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Hi,
Hope someone can help with my fruit trees.

I have limes, lemons, oranges, mandarines all growing...but even with all the rain we've had in the past 6 months...I've got no fuit to speak of from any of them.

4 years ago, the trees all produced an abundance of fruit, but nothing now.
I bought a few new trees from Daleys a couple of years to "increase the flock" so as to speak.. but those too have not beared any fruit.

Could it be the soil?

I did fertilize last year with citrus food...

If anyone has any ideas I'd really appreciate any advice....

Many thanks
Vicki
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umbgumb
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15th March 2012 10:06am
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MaryT says...
Hi Vicki - here's a link that may help you decide what may be wrong. The fact that ALL your citrus stopped producing is either to do with soil or care regime. I have bought many citrus trees from Daileys and they are in pots and all producing:

http://www.greenharvest.com.au/greennotes/Organic_Citrus_Care.html
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15th March 2012 12:12pm
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umbgumb says...
Hi Mary T and thankyou so much for your information.

I'll have a read of the link now and I agree with you that it must be something to do with the soil.

Appreciate your help and have a great day,
Best regards
Vicki.
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16th March 2012 4:33pm
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MaryT says...
Good luck Vicki; I'm sure they'll start fruiting for you in no time. They do love nutrients though.
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