Hello, Sabri. A few questions, please? Can you post pictures of the tree and the leaves? and explain what do you mean by the leaves are "weak"? What color are they? Is the soil dry, moist or soggy? They typically need more than 6 hours of direct sun so how many hours of sun does your lemon tree get (from when to when)? I assume it is a potted lemon tree? in well draining potting mix? Are you maintaining the soil somewhat acidic? How old is the lemon tree? How often do you water the tree? When was the last time that you fertilized it? What did you use as a fertilizer? Thanks! And sorry for all the questions but they may help us all understand what could be wrong.
the leaves are a bit more yellow than normal and they feel very thin, maybe this is because they are new leaves and they are still quite small but I have never had this with new leaves. he gets about 7 hours of sunlight a day and is now 6 months old. I water it once every 5 days. Maybe this has to do with fertilizer, because I gave him fertilizer for the first time this week. it was a normal organic liquid fertilizer for all plants. and I took 4 of the bottom leaves 2 days ago. Maybe it could have something to do with this
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