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Old 01-23-2013, 07:15 PM
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Not frost damage! These guy are right!

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Originally Posted by turfmd101
NUTRIENT DEFICIENCY; magnesium, manganese & potash at proper rates will improve these deficiencies. Rates are based on trunk diameter ( rate of product is by inch of diameter). Strip old growth and if proper nutrients are applied right. The new growth should not be deficient.

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Originally Posted by Florida Gardener View Post
This is exactly what I was thinking. Although, I don't see any Mn def. can't tell 100% from the pics. Def K and Mg though.
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Start a proper fert. program now and it will solve it self. Cut back old growth around spring time depending on temps. It will be as good as new.

BTW sago's are toxic. I have witnessed a customers brand new puppy eat a seed and end up in the doggy ER.

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