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Lemon tree is not healthy

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balwans1 starts with ...
Hi Team,

I am fighting for this lost cause to revive my Eurka Lemon tree. Seems like nothing is working and looks like it is slowly dying. Last year we had few Lemons and this year none. it is position is nice sunny spot .may be too sunny of lemon liking..

Please help.

Thanks
B
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Diego says...
I don't think sun's your problem. It looks far from dead to me. It sounds curt, I know, but If it were mine I would just pee on it. Works wonders some times.
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tah2708 says...
Not sure if you have fertilised it, lemon trees are hungry, they also like a feed of trace elements as well. They like water but don't like wet feet, what soil have you planted it into? I use a product called Active 8, its by Rocky Point and comes in a bag like potting mix, it has cow manure, mushroom compost, chook poo, zeolite and other goodies in it, use this like a compost and put it around the soil on top extending our as far aw you can go, I would leave it an inch or so thick and keep it a bit away from the trunk. It is organic as well. Not sure where you are located either. Also as Diego say pee on it! I get my two little boys to wee around the base of our citrus trees.
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