Blueberry Bushes

Yellow-Green Veins

Anonymous added on February 22, 2011 | Answered

My blueberry bushes put off little amounts of berries. They are over three years old. What makes the veins turn green, then yellow. The bed is made up of compost, pine needles, and oak leaves. It receives sun then shade.

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Answered on February 23, 2011

Iron deficiency is normally the cause of that. Here is more information on that problem and how to fix it:

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