Houseplant Problems

Indoor Plants Ends of Leaves Yellowing

Sandra Bockhorst added on September 18, 2017 | Answered

What are they missing?

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Answered on September 18, 2017

This can be a number of things:

It could be lacking light, or being over-watered.

It could be lacking nutrients, and depending on where the yellowing occurs, can be a number of deficiencies. Make sure you fertilize every few months with an all purpose fertilizer.

It could also be a pH issue. use dolomitic lime to adjust pH.

It could also be bacterial or fungal. Use wettable sulfur in the soil to control this.

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