Nutrient deficiency is caused by a lack of macronutrients or micronutrients essential for the plant. This can be caused by insufficient amounts of nutrients in the soil or unsuitable conditions for nutrients uptake.
Some of the most common symptoms of nutrient deficiencies are chlorosis, foliage color changes, overall plant stunting and sometimes necrosis. All can be caused by one or more deficiencies.
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