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Iron Deficiency, also called iron chlorosis, commonly causes pin oaks 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.
Iron chlorosis is not actually caused by a
lack of nutrients in the soil but because
these nutrients are unavailable due to
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