Tissue culture lemon plant nursery
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Tissue culture lemon plant nursery

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Growing Tissue Culture Lemons Nursery – How To Grow A Lemon Tree

Growing a lemon tree is not that difficult. As long as you provide their basic needs, growing lemons can be a very rewarding experience.

Information About Tissue Culture Lemon Plant Nursery

Need to know how to grow a lemon tree? Then you’ve come to the right place. The following pages are packed with information on everything from how to care for lemons to overcoming common lemon tree problems. So don’t let the thought of growing lemon trees keep you from enjoying these zesty fruits. Use these tips on caring for lemons to successfully grow your own lemon tree.

How to Grow a Lemon Tree Outdoors

Lemons are the most sensitive to cold than all other citrus trees. Due to this cold sensitivity, lemon trees should be planted near the south side of the home. Lemon trees need protection from frost. Growing them near the house should help with this. Lemon trees also require full sunlight for adequate growth.

While lemon trees can tolerate a range of soils, including poor soil, most prefer well-drained, slightly acidic soil. Lemon trees should be set slightly higher than ground. Therefore, dig a hole somewhat shallower than the length of the root ball. Place the tree in the hole and replace soil, tamping firmly as you go. Water sufficiently and add some mulch to help retain moisture. Lemon trees require deep watering once weekly. If necessary, pruning may be done to maintain their shape and height.


  Fertilizing Lemons: Learn About Fertilizer For A Lemon Tree


Lemon Tree Fertilizer

Most of the time, people know the basics of how to grow a lemon tree, but they are uncertain about lemon tree fertilizer. Fertilizer for a lemon tree should be high in nitrogen and should not have any number in the formula higher than 8 (8-8-8).

When to Apply Fertilizer for Lemon Trees

When growing a lemon tree, you want to make sure that you apply fertilizer at the proper times. Lemon trees should be fertilized no more than four times a year and should not be fertilized in the coolest season when it is not in active growth.


Yields need to be considered in conjunction with tree density. In an orchard of normal density, tree spacing would be 5 m between rows and 3.5 m to 5 m between trees. In this orchard, average yields would range from about 15 kg  per tree in the second year to about 180 kg to 200 kg (10 to 12 citrus cartons) for a mature tree in the tenth year. Using these figures, a mature orchard should be expected to produce 3500 to 4000 citrus cartons per hectare per year.<script data-ad-client="ca-pub-1393326665698795" async src="https://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js"></script>

Higher, early yields per hectare can be obtained with high density planting. This is now a well established practice and is recommended for new plantings. High density orchards are normally based on the same 5 m row spacing (sometimes less for some mandarins), but use double the density of trees within the rows. This effectively doubles the early yields per tree up to about the sixth year and makes much better use of available land. However, close planting requires a higher level of management with more regular pruning and possible tree removal. Mature orchards yield about 3500 to 4000 citrus cartons per hectare per year, the same as normal density tree spacing.



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