san diego, Ca
|why my palms turning to color yellow
|Answer from NGA
March 5, 2010
|The lower fronds of palms naturally turn yellow and you can prune them off your plants. If all the fronds are turning yellow, it can be from the excessive rainfall you had a few weeks ago or it might indicate a need for fertilizer. Use a specially formulated palm food and apply at the rates as indicated on the package, according to the size and age of your palms. Hope they perk up soon!
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