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pricilla starts with ...
my dwarf lemon tree, has yellow leaves with the veins still green (this is only on the leaves at the top of the plant the ones at the bottom are fine) i have done some googling and i think i could be chlorosis
does everyone have a organic remedy for this probem
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20th April 2009 11:34am
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Tran says...
I think chlorosis means the soil has not had the right PH. I think yours has magnesium deficiency (epsom salt will help)
or iron deficiency.
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pricilla says...
thanks i will give it a go it can't hurt
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