Abiotic disorders are not induced by living organisms but by unsuitable environmental conditions, such as drought stress, freeze injury, nutrient deficiency, or improper watering or planting conditions.
Signs of damage:
The term “abiotic disorders” refers to a wide array of plant problems. We use the word “abiotic” to indicate that the symptom is not caused by a biological agent such as an insect, mite or pathogen.
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