Saturday, July 23, 2011

Green veins on your citrus? Don't panic.

I've heard from Malcolm Campbell

that in our Adelaide alkaline soils the iron is locked up which means as it gets cold we get these green veins.

You can leave it, you can foliar spray with iron chelates from Bunnings or water into the soil with a form of iron chelates that you get from Malcolm, above.

But it's not really a big deal, when the soils warm up things get better very quickly. Then it's about time for a foliar spray of zinc & manganese.

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