Fertilization of Field-Grown and Landscape Palms in Florida

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Palms growing in Florida landscape or field nurseries are subject to a number of potentially serious nutrient deficiencies. This five-page document discusses the prevention and treatment of these deficiencies. Written by Timothy K. Broschat and published by the Environmental Horticulture Department.

ENH860/EP110 Fertilization and Irrigation Needs for Florida Lawns and Landscapes

Revised! ENH860, a 6-page fact sheet by L.E. Trenholm, E.F. Gilman, G. Denny and J. Bryan Unruh, outlines environmentally friendly approaches to fertilizing and irrigating Florida lawns and landscapes. Published by the UF Department of Environmental Horticulture, December 2009.

SL266/MG448 Soils & Fertilizers for Master Gardeners: The Florida Gardener’s Guide to Landscape Fertilizers

SL-266, a 4-page illustrated fact sheet by Amy L. Shober, provides information about fertilizers and associated fertilizer terminology to help consumers make educated decisions when purchasing fertilizers and using them in the home landscape or garden. Published by the UF Department of Soil and Water Science, August 2008.