CITRUS TREES - Knowledgebase Question

TUCSON, Ar
Question by tyanezjr2000
September 30, 2009
HI WHAT DO I NEED TO DO TO MY SOIL (TUCSON AZ) TO PLANT THE CITRUS TREES YOU HAVE ON SALE.


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Answer from NGA
September 30, 2009

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Citrus trees grow well in your native soil so nothing special needs to be done. Newly planted trees from 15-gallon containers should be watered to a depth of 20 inches for the first year after planting. They should be watered about every 14 days in January, increasing to every 10 days in February through April, and then 5 to 7 days from July through October. As the tree ages, the depth of watering should increase up to 36 inches by the time it has been in the ground 4 years. Hope this info helps!

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