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rhubarb turning yellow

I put organic nitrogen on my rhubarb (following directions) and my rhubarb is turning yellow. What do I do now?


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 07/05/2019 @ 8:35 am

Fertilizing Rhubarb The year after planting, it’s a good idea to fertilize your rhubarb plants in early spring, before the plant begins to sprout significantly. Use an all purpose fertilizer – a 10-10-10 formula works well. Compost or well rotted manure also works well as a fertilizer.
Even an organic fertilizer can burn plants; try watering the soil well.
Repeat every few days; the plant should show signs of recovery.

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