Another green tip for
The Summer of Outdoor Living on the Cheap
If your plants become chlorotic (their leaves turn yellow while the veins remain green), they may be suffering from iron deficiency. Don’t panic, because a cost-free supplement is at your fingertips. Old-time farmers used to gather up pieces of scrap iron such as wire, tin cans, or virtually anything that rusts and throw them in a bucket of water. When you have a good “rust tea,” add a quarter cup to a gallon of fresh water and pour on your chlorotic plants.