My plants have leaves with green veins and yellow leaves what’s wrong?

The plant is most probably suffering from an Iron deficiency, this is common in Perth’s sandy soils. Symptoms usually include veins that haven’t faded from green to yellow with the rest of the leaf turning yellow. In more unusual cases leaves have been known to turn white and drop. Iron deficiency affects a wide range of plants including roses, camellias, gardenias, jasmine, hibiscus, citrus and fruiting trees such as mangos and avocados. Treat Iron deficiency with a good trace element mix or Iron Chelates. Always read the label for correct dosage instructions.
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