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Hey I moved my tangerine tree from the ground to a big pot and now it looks dead?

Since I moved my tree it looks dead and the leaves are curling up I water it but I'm not sure what else to do or should I just re plant it??

Submitted: 12:51AM, 26 Sep 2016
Answer: Hi Jade,

Thank you for contacting Yates, a good way to check if the tree is still alive is to scratch the bark and see if the underneath layer is green in colour, if yes, then the tree is a better chance to survive and regrow. Try to watering in some Liquid Dynamic Lifter, the fish meal and seaweed can help stimulating new root growth.

Hope this helps and happy gardening.

Best Regards,
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