Satsuma Trees

Satsuma Tree

allenbond added on November 16, 2017 | Answered

its now November and my satsumas are not sweet why?

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Answered on November 18, 2017

Sometimes, when these lack sulfur in the soil it can affect the taste. Sulfur comes in many forms. Iron sulfate will help in this case.

Here is an article for information on the care of these trees:

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