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Common pests that can affect all citrus trees include scale, aphids, citrus mites and snails. These pests can cause significant damage in large numbers but specific pesticides or natural remedies can control or eradicate...

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Citrus trees grow best in a warm, dry climate. Citrus trees are typically able to tolerate high temperatures and extended periods of sunlight if the soil is well moistened.

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There are three things that make leaves on a citrus tree curl, including insect infestation, overwatering and change of climate. Insects such as the citrus leaf miner lay eggs on citrus tree leaves, and the larvae feed o...

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Some common orange tree diseases, which are common to all citrus trees, include citrus greening, citrus canker and citrus black spot. Another disease that occurs in orange trees is sweet orange scab.

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During the spring and summer, which are the active growing months for citrus trees, they need fertilizing one to two times. During a young tree's dormant period in the fall and winter, it is only necessary to fertilize e...

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Apple, plum, pear, cherry and citrus trees are good for planting around a patio. Dwarf fig trees can also thrive in container gardening around patios. Other good dwarf fruit plants are strawberries and blueberries.

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Some common problems with lemon trees are pest damage, citrus cankers, anthracnose and sooty mold fungus. Treatments are available for some of these problems, while the destruction of the lemon tree is necessary when oth...

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