Questions tagged: lime tree

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Graeme
Answer: Hi Graeme, Possums can cause damage to lime trees as they love the young fragrant leaves. The other culprit could be white cockatoos which can cau...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: lime tree
Answered: 02:45PM, 16 Aug 2011
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Lesley
Answer: Dear Lesley, If you need to transplant your lime tree, it would be wise to do it now before the weather warms up. Have the area where you are goin...
Answered: 08:58AM, 17 Oct 2011
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Carla
Answer: Hi Carla, It could well be a sudden change in temperature that has caused your lime tree to drop its leaves. As you know, limes enjoy a warm spot ...
Answered: 10:52AM, 23 Nov 2011
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Angie
Answer: Hi Angie, What a shame that all those lovely new buds have fallen off your lime tree. It may not be insect attack. I am sure you would know if yo...
Answered: 12:49PM, 25 Nov 2011
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, If a good potting mix is used such as Yates Professional Potting mix then you do not need to add anything at planting time as the mix alr...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: lime tree, pot
Answered: 09:35AM, 30 Jan 2012
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Mark
Answer: Hi Mark, Citrus do like to be regularly fertilised and so twice a year (spring and autumn) apply some Thrive for Citrus. Every so often use some D...
Category: Fruit & Citrus
Tags: lime tree, Thrive
Answered: 03:19PM, 30 Jul 2012
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Rajesh
Answer: Hi Rajesh, Lime trees prefer to be in a warm environment and sometimes after a particularly cold winter, it is not unusual for lime trees to drop s...
Answered: 03:15PM, 17 Sep 2012
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Shan
Answer: Hi Shan, Thank you for sending the photo of your lime tree. The leaves look as though they may have a manganese deficiency. It is tricky to know ...
Answered: 04:34PM, 18 Mar 2013
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Julie
Answer: Hi Julie Perhaps if you have experienced sudden cold weather as of late, this could be the reason why your lime tree is dropping its leaves. Lime t...
Answered: 12:19PM, 20 Aug 2014
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chris
Answer: Hi Chris, I am not sure how old your lime tree is, but if it is only young, it is not unusual for a tree to produce a lot of flowers, only to later...
Answered: 03:17PM, 20 Aug 2014
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Brian
Answer: Hi Brian, I am wondering if you have had a lot of rain in your area lately and as a result of this, the roots of your lime tree may have become sat...
Answered: 03:19PM, 01 May 2015
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Shane
Answer: Hi Shane, Thank you for contacting us. You can improve your lime trees’ health with Dynamic Lifter Organic Plant Food and Thrive Natural Citr...
Answered: 10:56AM, 20 Oct 2016