MINNEOLA TANGELO ORANGE TREE - Knowledgebase Question

englewood, fl
Question by mking628
October 7, 2005
I HAVE A MINNEOLA ORANGE THAT I TRANSPLANTED FROM MY FRIENDS YARD,
HE HAD IT PLANTED ABOUT 5 YEARS AND DECIDED TO REMOVE IT AS IT WAS NOT DOING ANY GOOD.
SO I REMOVED IT AND PLANTED IT IN MY YARD 2 YEARS AGO AND IT IS STILL ABOUT 3 FOOT TALL AND NEVER BUDS OR GROWS,THERE ARE OTHER ORANGE TREES IN THE AREA BUT NOT TOO CLOSE,NEED HELP OR SHOULD I REMOVE THE TREE
THANKS FRANK KING


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Answer from NGA
October 7, 2005

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Frank,

Very strange. Something is limiting the plants growth, most likely a problem in the root zone. I would probably get rid of it and if you want a citrus tree there, purchase a new quality plant, prepare the soil and plant it.

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