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1. Loss of freshness and turgidity. Drooping of leaves of plants due to inadequate water supply or excessive transpiration. Also a vascular disease which interferes with utilization of water by a plant or to a toxin produced by an organism.<br>
 
1. Loss of freshness and turgidity. Drooping of leaves of plants due to inadequate water supply or excessive transpiration. Also a vascular disease which interferes with utilization of water by a plant or to a toxin produced by an organism.<br>
  
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<br>http://www.agry.purdue.edu/turf/tips/2003/footprinting.jpg<br>
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The image shows wilting (footprint) of the turf
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Source: http://www.agry.purdue.edu/turf/tips/2003/lawn610.htm

Revision as of 03:15, 27 February 2006


1. Loss of freshness and turgidity. Drooping of leaves of plants due to inadequate water supply or excessive transpiration. Also a vascular disease which interferes with utilization of water by a plant or to a toxin produced by an organism.


footprinting.jpg
The image shows wilting (footprint) of the turf

Source: http://www.agry.purdue.edu/turf/tips/2003/lawn610.htm