Manganese deficiency, or manganese

chlorosis, commonly causes maples to

yellow out. When looked at up close the

veins of the leaves remain green and the

leaf-tissue between the veins turns pale

green to yellow. In more severe cases the

margin of the leaves will die and turn

brown. Manganese chlorosis is not actually

caused by a lack of nutrients in the soil but

because these nutrients are unavailable

due to high-pH soil. 

If you think your maple trees are manganese deficient, WE CAN HELP! Contact us today for an estimate! 

Manganese Deficiency in Maple Trees

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