Foot Rot on a Citrus Tree. This is a fungus that can kill a healthy tree quickly if gone untreated. This is commonly found in mature citrus trees in low lying areas or in yards that receive too much water. Once this fungus takes over, you can expect to see small lesions forming on the trunk, and spreading up through the branches. If you notice bark beginning "peel" on any part of your citrus trees, it is time to act. Treatment of this fungus is successful in most instances when caught before damage becomes too great. Call today or Contact Us.
4/19/2021 02:42:09 pm
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