Sphagnum Peat and Root Diseases

July 23, 2011 3:29 pm

Diseases are becoming increasingly important in the production of ornamental crops due to restrictions on not only the use of chemicals but also the movement of diseased plants across borders. Growers are always seeking safer practices for controlling plant diseases. In this context, I present information to help growers better understand biological properties of peat and thus reduce the potential of root diseases. –Shiv Reddy

Read More in The Sun Gro’er Issue 6/2 (2011)

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