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Both of my black currant bushes seem to do the interveinal chlorosis thing. This is a pretty recent development - they were planted 2 months ago, did great. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I noticed the colour. They're planted at the edge of a regrowth forest. Pretty shady, with lots of other plants around. Everyone else is green and happy, except for these two... Soil is mainly clay. Any ideas?
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Anyone? Help?

I'll try to add some potassium and a bit of mycelium-filled wood chips, but would love to have some solid ideas for what the heck is wrong with these guys...
 
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