of areas between veins of a mature leaf (J.
mild cases, pale green to white chlorotic mottle on some mature leaves,
with even minor veins remaining green.
more severe cases, stunted growth and poor root system, without yellowing
or increased purple pigments.
Generally, occurs only on soils contaminated with
sewage sludge, pig slurries, mine slag or persistent fungicide use.
with other symptoms
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