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Re: Fertilizer


A fertilizer overdose would more likely result in root
damage and would show up with root fungal problem
including pythium wilt..

The more likely cause is either a pesticide burn or
some environmental problem.

Have you moved recently??? A move of 30 miles (ie,
from a coastal environment to a foothill environment)
would result in having to learn how to grow all over
again.


--- Sandy Connerley <sandy_connerley@SBCGLOBAL.NET>
wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Does anyone know if variegated zonal pelargoniums
> take less fertilizer than
> all green zonals?  Could that be why the white edged
> leaves sometimes brown
> on the edge?  Know they can get that way from too
> much light, but wonder
> about other reasons.
>
> Does anyone use an EC meter to measure the quantity
> of fertilizer salts in
> the soil?
>
> Thanks.
> Sandy


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