If you are in a hot dry environment, make sure that the tree is getting plenty of water and proper drainage. If you have experienced any sharp dips in temperature lately, this could also be the cause for the yellowing.
This might be part of the natural cycle of your sago palm. Leaves are green, then yellow, then brown. It is a part of the sago palm’s method of soaking up chlorophyll nutrients back into the plant, so you shouldn’t be worried. However, if these yellow parts are occurring in the “new growth” area (in the center), then your plant has a nutrition issue. It would need to be fed, if this is the case.
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