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Heera 303
Iron Deficiency
Symptoms:
Iron-deficient plants are yellow and
stunted, with the symptoms
expressed on the young leaves fi...
Manganese Deficiency
Symptoms:
Manganese-deficient plants
stunted, leaves are yellow and
mottled, with the symptoms
expres...
Zn Deficiency
Zinc deficiency on citrus tree. Note "blotchy"
Interveinal chlorosis on young leaves. Often
also causes a ro...
Copper deficiency in plants
Copper deficiency in barley. Note whitish leaf tips
poorly unfolded. Most common on acid sandy...
Molybdenum deficiency in plants
Symptoms:
Molybdenum deficiency is characterized
by a whitish-tan interveinal chlorosis
ac...
Heera 303
Heera 303
Heera 303
Heera 303
Heera 303
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Conduct soil and/or foliar nutrient analysis to confirm that the problem is nutritional. Follow recommended practices for fertility using a balanced fertilizer. High pH soils often induce iron deficiency by holding iron in an insoluble form. Powdered sulfur applications may be used on limited areas to lower pH. A number of chelated iron compounds are available for spray application

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Heera 303

  1. 1. Heera 303
  2. 2. Iron Deficiency Symptoms: Iron-deficient plants are yellow and stunted, with the symptoms expressed on the young leaves first. Affected leaves have interveinal chlorosis, with the leaf lamina at first appearing to be a "healthy" yellow. Control: Conduct soil and/or foliar nutrient analysis to confirm that the problem is nutritional. Follow recommended practices for fertility using a balanced fertilizer. High pH soils often induce iron deficiency by holding iron in an insoluble form. Powdered sulfur applications may be used on limited areas to lower pH. A number of chelated iron compounds are available for spray application.
  3. 3. Manganese Deficiency Symptoms: Manganese-deficient plants stunted, leaves are yellow and mottled, with the symptoms expressed on the young leaves first. Control: Conduct soil and/or foliar nutrient analysis to confirm that the problem is nutritional. Follow recommended practices for fertility using a balanced fertilizer. High pH soils often induce manganese deficiency by holding manganese in an insoluble form.
  4. 4. Zn Deficiency Zinc deficiency on citrus tree. Note "blotchy" Interveinal chlorosis on young leaves. Often also causes a rosette-like whirl of stunted leaves in a symptom called "little leaf". Zinc on corn (maize). Note the broad band of whitish or chlorotic tissue on either side of the mid-rib, especially on mature leaves.
  5. 5. Copper deficiency in plants Copper deficiency in barley. Note whitish leaf tips poorly unfolded. Most common on acid sandy soils
  6. 6. Molybdenum deficiency in plants Symptoms: Molybdenum deficiency is characterized by a whitish-tan interveinal chlorosis accompanied by marginal leaf burn in severe cases. Older leaves are affected first. Plants are usually severely stunted. Control: Conduct soil and/or foliar nutrient analysis to confirm that the problem is nutritional. Follow recommended practices for fertility using a balanced fertilizer and treat for alkalinity or acidity as needed.

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