Differences in Micrometeorology of Leather Fern Growing Greenhouse between Well Grown and Damaged by Mottled Yellowing Syndrome

@inproceedings{Yokoyama2001DifferencesIM,
  title={Differences in Micrometeorology of Leather Fern Growing Greenhouse between Well Grown and Damaged by Mottled Yellowing Syndrome},
  author={Hitoshi Yokoyama and Masaaki Kiso},
  year={2001}
}
Leather fern is a major horticultural plant in Hachijo Island, Tokyo and has been grown in protected cultivation. The visual damage of leather fern leaves called “Mottled Yellowing Syndrome (MYS)” has occurred on the leaves cultivated in greenhouses since 1990's. Appearance of MYS on the leaves reduces their market value.In order to elucidate the cause of the occurrence of MYS, we investigated the environments of leather fern greenhouse by field survey and interviews with greenhouse owners… CONTINUE READING

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