Posted on: Monday, December 02, 2013
The ranks are thinning at my place for citrus trees. Here are some items of my personal experience, going back about three years, in no particulaar order:
White seedless grapefruit, unknown cultivar. Died aboiut three years ago.
Valencia orange. Died about three years ago.
Temple orange. Nearly dead.
Marsh white seedless grapefruit. Reduced crop and fruit size, but fruit still good.
Minneola tangelo. Fruit small and inedible. To remove.
Yuzu lemon. Doesn't apear infected.
Meyer lemon. Doesn't appear infected.
Rough lemonn. Doesn't appear infected.
Tahitian lime. Doesn't appear infected.
Page orange. Died last year.
Hamlin orange. Smaller crop. fruit still good.
Fallglo tangelo. Fruit still good, maybe a little smaller size.
Cara Cara Red Navel. Doesn't appear infected.
So, these are my personal experiences. i have sprayed with liquid fertilzer and applied soldid fertilizer. No effort to control psyllids. I have no knowledge whether rootstock or other factors may influence results. At least for now, I still have some trees that continue to produce.