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Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms

  title={Nutrient Deficiency Symptoms},
  author={Diane Relf and B Adler and Alan McDaniel},
ZINC: This is the most widespread and damaging micronutrient deficiency of citrus in California. It is commonly called "mottle leaf" because of the distinctive leaf pattern it produces on most citrus species. Excessive phosphate or nitrogen has been shown to bring on or increase zinc deficiency. Reduced vigor, lower production, smaller fruit size, and lower fruit quality all result from insufficient zinc in the tree. Symptoms indicating mild deficiency may have little effect on yield in oranges… 
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