Deficiency leads to characteristic chlorotic yellowing, and sometimes bleaching, of new leaf growth. In severe cases, leaves become scorched in summer months.
Problems are more common on high pH calcareous soils and often due to transient adverse weather, temporary waterlogging, or high copper levels in the soil.
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