Yellowish Palms

Discussion in 'Outdoor Tropicals' started by breakaway90210, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. breakaway90210

    breakaway90210 Member

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    I have 3 queen palms planted together, and one of them is turning kind of yellow, while the other one is wilty, and the other one is thriving. I notcied that my neighbors all around me have the same thing going on with there queen palms. any thoughts?
     
  2. Carol Ja

    Carol Ja Active Member 10 Years

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    Have you been watering and feeding them? How much?
    Try putting Epson salts around the yellowing one.
     
  3. breakaway90210

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    sorry about the lack of info, i was hoping to get more responses if i put mulitple threads....my palms are on a drip system and get watered 2 times a day everyday. they are usually pretty moist throughout the day, but occasionaly (every 3 or so days) i water them by hand in addition to the drippers. Well, I have put a palm fertilizer stake into the soil beneath the dripper, this was about a month ago, and i havent seen any improvement in the palms.....epson salt, huh? Thanks, I will try that.
     
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  4. GARYIRYNA

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    Is Epson Salts Good For Palm Tree Seedlings? Weather They Are Yellow Or Not? I Have Herd It Makes Palms More Greener, And Grow Faster, Is This True? And Do You Just Sprinkle On Top Of Soil, If Potted? Gary
     
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    LPN Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    Tbsp per gallon of water.
     

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