Learn the Causes of Poor Growth & Yellow Leaves
Nutrient deficiency is the most common and serious cause for poor tree health in our region. Poor growth, lack of vigor, twig and branch dieback, pale green or yellow leaves are all symptoms of nutrient deficiency. Poor soil and soil with high alkalinity are the two principle factors that cause nutrient deficiency symptoms. Regular applications of appropriate fertilizer at the right times each year may be necessary to foster healthy, disease-resistant growth.