Question by  sasimca (14)

How do you solve or identify abiotics problems?

I need help in solving abiotics problems.


Answer by  PhoneDood (98)

There is no easy way to accomplish this without being either a trained or skill botanist. There are so many different varieties of this plant type there is no Generic-Way.


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

Abiotic problems are caused by nonliving sources. Things like drought, chemical stress, or hard freezing can cause abiotic problems. Abiotic problems do not spread and can affect plants randomly.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

Non-living problems can be the cause of plant problems, too. Conditions such as heat, frost, high wind, flooding, drought, air pollutants, and lack of sunlight are some abiotic problems.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Those can be really tough to do on your own you really should go talk to someone at your local greenhouse about it they will be able to tell you alot better than anyone on here they are trained for that.


Answer by  aratliff (111)

The plant can experience poor leaf color, or stunted growth, from an over application of herbicides and can be mistaken for a need of fertilizer. Make sure you inspect the whole plant before coming to a conclusion. The important thing to remember is that abiotic problems will not transfer from one plant to another.

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