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cold injury on Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)


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5368537
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Greenhouse sample. The dead areas mostly between veins of the older leaves and at tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368538
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Greenhouse sample. The dead areas mostly between veins of the older leaves and at tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368539
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Greenhouse sample. The dead areas mostly between veins of the older leaves and at tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368540
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Greenhouse sample. The dead areas mostly between veins of the older leaves and at tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368990
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Sample from a plastic, high tunnel structure where there was no artificial heating involved. The dead areas mostly between the veins of the older leaves and at the tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause, not a pathogenic disease. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368991
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Sample from a plastic, high tunnel structure where there was no artificial heating involved. The dead areas mostly between the veins of the older leaves and at the tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause, not a pathogenic disease. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368992
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Sample from a plastic, high tunnel structure where there was no artificial heating involved. The dead areas mostly between the veins of the older leaves and at the tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause, not a pathogenic disease. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.

5368993
Paul Bachi
University of Kentucky Research and Education Center

Sample from a plastic, high tunnel structure where there was no artificial heating involved. The dead areas mostly between the veins of the older leaves and at the tips of the very youngest leaves are due to an abiotic cause, not a pathogenic disease. The pattern of the injury on old and new leaves indicates the injury occurred at one point in time.