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My Pomelo is ill...

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Binwa starts with ...
Every three to four months, my 2 pomelo trees get new leaves. But after a few weeks, leaves become clearer green, some weeks later, they start to get white to yellow spots that are enlarging until the leaf becomes mostly white. At that moment, it starts to dry out, getting wholes in the leaf, until it is completely dried out and falls off.

Is this an illness, or do I give too much water, or is the soil PH not correct ? I do not know and do not know what to do to save the 5 year old plants.

These two trees were planted 5 years ago, and they reach about 1 metre, but I presume this should be more.

Many thanks in advance for your advice.

Binwa

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http://gallery.me.com/benoit.philips/100014/Pomelo%20Phase%201%20sickness/web.jpg?ver=13059655130008

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Binwa
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JUJUBE FOR SALE IN MELBOURNE says...
Hi there,

I think your pomelo has got disease.
If you read this link you will be able to find out which problem your tree is having.

http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/citrus/diagnostics/greening/greening.htm
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JUJUBE FOR SALE
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amanda says...
Binwa - get some trace elements for this tree - it should be ok ( not sure about the cold where u are - but anyway... :)
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26th May 2011 12:41am
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