Orange Tree Yellow Leaves?

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If the leaves on an orange tree are turning yellow, they are also falling off the tree. If the tree is watered all the time and the moisture stays wet, the tree could be suffering from root rot. If the soil around the tree is not well draining, the roots are unable to breath and ultimately drown. If the tree is small, you may want to consider digging the tree up and inspecting the roots. If some of the roots are mushy to the feel, you can trim those off and then replant in well draining soil.
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Why Are Orange Tree Leaves Yellow?
Orange trees are native to India, China and Asia and grow up to 25 feet tall. The fruit is among the most widely grown tree fruits in the world, as cited by the Purdue Cooperative Extension. The evergreen trees thrive in sub-tropical weather. A fungal... More »
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