Citrustrees - Knowledgebase Question

Gilbert, AZ
Question by JBrandt6
September 24, 2001
I am having trouble adjusting to gardening in a new climate. The house I have bought has several Mature citrus trees Two which appear to be oranges in the front and Two which seem to be limes in the back. I have no Idea how to care for them (ie: when to prune, fertilize) Both of the oranges and one of the limes are bearing fruit although the fruit falls off before it becomes ripe and one of the limes does not have fruit at all. I would appreciate any advice.


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Answer from NGA
September 24, 2001

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very handy until you gain more experience on what works in your particular microclimate. I hope this info helps! very handy until you gain more experience on what works in your particular microclimate. I hope this info helps!

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