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I have a lime tree in my yard (have lived here a year) and

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I have a lime tree in my yard (have lived here a year) and lightly fertilize with used Feline Pine cat litter monthly (nitrogen). As a result the tree is loaded with new fruit, and am wondering if I should remove some of the young limes so the tree will not be loaded down, and the rest can ripen healthily (delicious fruit!)?
Hello, A citrus tree will actually shed excess blossoms and young fruit in order to protect itself. So it is not necessary for you to thin out the fruit the tree will naturally do that. Thank You tom Please click accept.
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