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Citrus => Citrus General Discussion => Topic started by: luak on March 09, 2020, 06:31:51 AM

Title: Spring is early here 2020
Post by: luak on March 09, 2020, 06:31:51 AM
Took all my citrus tree’s out after previous attempts, because tree’s were in bloom and I want the bee’s to pollinate them.
Bee,s were active around 60*. That part was taken care of.
Btw Millet, did apply your advise with low biuret, have plenty of flowers and fruitlets.

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Title: Re: Spring is early here 2020
Post by: Millet on March 09, 2020, 10:39:31 AM
Luak, you have a forest of citrus trees.
Title: Re: Spring is early here 2020
Post by: luak on March 09, 2020, 11:39:05 AM
Millet, you might be part of the blame. Laaz, had a part as well. Millet, have a question for you, you mention a few days ago about the Meiwa being so healthy, how does that compare with say a Santa Theresa?
I read an article a few years ago, about a lime or lemon from Iran that was super healthy. Are you familiar with that?
I don’t have any room in my growroom but if you have the answer I like to graft a stick on my Santa Theresa to try.
Btw, Phil send me giant Key lime seeds, but because my age I prefer sionwood instead, I could pass it on.