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A deficiency or lack of a nutrient in your soil will be evident by the appearance of the plants or grass growing there.
The secret to eliminating any one of these soil deficiency problems
from occurring is in testing your soil before
planting or even each season, with a soil sample and improving
the soil at that time. Feeding the lawn on a regular
maintenance schedule as prescribed by the product
information will probably result in not having any of
these problems with your lawn.
Various Grass Deficiency Symptoms
MAJOR ELEMENTS - NPK:
Nitrogen (N) - Older leaves turn yellow
green and little new growth is noticed.
Potassium (P) -Leaf tips and edges looked
Phosphorus (K) - Foliage will change from dark
green to reddish in hue.
MINOR (Trace) ELEMENTS:
Magnesium - Foliage will appear yellowish
green with red tinted edges.
Calcium - New leaves will be small and grass
will be rust colored.
Sulfur - Fully-grown leaves turn yellow.
Iron – The new grass will turn yellow.
Manganese -The new grass turns yellow.
Zinc - Grass leaves will appear shriveling,
narrow bladed and smaller than usual.
Boron - Yellowed grassing and immature growth.
Molybdenum - Fully grown and mature grass
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