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Fruit trees - Feb Autumn Sydney ?

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Farouk starts with ...
Hi Tropical Fruit tree growers,

I need your help ! Please

I have a few fruit trees the ones in concern atm are Pomegranets, Peaches, Persimmons, figs, jackfruit (in pot). Jaboticaba (in ground & pot both affected), mango in ground (inpot is perfect fine), bananas, Papaya trees + other trees alike.

I am growing these trees for several years at 2165 Fairfield East in back/frontyard at the begining of the season these trees kick off excellant new stem growth, beautiful glow and leaf, flower & fruit growth, then about this time of year or bout few weeks ago my trees start loosing all their leaves on the floor just like autumn.. :(
It is very sad, other trees are doing just fine like my Ice Cream bean, Macadamia, 1 of my mango trees in pot (other 2 in ground same issue as other trees loosing leaves fruits etc)

Please help! Thank you
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Farouk
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18th February 2014 2:19pm
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yrt says...
Sounds like a soil problem . Take soil from around affected trees, place in pot and try growing something easy like tomatoes or beans . See if they are affected . If so then need to have soil tested which ain't cheap.
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18th February 2014 2:43pm
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Jason says...
Has it been very dry? trees that have the ability to do so will and do go dormant as soon as the water runs out.
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Original Post was last edited: 18th February 2014 8:03pm
MaryT says...
We have not had enough rain in Sydney to sustain good growth without watering, especially for new trees. Even though I water, I noticed that after a recent wet week all the trees responded with fresh leaves. That's the difference between rain and watering.
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21st February 2014 7:41am
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