Citrus Problems – Why Citrus Fruit Splitting Occurs and How To Prevent It

Various cultivars of Navel and Valencia oranges, mandarins and mandarin hybrids are prone to fruit splitting, a pre-harvest physiological rind disorder. Gardeners often wonder if this phenomenon is caused by a nutrient deficiency. Actually, there’s another cause, but plant nutrition can play a part in the splitting of citrus peel.   How Does Citrus PeelContinue reading “Citrus Problems – Why Citrus Fruit Splitting Occurs and How To Prevent It”

Citrus Problems – Citrus Yellow Veins on Green Leaf in Winter

Are your citrus leaves turning green with yellow veins in winter? When gardeners see this colour change in their citrus leaves, they often wonder if this is due to a nutrient deficiency, and if so, what they can do to fix it.   Leaf Chlorosis The abnormal yellowing of leaf tissue is called chlorosis, whichContinue reading “Citrus Problems – Citrus Yellow Veins on Green Leaf in Winter”