Question: My grape plants are mustard-yellow. I know my soil isn’t the greatest, but what can I do to get them to green back up?

Answer: If your soil is rocky and alkaline, it’s probably iron deficiency. Symptoms on grapes and other plants include yellowed leaves with dark green veins, most prominent on the newest growth first. Apply a sulfur soil acidifier along with iron several times during the growing season.

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