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Chilling injury: how to avoid it!


April 30, 2014
By Paul A. Thomas University of Georgia

April 30, 2014 — (e-GRO Alert) Chill damage, or more specifically,
damage caused by rapid changes in temperature can happen any time. Most
commonly affected by chilling are tropicals, followed by sub-tropicals
and temperate zone plants.

April 30, 2014 — (e-GRO Alert) Chill damage, or more specifically, damage caused by rapid changes in temperature can happen any time. Most commonly affected by chilling are tropicals, followed by sub-tropicals and temperate zone plants.

Stage of plant development, the rate and degree of temperature change and the duration of the temperature outside the preferences of  the plant all play a role in the severity of the damage.

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