How to Manage Pests

Pests in Gardens and Landscapes

Identification and confirmation: Air pollution

Air pollution damage is difficult to diagnose because many symptoms are similar to, and aggravated by, those associated with other stresses including drought, nutrient disorders, pathogens, and sucking insects and mites.

Air pollution
Air pollution

Drought stress
Drought stress

Phoshorus deficiency
Phosphorus deficiency

Anthracnose disease
Anthracnose disease

Damage by lace bugs
Damage by lace bugs

Mite damage
Mite damage

Disorders that may show symptoms similar to those of air pollution

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