Azaleas Can Show Signs Of Iron Deficiency

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa  |  8/7/2007 9:05:32 PM

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(Video 06/11/07) Just like people, plants can lack the necessary minerals to lead a healthy life. Azaleas are one of the most popular shrubs in Louisiana landscapes. They like an acid-type soil. If they’re grown in alkaline soils, they have problems getting the iron they need out of the soil, and this leads to a disease called iron chlorosis. (Runtime: 1 minutes, 30 seconds)
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