Thick rind on my limes that have no juice and smell bitter
I live in Houston Tx, my lime tree is loaded with limes for the first time, but have a thick rind and very bitter (doesn’t smell like a lime). Is it to late to add the nitrogen or phosphorus? Or is it possible to add the nitrogen and phosphorus next year just before foliage begins to flower, to have a good crop? And which of the nitrogen and phosphorus is best for this region?
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This is generally caused by a nutrient imbalance.
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