If you think your pin oaks are iron deficient, WE CAN HELP! Contact us today for an estimate!

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

high-pH soil.

Iron Deficiency in Pin Oaks

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