With a lack of iron in indoor plants, chlorosis is observed between the veins of the leaves. The color of the upper leaves becomes pale green and yellow, and white stripes appear between the veins, and the entire leaf can gradually become completely white. Signs of iron deficiency in the plant are manifested primarily on young leaves. Iron starvation in plants is observed more often than the lack of other trace elements.
Iron is one of the most basic nutrients. It is not attributed to either macro or microelements, it simply must be constantly present in the nutrition of plants. Lack of iron leads to disruption of chlorophyll production in the leaves, i.e. the gradual cessation of a vital function – the process of photosynthesis. The most amazing thing is that iron is the most common element, and it is found in sufficient quantities in the soil, but, unfortunately, in a form inaccessible to plants