Monroe County Board of County Commissioners recently passed a fertilizer ordinance with the intent of limiting nutrient applications to turf and landscape plants. Nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen, have the potential to contribute to ... READ MORE
Have you ever seen a palm with a trunk that tapers to a point like a pencil?
This may indicate one of the following problems: 1) a Potassium (K) deficiency, 2) overpruning or 3) Nitrogen (N) deficiency.
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Licuala Palm, Licuala grandis according to Betrock's Guide to Landscape Palms is a wet rainforest understory plant and requires part shade for best appearance and protected from drying or salty winds. A well drained soil with a wood mulch ... READ MORE
Are the fronds on your palms turning yellow? There is a difference between lethal yellowing & nutritional deficiencies. Lethal Yellowing (LY) is caused by a mycoplasma organism that is spread by an insect, a plant hopper, Myndus crudus.
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