The Q&A Archives: curling leaves

Question: My orange tree -- planted this year --- has leaves that are curling -- what do I do?

Answer: Curling or cupping leaves are common on citrus trees - weather causes this. But, insect feeding can also cause curling so inspect the leaves for signs of insect pests. If you find none, the curling leaves are simply a result of very fast leaf growth. Nothing to worry about.

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