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Linseed

Take a look at the images below, if your Linseed looks like any of the pictures, we have written what the likelihood deficiency would be, read more to find out the solution to get your Linseed growing to its maximum potential.

Manganese

Leaves at the top of stems show chlorotic / yellowing and in the worse cases stunting. Symptoms follow the pattern of soil variation within the field.

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Magnesium

Leaves develop a pale green colour. This progresses to a yellowing at leaf tips. This can become a brown scorching in appearance. Older leaves are affected first, at the bottom of the stem.

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Boron, Sulphur and Copper

Deficiencies are very rare in linseed in the UK.

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