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Diagnosing Nutrient Deficiencies in Ornamental Plants

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Publication Number: P2760
View as PDF: P2760.pdf

When your plants start to look bad, there are many possible causes. One common culprit is a nutrient deficiency. Nutrient deficiencies happen when a plant lacks one of the many “essential nutrients.” This is similar to a vitamin deficiency in people.

This publication is intended to help homeowners and landscape managers diagnose common nutrient deficiencies in ornamental plants.

Download the PDF above for information on diagnosing nutrient deficiencies in ornamental plants.

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Assistant Extension Professor
Plant Evaluation and Nursery & Greenhouse Production

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