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Hey everyone, the top two leaves in the photo are from the same flowering outdoor plant (two or three weeks in? About 4 feet tall. Green Crack). The one on the right is just a further progression of what is happening on the left. Veins are turning yellow, with the leaf eventually turning completely yellow.

www.birdsandblooms.com/blog/yellow-leaves-and-green-veins-iron...

Monday, we talked about nitrogen deficiency, which causes older leaves to yellow and newer leaves to stay green. However, when it comes to iron deficiency it is the opposite – younger leaves turn yellow first. The other characteristic of iron deficient plants is that although the younger leaves turn yellow, their veins remain green.

deepgreenpermaculture.com/2018/06/26/citrus-yellow-veins...

Yellow Vein Chlorosis . When your citrus tree leaves displays yellow veins while the rest of the leaf remains a normal green colour, this condition is referred to as yellow vein chlorosis. Usually, yellow vein chlorosis occurs during the autumn and winter period due to reduced nitrogen uptake by the roots from the soil in low temperatures.

web.extension.illinois.edu/cfiv/homeowners/070828.html

In the gardening world purple or yellow colored leaves are "in". Sometimes a change in leaf color can be an indication of nutrient or environmental problems. If your green plants are now yellow, chlorosis may be the issue with the tissue. Abnormal yellowing of leaf tissue is called chlorosis. Leaves lack the essential green pigment chlorophyll.

gardenerdy.com/how-to-prevent-yellowing-of-gardenia-leaves

How to Prevent Yellowing of Gardenia Leaves. If you have spotted a few yellow leaves on your gardenia plant, quit worrying. ... a small, green triangle shaped like the plant's leaf will be seen at the base of yellow leaves. Remedy ... In this case, the leaves at the bottom of the branches and the veins stay green, while those at the top turn ...

www.aphis.usda.gov/.../soc-citrus-diseases/soc-leaf-diagnosis

A distinctive yellow mottle (uneven spots) is observed on reduced and pointed leaves: green veins with interveinal yellow spaces. This deficiency may be caused by the presence of citrus greening disease. If you suspect this is the case, check for the presence of the blotchy mottle symptom on leaves of previous flushes (fresh leaf growth).

www.thespruce.com/reasons-for-yellow-leaves-on-houseplants...

Cold drafts on tropical plants will often cause the leaves to turn yellow and drop. This is different from short periods of exposure to intense cold, which will cause outright browning on the foliage or pale, transparent spots to appear between veins.

www.growweedeasy.com/.../yellow-between-leaf-veins

Problem: Leaves may become yellow in between the veins, with mottled brown spots on the affected leaves. These brown dead patches may spread and eventually kill the leaf. Leaves may also shred and fall apart. Overall growth of the marijuana plant may be stunted. With a manganese deficiency, the yellowing will begin at the base...

fshs.org/proceedings-o/1960-vol-73/69-79 (LEONARD)1.pdf

Yellow-vein in citrus (often called winter chlorosis in Florida) is characterized by a yellowing of the veins of the leaves (Fig. 1). In mild cases only the midrib becomes yellow. In more severe cases, the midrib and many of the lateral veins are yellow, or the entire leaf may become yellow. Yellow-vein usually occurs in Florida citrus

ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/C107/m107bpleaftwigdis.html

Identification tip: Leaf veins can turn yellow or white (vein clearing) after herbicide application due to citrus root uptake of bromacil or diuron. After simazine exposure, leaves yellow between veins with the chlorosis increasing in severity in proportion to the amount of herbicide exposure. Mesophyll collapse