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I have 6 citrus trees which I treat same way but 2 of them have this problem and about 3 months ago 1 smaller has not survived. As a fertilizer I use agro nitrogen - phosphorus - potassium: 5 - 6 – 6 and they are grown indoor.

If you have additional questions, pleas ask me.

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  • this link to many question and answers about nutrient deficiency in citrus gardening.stackexchange.com/search?q=citrus+deficiency . Your plants seem to have Iron/Manganese deficiency brought on by alkaline soil ph or heavy flower/fruit production. – kevinsky Aug 9 '15 at 14:30
  • So what are possible solutions? – Luxqs Aug 9 '15 at 15:57
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  • Thanks for the articles. I will find better sunny place for it. About soil, what should I measure (what numbers I should get - PH...), so I could see where is exact problem. Or if you know from picture what additives it needs, feel free to write it. – Luxqs Aug 10 '15 at 10:51