(chemical name: diuron)

(nombre quimico: diuron)


Foliar chlorosis concentrated around veins. Interveinal areas (i.e., area between veins) usually remain green except in cases of severe injury when chlorosis becomes more general and is followed by necrosis of the leaves. Mature leaves are more affected than young leaves. Mature or bearing trees are tolerant to the herbicide and will usually recover from the injury.


Clorosis foliar concéntrica alrededor de las venas. Areas intervenales (e.i., área entre venas) normalmente permanece verde, excepto en casos de daño severo donde la clorosis es más general, seguido por necrosis de las hojas. Las hojas maduras son más afectadas que las hojas jovenes. Arboles productivos o maduros son más tolerantes al herbicida y normalmente se recuperarán del daño.

Karmex herbicide injury. Note that veinal chlorosis is less distinct than that caused by Hyvar X or Krovar I injury. Daño por el herbicida Karmex. Note que la clorosis intravenal es menos distintiva que la causada por daño de Hyvar X ó Krovar I.

May Be Confused With

Hyvar X, Krovar I or Princep herbicide injury. Hyvar X and Krovar I cause more distinct veinal chlorosis than Karmex. Princep causes more interveinal chlorosis than Karmex.

Se Confunde Con

El daño de herbicidas como Hyvar X, Krovar I o Princep. Hyvar X y Krovar causan clorosis intravenal más distinta que Karmex. Princep causa clorosis más intervenal que Karmex.

This document is part of AZ1007, "Guide to Common Nutrient Deficiency and Herbicide Injury Symptoms in Citrus".
This document located at http://ag.arizona.edu/pubs/crops/az1007/az1007-7.html
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