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Nutrient Deficiency

Posted 11/29/2011 12:52pm by Susan Anderson.

This pictures shows ginger foliage that is not properly unfurling.  This is caused by a lack of general nutrition during active growth.  Also note the tip burning.  This is also a sign of general nutrient deficiency.  It is very important to feed ginger throughout the season, at least three to five times, depending upon soil type, water regimine and availability of nutrients in the soil or media where ginger is growing.

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