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Yellow fronds on bangalow & queen palms

Karen Dennis
5 years ago

Hi, we've recently moved into a property with plenty of mature bangalow & queen palms, quite a few have changed to yellow on their fronds and some appear to be drying out.
The most severe ones are planted in raised beds with rocks used as weed protection.
I experimented with one and removed all the rocks around it and planted wild flower seeds and it appears to be improving, but I can't do this for all of them.
Any suggestions on what food/supplements I could give to them better conditions?

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