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  1. The diseased palm should not be replaced with another palm as fungus present in the soil and roots of the diseased tree will probably infect the new tree. Trees other than palms are not susceptible to the disease. If you must replant a new palm, you can try to remove all the old soil and roots and bring in .
  2. Palms are quite different from shade trees and conifers in appearance, growth, and care requirements. Unlike other trees, a palm has only one, above-ground growing point. Located at the top of its trunk, this point and its surrounding tissues make up the terminal bud. If the terminal bud is injured, the palm .
  3. Tree The date palm is an impressive tree producing a slender trunk that can grow on an average from 48 to 80 feet in height. (Figs. ) Maximum heights of to feet can be reached, depending on location and growing conditions. The trunk is covered from ground level to .
  4. Sep 14,  · This is a dangerous palm tree condition that can kill a tree within just a few years if not taken care of. Bud Rot – This is another condition that can be caused by several types of bacteria or fungi. The disease is named for the fact that it causes new buds to rot. Younger fronds may form black lesions and the leaves on younger fronds may wilt.
  5. Jul 15,  · Among a canvas of lush palms, a few trees stand out. Their fronds are a sickly light brown. Local forester Richard Bailey offers a prophetic warning: These palm trees are Author: Elizabeth Djinis.
  6. Nov 07,  · Palm trees are one of the plants we grow that homeowners believe are drought tolerant and basically trouble free. In fact, many of the varieties of palms we grow here in central Florida including our state tree, the Sabal Palm, are trouble free and easy to maintain in most landscapes. However, few of us are able to recognize even the few minor problems these trees do have.
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  8. Nutrient Deficiencies in Palms; Fig. 1 Cocos nucifera with "Hookleaf", a mild symptom of boron deficiency. Fig. 13 Mild magnesium deficiency on coconut palm (C. nucifera) Fig. 20 Nitrogen deficiency on coconut (C. nucifera) Fig. 24 Potassium Deficiency on coconut palm (C. nucifera), marginal necrosis. Fig Manganese deficient new leaf of.

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