Controlling Iron Deficiency in Plants in Idaho
December 31, 1995
One of the most common problems for Idaho growers, landscapers and home gardeners is plant iron deficiency or chlorosis. Leaves turn yellow while the veins remain green. This publication describes methods that can both prevent and control iron deficiency, from planting and irrigation techniques to trunk injections of iron. Color photographs.
Authors: Terry A. Tindall, Michael W. Colt, Danny L. Barney, Esmaeil Fallahi