Plants can suffer from bacterial, viral and fungal attack just as people can. The organisms themselves are different but the microbial level of the infection is much the same, since one cell is as good a host as another. When a plant is attacked by one of these microorganisms the damage caused provides an opportunity for the others to get in. It is the combined onslaught which can deal the final blow to a plant. But not all microorganisms are “”attackers.” Sometimes the “infection” is symbiotic, where both the organism and the plant derive a benefit. In other cases of interest to gardeners, the plant is not benefited but the changes caused produce more attractive features.
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