Iron (Fe) is one of the essential nutrients required for plant health and development. It is needed by plants in relatively low amounts.
Iron deficiency is expressed as an interveinal chlorosis of the new leaves (leaves are yellow with green veins).
Iron deficiency occurs during periods of heavy growth or high plant stress and is characterized by a strong yellowing of the young leaves and the growth shoots between the veins; this occurs because iron is not mobile in the plants thus young leaves cannot draw any iron from old leaves.
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