Views: 7 Author: VV Publish Time: 2017-12-27 Origin: Rech Chemical Co. LTD
Though flower requires much on nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, at the same time, the demands for magnesium, ferrous sulfate, manganese and other trace elements also exists too. If lacked of some element, the plant will be adversely affected in flowers’ growth and development. As a manufacturer of ferrous sulfate, fertilizer, Rech Chemical tells you how to identify flowers common deficiency symptoms.
Magnesium deficiency can cause green lack disease, yellowing disease and whiting flowers. The suffered flowers often start from bottom leaves fading green and appear leaves yellowing. Then it gradually spreads to the upper. Veins original remain green, later become yellow and brown until die soon.
Ferrous deficiency can make the upper branches leaves suffering but lower old leaves remain green. Mild ferrous deficiency reflect in flowers mesophyll tissue appearing as light green and veins green, serious ferrous deficiency reflect in all leaves appearing yellowish-white, and dry spots and till fall off.
Manganese deficiency can make flower leaves pale first, then brown spots appear in blade tip, which gradually spreads to other parts of the blade. Finally leaves rapid wilting, plant grows slow; flowers could not come into its formation.
Once the plants appear above symptoms, you can choose micronutrient fertilizers such as magnesium sulfate, ferrous sulfate, manganese sulfate to prevent or treat the deficiency symptoms.