Manganese Sulfate Fertilizer corrects manganese deficiency in many plants, including queen palms and sagos. Symptoms of manganese deficiency include leaves with dark green veins and yellow areas in between. In palms, this deficiency will cause "frizzle top," and new growth will be small and malformed. If untreated, growth will stop and the palm will die.
Manganese deficiency symptoms may also indicate an incorrect soil pH. The ideal pH for most elements to be available to the plant is 6-6.5. If the pH is too high, it can be lowered with SA-50 Soil Acidifier.
Use on: Palms, trees, shrubs, vegetables, and other plants
Rate: 1/3-2/3 cup per 100 square feet of soil, or 1/2-6 lbs. per palm, depending on size. Broadcast evenly over area to be treated. Use as a dry fertilizer (no mixing/spraying)
Contains: 27% Manganese as metallic
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