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Why are my lemons dry and brown on the inside

Tree about years old previous years lovely fruit, growing in full sun, Mullumbimby

Fruit and Citrus • Pests

It appears your lemons have been attacked by the bronze orange bugs. This bug is a sap sucking insect that feeds only on the fruit of citrus. It sucks the sap from inside the fruit leaving dry patches and sometimes gumming and browning can occur.The idea is to control the nymphs in winter, spraying with Yates Nature's Way Citrus & Ornamental Spray.



Answered: 19 Jun, 2019

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