Symptoms of zinc deficiency appear on young leaves first. They show yellow patches in the interveinal areas (mottle leaf). Along the veins, an irregular green border remains. The youngest leaves look small and trim (little leaf) and are often upright.
Zinc deficiency on leaves of orange Manganese deficiency causes similar symptoms.
Symptoms of zinc deficiency appear on young leaves first. They show yellow patches in the interveinal areas (mottle leaf). New leaves are significantly stunted and often occur in rosettes because the twig internodes are shortened. Twigs die back.
Zinc deficiency on branches of orange Zinc deficiency is a widespread nutritional disorder of citrus.
Citrus: 5-10 l/ha during spring flushes. Repeat 10 to 14 days later if necessary. Water rate: 200 l/ha.Read more about YaraVita FRUTREL
Citrus: 3 to 5 l/ha applied during spring flush and also during summer / autumn flush. Water rate: 500 to 1000 l/ha.Read more about YaraVita GRAMITREL
Citrus: 1-2 l/ha applied during spring flush and again during autumn flush. In both instances, repeat 10-14 days later where moderate to severe deficiency exists. NB: Maximum 0.5 l/ha on Grapefruit. Water Rate: 500-1000 l/ha.Read more about YaraVita ZINTRAC
Citrus: Apply 550-750 kg/ha in multiple applications from growth stage; new flush to fruit bulking/maturity. Refer to Yara crop program as a guide or contact your local Yara sales agronomist for advice.Read more about YaraMila COMPLEX