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Chlorosis of the
basilar leaves and of the whole crown - Lack of growth or stunted
growth - General yellowing of foliage, starting from older leaves -
Loss of leaves under severe deficiency - Purplish colouration due to
accumulation of anthocyanin pigments.
Green tissues are darker than usual, taking on a reddish or purple coloration - Leaves necrosis - Reduced fruit quality.
Marginal Chlorosis with foliar curling, especially at tips and margins between veins - Roots more susceptible to disease.
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