I was wondering if you could have a look at my Sago Palms to give me a diagnosis of my deficiencies? Just dug it up and moved it about seven feet to a new location that offers more sunlight. The other Sago was just bought and removed from a pot and planted in the landscape three weeks ago and seems to be developing a few brown/yellow leaves also. I did spray them both with some Southern AG Palm nutritional spray two weeks ago. Was told that I shouldn't fertilize for 60 days to let the shock process pass. And to let the root system establish itself. My plan is to use PalmGain 8-2-12 slow release with Boron. Once treated will the leaves recover or should they be cut off? Also when watering should I spray only the fronds or do I water the entire mulched area? Regards,
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Here are several articles that will help with with the care requirements for your Sago Palms.