Citrus Trees in Arizona?

Answer According to, citrus tree cultivation in Arizona is limited to the Yuma, Maricopa, Pinal and Mohave counties, since they typically remain frost-free and adequate, cheap water is availab... Read More »

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Arizona Laws for Transporting Citrus Trees?

Growing citrus is an important industry in Arizona. In 1995, there were 33,000 acres planted in citrus. As of August 2010, the state was second in the nation in lemon production and third in tange... Read More »

How Often Should I Water Citrus Trees in Arizona?

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Mildew on Citrus Trees?

Mildew can grow on different parts of citrus trees, causing a variety of problems ranging from unattractive leaf spots to decreased crop yields. Unfortunately, mildew comes from fungus spores, whic... Read More »

How do i water new citrus trees?

Create a Watering RingCreate a watering ring around the outside of the hole of the newly planted citrus tree. Mound a ring of soil 5 to 6 inches high and 8 inches wide.Water RegularlyWater the newl... Read More »