Q&As Orange Tree
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How many oranges does an average tree produce?
Why do my orange tree leaves curl?
A plant pathology diagnosis cannot be made from the internet. However, aphids (small insects) are the most common cause of curling orange tree leaves. There are also other causes, such as mites, bacteria, water stress, heat stress, sunburn. Each one of the previous factors alone (or in combination with others) can make your orange tree leaves curl.
Why do my orange tree leaves turn yellow?
Once again, a plant pathology diagnosis cannot be made from the internet. However, we will list the most common causes. Fungal diseases, pests, water stress, soil alkalinity and low levels of iron, nitrogen or magnesium in the soil are some of the most common causes. Each one of the previous factors alone (or in combination with others) can make your orange tree leaves turn yellow.
Why are orange trees painted white?
In most cases, farmers paint the orange trees white in order to protect the trunk from sunburn. However, ask a licensed agronomist if your trees really need this type of protection. Moreover, check the type of paint you will use (some types of paints contain additives that will surely harm your trees).
Are orange trees evergreen?
Yes, they are. However, they are characterized by a tendency to constantly renew their foliage.
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