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North Texas Tree Health Focus: Iron Chlorosis
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Fall Leaf Coloration or Iron Deficiency in Trees?
Blog - September 11, 2022As we head into a new season, trees signal the change with striking leaf colorations ranging from gold, rusty orange, bright red, and everything in between. While this beautiful transformation is a natural part of a tree's life cycle, it can mask the symptoms of iron deficiency.