blood orange tree
Hi, I have a blood orange tree in a pot it has leaves but no wood growth what can I do to get wood growth I just started to fertilize so any tips would help
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Good general growing conditions, soil fertility and water management will in time provide for growth of the stem and branch structure, as well as the foliar crown, flower and fruit development.
In addition to an all-purpose or citrus-specific fertilizer, you may want to consider a root growth stimulation solution with kelp, humic substances, amino acids and micronutrients. A good root system is fundamental for uptake of water and nutrients.
This article will give you some basic information on fertilizing citrus.
Please let us know if you have any other gardening questions and happy gardening!
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