Phoenix canariensis with Yellow leaves

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Hello,

I would like to understand why the intermediate leaves of my Phoenix canariensis are becoming yellow. I have it for 4 years in my garden 3 km from Ligurian Sea in the Mediterranean and I treat it monthly with specific products against rincoforus like Runner and Nuprid directly in the ground and on the core. Could the reason be some virus or micro fungus or even lack of chimicals in the ground ?

Thank you in advance

Fabio

 

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This is posted in the wrong forum but your CIDP appears to need fertilizer

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