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Sago Palms With Yellowish Fronds

One of my sago palms (allĀ five of them planted in ground) has fronds lighter green than the rest of the palms, almost yellow green. I feed it with a palm food. It has a ‘pup’ on one side and the plant shows no signs of dying. I have been growing the sagos from ‘pup’s for several years.

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#1 Comment By Nikki On 04/13/2011 @ 9:03 am

The soil may have to much phosphorus, which is preventing it from taking up enough iron, which causes the yellow leaves. I would test the soil and fix the nutrient balance based on what the test suggests.

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