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A cure for chlorosis. Garden Rx reveals this sensational method to treat your plants for iron chlorosis, a common problem solved by adding iron to the soil.
How to tell if you have it? Leaves are yellow but the veins will be green.
How to make you own treatment solution.
Use 1 tablespoon of kelp extra per gallon of water and spray on leaves biweekly.
To prevent water with an iron fertilizer made from old scouring pads. Place 1 used steel wool pad in a container with 1 quart of water. Let sit for a week and use 1 to 2 tablespoons of the iron water in every gallon of water for the plants.
PBS-TV’s GardenRx show you how to know when your lawn and garden has had enough to drink.