Unit B: Establishing a Fruit Garden. Lesson 5: Fertilizing Fruit and Nut Trees. Deficiency Symptoms Review. Please note:
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Lesson 5: Fertilizing Fruit and Nut Trees
Deficiency Symptoms Review
Nitrogen deficiency causing leaf drop on fruit trees.
Apple calcium deficiency appears as slightly sunken round blemishes, more numerous at blossom end.
Sulfur deficiencies are hard to diagnose as they are very similar to Nitrogen- yellow leaves, poor fruiting. The only difference is sulfur deficiency begins in younger leaves.
Boron deficienct cherry showing dieback of shoot terminals.
Molybdenum deficiency is hard to diagnose as it is very similar to Nitrogen. Also, Molybdenum is very rarely deficient.