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Old 09-02-2005, 05:26 PM
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Please add to this long and yellowish/bright green can be an indication of excessive nitrogen(nitrogen induced chlorosis) and/or overwatering. Fert burn usually has a very distinctive tannish/orange color to it, will be crispy to the touch and there will be tips burned on blades nearby. Please also keep in mind that other problems(i.e. watering, disease or insects) can also be the root of discoloration and can actually be exagerrated by attempting a fertilizer "fix" without properly diagnosing the true problem. Eliminate all possibilities before making any fix.
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