Ozone Garden Data Entry

Ozone Injury

What is the severity of the ozone injury on the affected leaves? To use paper and pencil to track data while in your garden download and print this Garden Observation Sheet, then come back and record your data here using the form below.

Getting Started

First, select the leaf below that corresponds to your local garden to begin the data collection process.

Then, choose the plant you will observe to look for ozone damage or injury. This will be the plant for which you collect data.

Select the plant you are choosing by clicking on the picture or selecting from the dropdown choices.

Snap bean plant example
Coneflower bean plant example
Potato plant example
Milkweed bean plant example

Basic Information

Injury Identification

For each leaf, what is the estimated percent of leaf area that has visible ozone damage?

Using the injury index images below, select the injury index that best classifies the amount of damage you see on each leaf. Please repeat for 10 leaves on the chosen plant, choosing a few leaves from the top, middle, and bottom of the plants.

Notes:
  • You may need to use different individuals of the same plant type.
  • If you are a garden manager make sure you are logged in
  • You Need an ozone damage identification refresh? Head to the training page to brush up on your skills. Or check out our photo collection to compare the plant you're looking at.
NCAR suggests 10 or more entries for data quality. A minimum of 5 are required.
More than 20 Entries? Use bulk Entry:

You can remove your selection by double-clicking the selected radio

There is a maxiumum of 50 entries per field. For larger entry sets contact Danica Lombardozzi [ dll@ucar.edu ]

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