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Blisters, Bumps and Lesions What We Know About the Physiological Disorders of Intumescence and Edema
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The physiological disorders of intumescences and edema are lesions characterized by blister-like protrusions of cells that form on leaf and stem surfaces and become necrotic as they age. The two disorders are frequently confused with each other, or viewed as the same disorder, but each actually has a different cause. We have studied these disorders on five crops produced in greenhouses: tomato, ornamental sweet potato, cuphea, ivy geranium and interspecific geranium.

2/5/2016
When: Friday, Feb 5, 2016
2 pm - 3 pm
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'Blisters, Bumps and Lesions: What We Know About the Physiological Disorders of Intumescence and Edema'
The physiological disorders of intumescences and edema are lesions characterized by blister-like protrusions of cells that form on leaf and stem surfaces and become necrotic as they age. The two disorders are frequently confused with each other, or viewed as the same disorder, but each actually has a different cause. We have studied these disorders on five crops produced in greenhouses: tomato, ornamental sweet potato, cuphea, ivy geranium and interspecific geranium. Join us for a debriefing on the differences between these two disorders and a discussion of their causes and potential cures.

For more information and to register, click here: BLISTERS, BUMPS AND LESIONS: WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE PHYSIOLOGICAL DISORDERS OF INTUMESCENCE AND EDEMA

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