Chlorosis

Landscape Discoloration

A very common landscaping problem in urban landscapes, like The Woodlands, is chlorosis, a yellowing or whitening of leaves due to the inability to develop chlorophyl.  Chlorosis primarily occurs when a lack of nutrient density leads to insufficient levels of iron, nitrogen, and in palms magnesium.   Often it is our own watering habits that cause the issue, by washing key nutrients from the soil covering our grounds and raising the pH levels.   The solution in this case is a complete fertilizer with iron applied to the plants beds.   This treatment from One Source Residential Services, The Woodlands Pest Control providers, will help control the problem and usher in a return of normal coloration to the beautiful leaves adorning your property.  For any landscape or lawn care question.  Contact One Source.