Manganese Palm Deficiency Spikes – 5 pack
Affects the new emerging leaves, causing yellowing and necrosis between the veins and a reduction in leaf size. As deficiency becomes severe, the new leaves wither and have a “frizzled” look. If not promptly treated, Mn deficiency is often fatal to the palm. Manganese deficiency can affect most species of palms. Queen, paurotis and royal palms are particularly susceptible.
Use 2 to 10 Lutz Manganese Spikes per palm, depending on the size of trunk and severity of deficiency. Check the rate chart below.
Normal response is from 1 to 3 months.
Apply Manganese Spikes anytime the deficiency is observed.
Manganese (Mn) 20%
20% Water Soluble Manganese
Sulfur (S) 16%
16% Combined Sulfur (S)
Total Nitrogen (N) 4%
4% Ammoniacal Nitrogen
Derived From: Manganese Sulfate, Sulfate of Ammonia.