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Cover crops may reduce iron chlorosis in pears

Issue Date: March 10, 2021
By Bob Johnson

Many pear orchards in Lake County are planted in lime-heavy, alkaline soil, which makes iron unavailable to the trees and contributes to iron chlorosis that causes a yellowing of the leaves.

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