Adventitious roots are plant roots that form from any nonrooted tissue and are produced both during normal development, and in response to stress conditions, such as flooding, nutrient deprivation, and wounding.
Another characteristic of the disease is adventitious roots, that come out of the clogged main stem and indicate that the plant is suffering and trying to get water from another source.
Isolation of contaminated plants is required.
The bacteria are progressing between plants especially via pruning scissors.
It is maybe the only agent (chemical and organic) that is approved for killing bacteria on plants.
It also helps prevent the germination of fungal spores.
It will try to prevent the bacteria’s from spreading to neighboring leaves and fruits.
It is proven and reliable to be powerful while ensuring plants’ safety.
This OMRI-listed product comes in a dry powder formula that is easy and convenient to apply.
Features excellent plant tenacity and delivers maximum bioavailability.
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