MEYER LEMON: VERY JUICY, BUT NO SEEDS!

Agriculture|March 2020

MEYER LEMON: VERY JUICY, BUT NO SEEDS!
IN EARLY JULY, 2019, an ambassador who is busy traveling to different places all the time felt it was better for him to leave his Meyer lemon under our care so it will not deteriorate. The plant was planted in a medium-sized rubberized container for about a year when it was delivered to us. Before leaving it with us, he scattered two handfuls of slow release fertilizer on the surface of the growing medium.
ZAC B. SARIAN

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March 2020