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Lime Tree

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JMAC1 starts with ...
Hi All,
We have a 4 year old lime tree that has been raised like a beautiful child.
Last year we got about 12 limes.
This year the tree was laden with fruit in varying sizes.
We had about three that were the size of a good tom bowler marble and heaps of fruit just about the size of a grape.

In a week it has all vanished with not 1 piece of evidence under the tree.

What could have happened?
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13th November 2018 6:20pm
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Fruitylicious1 says...
Hi JMac

The only animals that I can think of that have the guts to eat citrus fruits are rats and rabbits or maybe an envious homo erectus. Or maybe we can employ detectives Poirot and Hitchcock to untangle the case of the "e;mystery of the vanished lime fruitlets"e;.
Happy gardening 😎
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Schoolies, Coronas ??
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