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 Post subject: Deficiency in plants
PostPosted: Nov 6th, '18, 03:04 
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Hello,

Can you please advise the deficiency on mainly the old leaves of broccoli and chili leaves?Please find attached images.


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 Post subject: Re: Deficiency in plants
PostPosted: Nov 6th, '18, 06:11 
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Lower picture looks like a potassium deficiency but also some aphid skins. You might want to look on the underside of the leaf for aphids.

The top pic is harder to tell, start by checking the underside of the leaves (mites are one possibility but many other things can cause this type of pattern). Could be a deficiency as well and maybe someone else will make a suggestion on that.

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