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Posted by KPGrdngrl 9b (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 29, 12 at 13:06

I have 12 citrus trees, orange, tangerine, tangelo, and lemon. a few of the orange trees have begun to deleaf and show very poor crops. It looks like it is spreading. What do I do to save them... especially the tangelo? Can I use pesticides, what kinds?

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RE: pesticides

Without good pictures and a detailed description of what is happening, could say that it's anything from drought/flood to some horrible disease.

Please tell us more and let us see some pictures -- overall, midway and close-up.

RE: pesticides

Yep, the rule is that you cannot grab for pesticides until you know with some certainty what the heck the problem is.

Along with some pictures, you might give us a bit of information, too. How long have you had these plants, are they in containers or the ground? Just a general history.

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