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Problems Diagnosing Naval Orange Tree

Posted by marcogiudice79 FL (My Page) on
Mon, May 20, 13 at 22:15

i have a Naval orange tree on a swingle root-stock that are about 4 yrs old. This past Fall/Winter it bore oranges. Then this past spring it didn't produce blooms. I just fertilized it and took it as a rest period and moved on.. Then i sprayed it with horticulture oil to stop the citrus leaf miners.. A week later i noticed it started dropping a ton of leaves.. i thought it was due to spray burned.. it went from a bushy full tree to a almost bald eagle.. Then i noticed the leaves were starting to dis-color. I'm not sure if im getting citrus yellowing disease and citrus cankers.. So i need help diagnosing this tree


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RE: Problems Diagnosing Naval Orange Tree

is this citrus canker?


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here's one more


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RE: Problems Diagnosing Naval Orange Tree

I suggest you write your post on the Citrus forum. They are a great group and will answer your questions. Mrs. G


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RE: Problems Diagnosing Naval Orange Tree

thanks mrs.g im new here and this forum is to confusing way to may sections that need to be narrowed down...!


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RE: Problems Diagnosing Naval Orange Tree

thanks mrs.g im new here and this forum is to confusing way to may sections that need to be narrowed down...!


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