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by cocacola2003 on October 19, 2002 09:09 PM
can any one help me out please...
i bought my orange tree in sept and now the leaves are falling off from where its not getting muchlight i think thats what it is but im not really sure what is happening to it....and i put it in another pot so it can grow good, and the leaves started to fall off at the end of sept...or is this normal for this time of year...i hope it won't die one me i really like my tree if there is any way i can save it someone let me know please...
by Will Creed on October 20, 2002 02:16 PM
Your orange tree must have lots of direct sunlight all day long to do well indoors. Unfortunately, the repotting has aggravated its problems. Larger pots and fertilizer should be limited to plants that are healthy and growing vigorously.

You can try pruning off all dead branches. I also suggest that you move it back into a smaller pot so you can avoid keeping ther oots wet for too long.

If you cannot provide lots of direct sunlight, then it is probably a lost cause no matter waht you do.

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