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by dcamp on August 19, 2005 07:34 AM
I live in northeast Ohio. We have had an extremely hot and humid summer. Even still, with daily watering I managed to keep my hanging baskets of geraniums looking fabulous. Now, within the last 3 days, even though the temps have been slightly cooler (mid 80's), the leaves are all starting to turn yellow. This happened suddenly and more turn yellow every day. What could be causing this? Thanks, Donna

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Donna
by ROUXDOG on August 20, 2005 08:57 AM
SOMETIMES YELLOW LEAVES MEAN OVER WATERING THE OTHER THING CONCERNING GERANIUMS IS THAT THEY NORMALLY DROP THEIR LEAVES AS THEY GROW

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by The Plant Doc on August 20, 2005 11:47 AM
Make sure that they are not getting root rot from all the watering, then if that is not the case; Try giving them some fertilizer or iron. You have probably flushed the soil with all the watering.

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by dcamp on August 20, 2005 05:53 PM
Thanks---I'll hold up on the watering and give them a little fertilizer. Donna

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