Ferrous sulfate question
harlind at epix.net
Sun Apr 16 08:20:59 EST 2000
> In article <38F8DD4A.F09C34CE at epix.net>, Harold Lindaberry
> <harlind at epix.net> writes
> > Iron is pretty notorious for becoming unavailable to plants ( under acid
> >conditions I believe )
> Er, alkaline actually, harold.
Er, in rechecking mineral soils fine - but organic soils iron availability drops
off in highly acid soils too - I thought I remembered about using chelated iron
on azaleas, rhododendrons etc.
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