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Anonymous added on August 8, 2015 | Answered

I have a lemon tree planted from a seed for more than 2 yrs. But still it doesn’t gives fruit. Its height is more than 10 foot and its stem is not so thick. The area in which it is grown is having 5 foot height and 3 foot breadth. Thanks.

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Answered on August 10, 2015

Oftentimes, lemons grown from seed may or may not produce fruit, but if it does produce fruit this may take many years, and when it does produce lemons, the lemons, MOST LIKELY, will not be edible or extremely slow growing. Since there's really no way of knowing for certain, you could try adding more phosphorus (bone meal) to the soil to help encourage the flowering and fruit growth.

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