Plant problems - leaf discolouration ? nitrogen deficiency?

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  1. Krystyna Szulecka

    Krystyna Szulecka Active Member

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    Plant problems - leaf discolouration ? nitrogen deficiency?
    I was help to name this plants as Dodonaea viscose. It was photographed in May 2006 in North Cyprus.
    Is leaf discolouration due to nitrogen deficiency?
    Krystyna
     

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    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Could be a variety of things. Maybe Agriculture Ministry can help. Here we have USDA Cooperative Extension, with regional offices.
     
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    Newt Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    It looks like chlorosis to me but I could be wrong. I had a fruit tree that looked almost identical to your specimen with the green veins and yellowing leaves. I remedied this with some Iron chelate and blood meal.

    -Eric
     

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