Nutrients

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Nutrients by Mind Map: Nutrients

1. Nitrogen (N)

1.1. Macronutrient

1.2. Mobile

1.2.1. older leaves

1.3. needed in largest quantities

1.4. Overall Chlorosis

1.5. Urea

2. Phophate (P)

2.1. Macronutrient

2.2. mobile

2.2.1. older leaves

2.3. needed in largest quantities

2.4. Older leaves

2.5. Deep green/purple coloration

2.6. superphosphate

2.6.1. phosphoric acid

3. Potassium (K)

3.1. Macronutrient

3.2. Mobile

3.2.1. older leaves

3.3. interveinal chlorosis and necrosis

3.3.1. marginal & tip necrosis

3.4. middle pH

4. Magnesium (Mg)

4.1. Macronutrient

4.2. mobile

4.2.1. older leaves

4.3. interveinal chlorosis

4.4. dolomite

4.4.1. epsom salt

5. Calcium (Ca)

5.1. Macronutrient

5.2. immobile

5.2.1. younger leaves

5.3. new leaves distorted and necrotic

5.4. limes

5.4.1. gypsum

5.4.1.1. superphosphate

6. Sulfur (S)

6.1. Macronutrient

6.2. mobile

6.2.1. older leaves

6.3. needed in smallest quantities

6.4. overall chlorosis

6.4.1. young leaves to old leaves

6.5. superphosphate

7. Iron (Fe)

7.1. Micronutrient

7.2. immobile

7.2.1. younger leaves

7.3. needed in largest quanities

7.4. interveinal chlorosis

7.5. chelate

7.5.1. pesticides

8. Zinc (Zn)

8.1. Micronutrient

8.2. immobile

8.2.1. young leaves

8.3. small new leaves and rosetted new growth

8.4. chelate

8.4.1. pesticides

9. Manganese (Mn)

9.1. Micronutrient

9.2. immobile

9.2.1. young leaves

9.3. interveinal chlorosis and necrosis

9.4. chelate

9.4.1. pesticides

10. Copper (Cu)

10.1. Micronutrient

10.2. immobile

10.2.1. young leaves

10.3. new leaves small wilted, translucent, nerotic

10.4. chelate

10.4.1. persticides

11. Boron (B)

11.1. Micronutrient

11.2. immobile

11.2.1. young leaves

11.3. thick and brittle new leaves

11.4. borax

11.4.1. boric acid

12. Molyybdenum (Mo)

12.1. Micronutrient

12.2. immobile

12.2.1. new leaves

12.3. smallest quanties needed

12.4. overall chlorisis

12.5. high ph (unusual)