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Normal bud TABLE XI SYMPTOMS OF NUTRIENT ELEMENT DEFICIENCY" Conifer Element Nitrogen seedlings Foliage uniformly pale green, yellowish, or yellow; older foliage dying in some species. Stems somewhat reddish in young seedlings. Tree leaves often short Phosphorus Leaves sometimes pale, turning brown at tops. Sometimes purpling, becoming necrotic. Youngest foliage may remain green Potassium Leaves short, chlorotic, often brown tipped. Yellow tipping in some species In some species, older leaves dying, younger are green Magnesium Leaves yellowing and later browning at tips.
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