Hey guys and gals I've got this citrus (mandarin, tangerine, I'm not sure) its a fairly old plant (at least 10 years) that was transplanted three seasons ago and relocated to its current location two years ago. It fruits all season long and is fairly tasty. I've had terrible experience with citrus but in most cases they were plants that were already in really bad shape. This plant means a lot to me and I'm looking to keep it as healthy as possible.
It had a pretty bad scale infestation but that has been dealt with for 2 full seasons. I see little other sign of distress but the leaves are still off color and always curl upward\inward. They show no sign of other deformation as far as I can tell.
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Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.