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That’s why one of the important warning signs of nitrogen deficiency is yellowing, pale green leaves—especially if this chlorosis develops in the oldest leaves—and indolent plant growth despite fine weather.
Hot and dry weather is hard on trees and can exacerbate chlorosis symptoms.
River birches generally develop chlorosis in alkaline soils with a pH higher than 6.5.
With soft maples, the problem is iron chlorosis, which can be solved with an annual application of three pounds of sulfur per 100 square feet around the spread of the tree during the fall or winter months.
Other nutrient imbalances in the soil can cause chlorosis symptoms too.
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