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Physiological abnormalities

Growers are increasingly demanding more from their crops: better quality, less labour, more yield. A prerequisite for this is optimum cultivation control. Having sufficient knowledge of how the plant functions, and thus of plant physiology, is essential for this. How do plants function and how do they react to changes in environmental factors?

Cultivation does not always go as it should, which can lead to physiological abnormalities. These appear in both Anthurium and Phalaenopsis. These cultivation abnormalities occur in the case of disruptions in the plant’s metabolism, water balance and assimilation transport. The influence of plant hormones and the growth and development of plants are also included. Many aspects of plant physiology derive from chemistry, physical chemistry and physics.

This article explains physiological abnormalities as well as the measures to prevent them in each product group:

Anthurium pot plants                   Anthurium cut flowers                                             Phalaensopsis pot plants