Boron Deficiency of Palms in Hawaii

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2012-04
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Patnude, Eric
Nelson, Scot
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University of Hawaii
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This publication describes boron deficiency, one of the most common palm deficiencies in Hawai‘i. A deficiency in boron limits and distorts the foliar growth of many palm species. This paper describes the typical symptoms and suggests methods of prevention and correction.
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Arecaceae, boron, plant nutrition, Hawaii, signs and symptoms (plants)
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Patnude E, Nelson S. 2012. Boron deficiency of palms in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 6 p. (Plant Disease; PD-83).
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6 pages
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