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Old 05-29-2015, 11:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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my satsuma tangerine suffered an attack from scales while in the basement for the winter.
i would reach in and scrape them off.. but some branches at the back were out of reach so the scales really went to town.. covering branches and fruit.



here it is after it was brought outside and thoroughly scrubbed



first time getting fruit from it so cant wait to try one!
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Old 05-29-2015, 06:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Congrats! I lost 2 lemons that way during winter and some blood orange fruits... Where did you get that variety?
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yes the scales also liked my other citrus trees and olive tree
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I didn't know that Perry has that variety. He has so much stuff. I usually purchase from him. Great seller. Thanks. I'll wait though, I'm starting to have a lot of plants and I have to reorganize everything...
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i almost have ripe fruit


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my friend from morocco said that the dimpled ones will be pulpy and dry
the smooth skinned ones will be juicy and good.

i think it is a result of too much nitrogen, not enough phosphorus and potassium

and also the major attack of the scales

i think that is what made some of them pear shaped(the oldest fruit... formed during the scale attack)
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