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Sulfur Deficiency

Sulphur deficiency is distinct from N deficiency as older leaves do not show chlorosis

Sulphur deficiency is distinct from N deficiency as older leaves do not show chlorosis

From the hort 402 manual

Sulphur-deficient plants often are pale green, yellowish-green to completely yellow. These characteristics, which are similar to characteristics of nitrogen-deficient plants, are first observable in the younger leaves. Deficient plants are small with small and often narrow leaves. Stems are thin with inhibited longitudinal growth.

Symptoms

  • Chlorosis of the younger leaves

Important processes

  • S deficiency is rarely observed in either nature or agriculture

NOTE about Photo:
This bean plant received 0 S