Orange tree care is not complicated if you follow a few basic steps when growing an orange tree. That’s where we come in. The following articles will provide tips and information to keep your tree healthy and your orange fruit producing. Read on to learn more.
Growing oranges and other citrus can be a fun hobby for the home gardener, but it can also become derailed by disease. Know some of the main orange disease symptoms so you can catch and manage problems early and still get a great harvest of fruit. This article will help.
If you have citrus trees in your home orchard, you should learn the basic facts about orange tree alternaria rot. Click the following article for information about alternaria rot in oranges, including tips on how to prevent alternaria blotch.
Sweet orange scab disease, which affects primarily sweet oranges, tangerines and mandarins, is a relatively benign fungal disease that doesn’t kill trees, but significantly affects the appearance of the fruit. Learn about sweet orange scab control here.
Home gardeners are often left with an undesirable tasting orange and will ask, ?Why does my sweet orange taste bitter?? Learn what causes sour tasting oranges in this article so you can correct the issue and enjoy a sweeter tasting fruit.
One of the most obvious signs of an orange tree in distress is orange leaf curl. Once you have spotted leaf curl in your orange trees, the obvious question is why are my orange tree leaves curling and is there a cure? This article will help.
If left unpruned, growth can get vigorous and out of hand, so pruning orange trees will rein in their appearance. How do you go about trimming an orange tree and when is the best time to prune orange trees? This article will help.
Pollination is the process that turns a flower into a fruit. Your orange tree can produce the most beautiful flowers, but without pollination you won?t see a single orange. Learn about orange tree pollination and how to hand pollinate orange trees in this article.
Generally speaking, orange juice as we know it in North America comes from navel oranges. However, there are many types of oranges. Just how many orange varieties are there? Find out in this article. Click here for more info.
Oranges are easy to pluck from the tree; the trick is to know when to harvest an orange. If you have ever purchased oranges, you are well aware that a uniform orange color is not necessarily an indicator of a delicious, juicy orange. Click here to learn more.
Love the aroma of orange blossoms and the delicious fruit, but your climate is less than desirable for an outdoor orange grove? Don?t despair; the solution just may be growing orange trees in containers. Can you grow oranges in a pot? Read here to find out.
Growing orange trees is a great way to enjoy these sweet, tasty fruits straight from your own garden. But what happens when there?s no orange tree fruit? Why won?t an orange tree produce? Find out here.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Learning how to grow an orange tree is a worthwhile project for the home gardener. Following a few basic steps from this article on taking care of an orange tree will keep your tree healthy and productive.
Citrus trees have numerous requirements. They are prone to many diseases, especially fungal and have several pests. Cracked citrus rinds is another issue, especially in oranges. Read this article for more info.
There are few things more disappointing than watching oranges ripen only to cut into them and find that the oranges are dry and flavorless. There are many reasons for dry orange fruit, and this article will help.