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Zinc Deficiency

Zinc Deficiency
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Zinc Deficiency

Zinc is responsible for enzyme function and chlorophyll in the plants.

Zinc affects the strength of all parts of the plant such as the stems, branches, stalks and leaves.

Signs of Zinc Deficiency

Yellowing between the veins, in new and young leaves

New Leafs are small and thin and appear twisted

New leaf growth is pale yellow-green

Stems fail to grow and stretch leaving minute leafs

The tips of leaves appear burnt

Internode spacing is reduced

Growth is stunted

Buds are thin and light to the touch

During flowering buds will start to twist

End yields are small


1.) Adjust pH to Correct Range

In soil, zinc is best absorbed by the roots in the 6.0 - 6.5 pH

In hydro, zinc is best absorbed by the roots in the 5.5 - 6.0 pH

2.) Give the Right Nutrients,not overdose

3.) Take Good Care of the Roots,make sure proper watering system will help plants grow healthy and avoid a host of problems.

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