Maganese Deficiency in Plants
Manganese is a type of micronutrient that helps with certain important cell functions, which include photosynthesis, respiration, and nitrogen use. How the root grows will be based on manganese which protects the roots from bad microbes, and it is not often that you would see a manganese deficiency and instead, it is often related to high pH or excess iron.
Maganese Deficiency Symptoms in Plants
Similar to other nutrient deficiencies, manganese deficiency often causes leaves to be pale discoloration at the base of new growth. Eventually, this can cause the tips of the leaves to brown, and then spots will show up. The veins seem green, but the areas in between start to yellow.