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Re: Colorless new growth...

On Sat, 18 Dec 1999, Phil Eaton wrote:

> I just purchased a nitrate test kit and measured 10ppm.

Well then I guess that nitrogen deficiency isn't the problem.  Besides,
nitrogen deficiency usually effects old growth first, not the new leaves.

According to the deficiency tables I've seen chlorosis in new growth is
usually iron or manganese deficiency.  If it is iron deficiency and if
it continues unresolved then additional growth may become unusually
compact, or stunted.

Roger Miller