Why do Leaves Turn Red? (Home Garden Series)

Leaves on deciduous plants may turn red for a variety of reasons – some normal like age, drought, and cold, and some abnormal like nutrient deficiency, chronic drought, or pathogen attacks.

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Fabricante: Chalker-Scott, Linda
Sku: FS209E
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