Increased airflow can delay the onset of early and late blight, two common fungal diseases of tomatoes, but increased sunlight means sunscald
could be more problematic.
Damage to a tree--such as wounds in a tree's outer bark from fire, sunscald
, tunneling bark beetles, gnawing rodents or broken branches--are an inevitable part of its lifecycle.
is especially troublesome on evergreens planted on the south side of a building.
Key words: bark colour, white birch, cambium temperatures, trembling aspen, sunscald
, boreal forest, deciduous trees
A magnesium deficiency could show up as leaf drop, poor production, or sunscald
of the fruit, so you might want to add dolomite lime, talc or Epsom salts.
They are blossom-end rot, cracking or catfacing, and sunscald
. One of the most common fruit disorders is blossom-end rot.
Overpruning large trees can be extremely damaging, resulting in sunscald
, decay, excessive sprouting, excess loss of the photosynthetic area, root decline, and even death.
It bore scars and cracks and suffered sunscald
. It wasn't exactly the prettiest fruit on the market block.
Recently planted trees and ones with thin bark are prone to sunscald
which typically occurs on the south or southwest side of trunks.
In climates where searing sun regularly beats down on exposed, developing tomatoes, sunscald
poses a definite concern.
A: Trees do not need to be shaded in this way (yarn bombing) to prevent sunscald
. If the yarn is biodegradable, it will eventually decompose, in which case it will not girdle the tree.
Antitranspirant (also antidesiccant) A liquid sprayed on plants to reduce water loss, transplant shock, windburn, and sunscald