Why Are the Leaves of My Orange Trees Curling?

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When the leaves of an orange tree are curling, it could mean that the plant is either over or underhydrated. This can also mean that the plant is suffering from pest infestation such as from leaf miners, cankers, whitefly, aphids, bacteria, and fungi.
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Why Are the Leaves of My Orange Trees Curling?
Orange trees not only produce delicious citrus they also make striking landscape plants for the garden. Unfortunately, orange trees can become invested with pests or become infected with a fungal disease that causes their leaves to curl. It is essential... More »
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