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Non-deficiency Sudden Browning
06-29-2009 03:12 PM
Description: This often occurs during shipping when the plant is jostled about in a bag and kept in the dark too long. It is mostly due to a lack of light, but made worse by mechanical damage.
Posted By: harrychi (View all of harrychi's images) Dimensions: 600 x 450 (1200 x 900)
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Keywords: shipping damage, light deficiency
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Make: Panasonic Model: DMC-FZ7
Orientation: 1 XResolution: 72/1
YResolution: 72/1 ResolutionUnit: 2
Software: Nero PhotoSnap 1, 2, 0, 19 DateTime: 2009:06:29 15:11:36
Orientation: 1 XResolution: 72/1
YResolution: 72/1 ResolutionUnit: 2
Software: Nero PhotoSnap 1, 2, 0, 19 DateTime: 2009:06:29 15:11:36
ExposureTime: 10/400 ExposureProgram: 2
ISOSpeedRatings: 200 ExposureBiasValue: -100/100
MaxApertureValue: 30/10 MeteringMode: 5
LightSource: 0 Flash: 16
FocalLength: 60/10 FlashPixVersion: 0100
DigitalZoomRatio: 0/10 GainControl: 1
Saturation: 0

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These look like newly transplanted plants. The symptoms look like shock due to injury and poor conditions while being stored and shipped. See the nutrition forum for proper nutrition while they recover.
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