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Southwest Gardener's September Checklist

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to Southwest Gardener's September Checklist
Give citrus trees their last application of fertilizer for the year. Citrus trees need to be fertilized three times a year: in late winter, early summer and late summer. Apply citrus fertilizer around the base of the tree, following the package instructions. Be sure to add fertilizer out to the drip line, which is where most of the roots of citrus trees are located.For the best results, water before and after applying fertilizer to help it reach the roots.Shown: Kumquats
Southwest. "Give citrus trees their last application of fertilizer for the year," advises Arizona horticulturalist Noelle Johnson. "Citrus need to be fertilized three times a year: in late winter, early summer and late summer."Get her Southwest September checklist

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Southwest. "Give citrus trees their last application of fertilizer for the year," advises Arizona horticulturalist Noelle Johnson. "Citrus need to be fertilized three times a year: in late winter, early summer and late summer."
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