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Abiotic Diseases? Weather –Temperature extremes –Moisture extremes Chemical –Herbicides –Excess fertilizer –Nutrient deficiencies Air Pollutants
Miscellaneous “Abiotics” Bromacil @ Oaks Herbicide Damage Zn Deficiency Pecan Remove the Tag! Acute SO 2 Damage Red Maple
Chemical “Burns” Borax toxicity @ septic field Chlorine damage: pines and waxmytle Fertilizer burn @ Eucalyptus
Arsenal Damage (pines) Irregular Growth “tufting” Darkened pith in oaks
Saltwater Damage (Hurricane) Pines Waxmyrtle
Freeze Damage – Live Oak Branch “Flagging” associated with longitudinal bark fissuring.
Urbanization Stupidity Wrap tie left in place – stem “girdling” Plasticized ball wrap left in place – root injury
Pine Chlorosis & Decline ph related micronutrient deficiency (Mn, Fe) Disruption of mycorrhizal symbiosis
Diagnosing “Abiotics” Think! Ask Questions Consider Circumstances Think! Remember: Patterns, Timing, and Broad Spectrum Damages
Abiotic Disorders Read Chapter 9 OBJECTIVES OF ABIOTIC DISEASES At the end of this section students should be able to: 1) Know and understand the types.
Introduction to Crop Injury. Outline What is a noninfectious disorder? Differences between noninfectious disorders and disease Symptoms and what to look.
CAUSES OF PLANT DISEASES CHAPTER 2. Factors Affecting Abiotic Climatic, temperature & other physical factors Biotic Insects, nematodes, mites, fungus,
Plant Nutrition 16 Essential Nutrients for Normal Plant Growth.
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Urban Trees Site and Tree Selection Developed by: Sheldon Hammond, Northwest District ANR Program Development Coordinator In Cooperation with The University.
Calcium Deficiency Symptoms On young plants, leaf tips stick to the next lower leaf, creating a ladder-like appearance On young plants, leaf tips stick.
Identifying Nutrient Deficiencies in Crops. 1. Identify primary macronutrients and their deficiencies. 2. Identify secondary macronutrient and their.
Plant Nutrition Vs Plant Fertilization Nutrition: Availability and type of chemical elements in plant Fertilization: Adding nutrients to soil.
Module VI: Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms Lesson 1: Understanding Problems of a Standing Crop After completing this Lesson, you will be able to answer: 1.What.
Can You Identify the Maintenance Issue? Plant Material Maintenance.
Abiotic Disorders The Other Diseases John F. Baniecki, Ph.D. Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology/Entomology Professor, Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture,
Vegetable Diseases: Identification & Management 2012 Home Vegetable Gardening Series.
Module 3 Onset of the Problem Sometimes an observant, conscientious grower will know just when a particular concern appeared Sometimes indicators pinpoint.
Bellringer-October 7, )Name 3 different causes of why a plant might become diseased (think hard): 2)What is the difference between biotic and abiotic?
Insects and disease can threaten tree health. As soon as you notice any abnormalities in your tree’s appearance, you should begin a careful examination.
Nutrient management for organic vegetable production in NC Part I.
Unit 5- Soil Science Soil Fertility. Nutrient Needs for Plant Growth Plants need nutrients in order to grow properly. Plants receive most of the nutrients.
May 2010 Understanding the NCDA&CS Plant Analysis Report NCDA&CS Agronomic Division Plant/Waste/Solution/Media Section.
Plant Nutrition vs. Plant Fertilization Plant Nutrition Vs Plant Fertilization Nutrition: Availability and type of chemical elements in plant Fertilization:
Nutrients Essential for Plant Growth Plants, just like humans require certain elements for normal growth. When any of these are left out the plant will.
Plants’ Essential Elements Macro and Micronutrients.
Plant Environment Fertilizers and Plants. Objectives Determine the roles of plant nutrients for plant growth. Describe the effects of external factors.
Environmental Requirements for Plant Growth. Unit 4.
Micronutrient Deficiencies in Wheat Kurt Steinke, Ph.D. Soil Fertility & Nutrient Mgmt. Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Microbial Sciences Michigan State University.
Soil Fertility. Terms and definitions Essential Nutrient- Element necessary for plant growth and reproduction, for example: nitrogen, phosphorus, and.
Plant Nutrients. Essential Question: What is the proper nutrition for plants? Objectives: Name the nutrients needed for plant growth. Identify common.
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I. Introduction to disease control A. Causes of Plant Diseases 1. Abiotic a. Non-living cause of a plant disease by a physical or chemical component of.
Interveinal or uniform chlorosis Leaflet tip necrosis Dark green spots accompany chlorosis on some species Affects youngest leaves only.
HOW DO I IDENTIFY A NUTRIENT DISORDER? Question 5:
Plant Nutrition Floral Careers Plant Propagation.
Important Soil Characteristics for Restoration Planning and Management.
1 Unit E: Urban Forestry Transplanting and Care of Trees Lesson 3: Transplanting and Care of Trees.
Objective Identify macro and micronutrients and the related chemical or environmental plant deficiencies.
Fertilizing Plant Material Maintenance. Fertilizing Essential elements Nutrient deficiency symptoms Fertilizer forms Interpreting labels Application techniques.
Vegetation management: Overtopping of 8-year old planted red pine by quaking aspen (naturally regenerated) (MN)
Module 4 - Get to the Cause! Biotic vs. Abiotic Delineate time - development of damage –Progressive spread of damage on a plant or to other plants suggests.
Winter Injury Plant Material Maintenance. Temperature Fluctuation Damage can occur from: Rapid/extreme fluctuations in temp Extended mild weather.
Chapter 12 - Plant Nutrition. Essential Plant Elements Primary Macronutrients - Nitrogen (N) - Phosphorus (P) - Potassium (K) Secondary Macronutrients.
Micronutrients Section N Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition.
How do weather maps help predict the weather?. Meteorologists are_____________________________ _____________________________________________________.
Acid Rain EEYGrtvRMo&feature=related EEYGrtvRMo&feature=related.
Pollution & Clean-up. Think Tank What do you think is happening in this picture? Take 2 minutes to write down your answer on the top or back of your notes.
Living & Non-living BioticAbiotic Animals Plants Microbes Clouds Rocks CO 2 O2O2 Water.
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