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Re: Iron and red plants

Mark Fisher wrote:

> > > Lack of red color
> > > is often thought of as a iron deficiency.
> >
> > This is oft repeated.  Is there any reason to believe it's true?
> No.  Red plants get their color from a non-photosynthetic pigment called
> anthocyanin, which does not contain iron or any other metal.


Great response Mark, thanks!

Roger Miller