Chlorine, zinc and manganese deficient diseases of many vegetables

Various types of mineral deficiency are seen in vegetables and fruits. They reduce production, reduce the desired value of fruits and vegetables and reduce the quality of food. In this regard farming has to be prepared in advance.

Symptoms of chlorine deficiency

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Tomato

The most affected tomato plants are 3-6 weeks old. It reduces branch growth by up to 5% and reduces root growth by up to 5%. In the absence of chlorine, the number of leaves decreases, the smaller leaves grow and the edges of the leaves curl. The roots begin to grow smaller and when the seedlings are raised from the ground in one pull, the roots look like fish thorns.

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Potatoes

First, the color of the tree turns green and the new leaves look like crystals. In severe absence, the edges of the dagger leaves curl upward and hold yellow color on the front of the leaf. The yellow color spreads along the edges of the foliage.

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The couch

The growth of the roots is reduced and the fish become like thorns. The new leaf has yellow spots. Many times the leaves are curved and the leaf cup is shaped.

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Cabbage

The tips and edges of the shrimp tree begin to fade. The leaf curves upward or downward. The new leaves turn yellow due to intense absence. Further Reading Vegetable boron and molybdenum deficiency disease .

Symptoms of zinc deficiency

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Potatoes

In the absence of zinc, ‘fern lip’ or ‘beetle lip’ can be seen in the potato tree. Due to the absence of zinc, the potato leaves of the potato plant are small. The shrimp leaves are yellowish at the time and often begin to dry out. At the end the leaves fall apart from the stem and fall off.

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Tomato

Tomato is a zinc or zinc sensitive tree. Zinc tomatoes respond very easily. Therefore, in the absence of zinc or zinc, the leaves of the young tomato plants become smaller and those leaves have yellowish and small spots on the center of the veins.

Deficiency disease of potato zinc

Gradually, the same symptoms appear in the aged leaf. The leaves crumble to the bottom. The lower leaves become brownish-orange to dry. The trees are split.

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Lou and pumpkin

The leaves become smaller in size. Intravenous chlorosis can be seen on the leaves, and then they dry out. The mountains come up short. Symptoms are more common in old leaves.

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Bean

Crunchy leaves are light green and have pale yellow color. The edges are also yellow. Intermittent chlorosis occurs on the leaves. The leaves become distorted and short. The space between the veins of the old leaf begins to die. The buds and fruit are wasted. The trees fall short. When a severe deficiency occurs, the new leaf becomes white and dies. Zinc deficiency symptoms can be seen in only a few trees without signs being spread throughout the land. Read more about Passion Fruit Introduction and cultivation potential .

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Symptoms are manganese deficiency

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Lou and pumpkin

New leaflets cause intestinal chlorosis. The middle vein and other veins remain green. However, similar symptoms can be seen in old leaves.

Pumpkin manganese deficiency disease

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Tomato

In the absence of manganese, intestinal chlorosis occurs on the new leaves of the tomato tree, ie the spaces between the veins become yellow. In chlorosis the faded leaves gradually die out. It slows down the growth of the tree and leaves the leaves dry.

Deficiency disease of tomato manganese

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Potatoes

The tree becomes split. The branches grow dry and the leaflets become smaller. The leaves are a little yellowish and the leaves disappear from the edges.

Deficiency disease of potato manganese

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Cabbage

Middle-aged leaves have intestinal chlorosis. The edges of the leaves become tomatoes and crunch inward. New leaves have the same symptoms. The leaves become smaller.

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Cauliflower

New leaflets cause intestinal chlorosis. The leaf edges become coppery and crunchy inwards, but the old leaves also show this symptom. The leaves become deformed.

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Beans and barbs

There is intravenous chlorosis in the leaves. Occasionally turn white. In the center of the seed leaf, brown spots are seen in the center. In the absence of intense leaves the leaves turn yellow. Read more Vietnamese varieties of coconut cultivation .

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Lettuce

The leaves become intrusive and later contain yellow color. The middle vein and the other vein remain green.

Lack of manganese on the leaves of lettuce

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Beans

There is intermittent chlorosis in the middle leaves. The veins remain green. Brown spots are seen in the chlorosis part.

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The couch

There is intravenous chlorosis in the leaves. The middle vein and other veins remain green

 

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