Transplanting orange trees
I have some dwarf citrus trees (Algerian tangerine, Navel, Tarrocco Blood Orange, Satsuma tangerine) that I want to dig up and take to a house I'm moving to. They are all about 4-6 feet tall (the Satsuma smaller than that), and have been in the ground about 3-5 years. I'm going to dig up the root balls and wrap them in burlap. I'm told that with deciduous fruit trees (apples, etc...) you prune them back alot when you transplant them, but I'm not sure what kind of pruning I should do with the citrus, especially since it's late fall now and they seem to be in their growing season...some with small fruit(Algerian) and some putting out new branches and leaves. The Navel Orange and the Tarrocco have about a 3-4 ft spread of branches and they're going to be the hardest. The other two will be must easier as they aren't very wide at this point.
I could use some advice about this, they have to be transplanted as they will be bulldozed if left behind.