Magnesium is a mobile nutrient in plants. Deficiencies appear first on older leaves as yellowing or interveinal chlorosis. Increased severity of the deficiency can cause the symptoms to appear on younger leaf tissue with the development of necrotic symptoms when the deficiency is acute. Leaves may become brittle or thin and cup or curve upwards. Tips of leaves may become reddish-purple in cases of severe deficiency.
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