Why Do Palm Trees Turn Yellow?

Answer

There are a number of reasons that palm trees turn yellow. One is there is not sufficient nutrients in the soil. Another is pests such as thrips, giant palm borers, palm bud worms and others. There are types of fungi that can also turn palm tress yellow.
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