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  • Contains: Iron 1.2%, Zinc 1.7%, Manganese 1.2%, Magnesium 1.0% and Sulfur 4.1%. -johnny_miller

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This is a micronutrient that you apply via foliar spray (spray on the leaves) vs macronutrients that you put in the ground. I use this with the big box store citrus fertilizer in the soil to revive some lemon and lime trees. I'll usually spray this once a month or when the leaves (not veins) yellow.
If you live in an area with high winds or dry heat that stresses your tree, causing it to absorb water from your fruits. When you deep water them again after, the fruits swell causing them to "explode." Gotta be proactive and pre-water your tree a bit if you know an intense heat wave is coming.

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How is this stuff?
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Is this the same as fertilizer?
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This is just micro nutrients and doesn't have enough to sustain fruit bearing
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Does anyone know why my tangerine tree when start growing the fruit they starts to open from below the fruit. Like they were to explode.
This think could benefit or is just a waste.
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Just bought a house with 3 lime trees. Giving it a shot. Will post results in a few weeks
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Can I use this just for regular grass? It's pretty cheap
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Does anyone know why my tangerine tree when start growing the fruit they starts to open from below the fruit. Like they were to explode.
This think could benefit or is just a waste.
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Try giving a little less water when bearing fruits..
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Is this the same as fertilizer?
This is a micronutrient that you apply via foliar spray (spray on the leaves) vs macronutrients that you put in the ground. I use this with the big box store citrus fertilizer in the soil to revive some lemon and lime trees. I'll usually spray this once a month or when the leaves (not veins) yellow.
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Yall are thinking about this stuff all wrong-Citrus is a natural flea repellant!
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Is this better than the warheads sour spray?
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