Tomato Problems : Magnesium Deficiency , How to Identify and fix it.
If you love growing tomatoes like I do every now and again you are going to run into some nutritional problems with your tomato plants. Here I will talk about magnesium deficiency. Magnesium is the only trace element required by the tomato plant that is involved in the structure of chlorophpyll the green pigment in the plant that is involved in photosynthesis.
(Photosynthesis is the process by which green plants use the sunlight to synthesize nutrients from carbon dioxide (CO2) & water (H2O). Photosynthesis in plants generally involves the green pigment chlorophyll and generates oxygen as a by-product – this is a good reason to have many green plants around you as they are creating life giving oxygen that we need to breathe into our bodies so that we can live.)
Magnesium deficiencies often show up as the leaves and vegetative part of the plant are forming and growing to size. That is when the plant requires the magnesium the most. If the magnesium deficiency show up near the end of the season it is really not that important. Watch the video and see what you can do about the magnesium deficiency. Leave your comments and SHARE with 5 of your friends.
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