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Question: I have 2 orange trees and they are dying. I have changed the soil and put fertilizer for citrics anyway they dying. They are probably 4 or 5 years old. What can I do to save them? Please help me.

Answer: Martha,

Just the symptom that they are dying is not enough for me to be able to diagnose the cause or what is wrong. I suggest you take some photos of the trees (distant and closeup) sample to your County Extension Office and see if they can identify the problem and if necessary prescribe an appropriate remedy.

Their contact info is:

3033 Bear Creek Drive
Houston, Texas 77084
Phone: 281-855-5600

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