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therese starts with ...
The leaves are becoming distorted, curling slightly and falling off. Older leaves are fine.They are in large waterwell pots, they include lime kafir, lime and a lisbon lemon.These are all in a row.Please advise if there is a spray for this problem.
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Therese1
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26th February 2010 9:02am
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John Mc says...
Do the leaves have little transparent tracks? There's a little bug called Citrus leafminer that does some damage.They also prefer nice young leaves to habitate as well.

Hmmmm. Looks like the pics arn't uploading ATM. I'll try and upload a pic of the Citrus leafminer
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John Mc1
Warnervale NSW
26th February 2010 9:51am
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Original Post was last edited: 26th February 2010 9:59am
amanda says...
Well, if nothing else it been a great citrus season...(oops - guess it's time to thin as branches now touching the ground..) they are huge n juicy and caught me napping...
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amanda19
Gerladton. Mid West WA
13th May 2011 6:23pm
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snottiegobble says...
Yes Amanda, the mandarin has lots of huge fruit & I was afraid the branches would break so harvested some a little early, but they were still sweet & juicy!
Best part is ITS THE NEIGHBOURS TREE!
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13th May 2011 10:40pm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Wow! what a productive mandarin? I wish mine has that many big fruits like that.
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JUJUBE FOR SALE
Melbourne
14th May 2011 7:35am
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amanda says...
It sure is Jujube - I don't why but citrus do really well here - my lemon, lime, tangello etc are all the same....? I spoil them a bit (but not overly) in winter and then it's just water (lots) after that - the fruit is always juicy and fine....about the only thing I can grow properly it seems sometimes!? :)
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14th May 2011 10:17am
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amanda says...
Should add that this tree is sub-surface reticulated with recycled household water/wastes - and as u can see the sand/mulch is pretty sad. It doesn't make any difference though - the citrus that are not sub surface fed are loaded just the same. (i am around 1.7m and this tree shorter)
Maybe too much TLC is not such a good thing...?
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16th May 2011 1:13am
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