The article discusses the reasons why Kentia palms may turn yellow and provides solutions to each cause. Overwatering can lead to root rot, while underwatering can cause wilting and crispy leaves. Poorly draining soil can lead to root rot as well. Nutrient deficiency can cause yellowing fronds, and temperature fluctuations can result in stress and yellow leaves. Exposure to direct sunlight or insufficient light can also cause discoloration. Being rootbound and moving to a new location can cause stress. Excessive fertilizer can lead to yellow leaves, and the article provides tips on avoiding this issue.