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Yuzu yellowing and dropping leaves.

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markferguson starts with ...
My Yuzu has grown and looked quite healthy in my North facing Sydney balcony since it was delivered lat November. I water 3 times a week in a well drained pot with Thrive midweek. In am May and June it's leaves have been yellowing and dropping. Is it normal fo this time of year or should I do something?
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8th July 2019 4:29pm
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jakfruit etiquette says...
They can be semi deciduous in cold weather.
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markferguson says...
Thanks. I just hope it survives winter until its first spring!
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Not sure you would need the thrive so often until the buds swell and new leaves flush, then thrive only at low strength until leaves are growing well.
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