Question about my lemon and orange trees that were treated for mites?

My 1 lemon and orange trees were just treated for spider mites and leaf miner? do i remove all the fruit so next years crop can grow

  3 answers
  • Shoshana Shoshana on Jan 31, 2018
    I would leave them. They'll fall when ready, or you can pick them as you normally would.

  • Alice Elaine Lord Alice Elaine Lord on Jan 31, 2018
    I grew up in a grove and they sprayed every year. It keeps the fruit from being deformed. We ate them and they picked and packed them. Just wash them.

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    • Find out exactly what they used, then research it. Next time you need to have sprayed, see if there are organic options. You live and learn, I would never let anyone treat my trees before knowing what they were using, if it is potentially toxic and whether or not the fruit would be edible.

  • Alice Elaine Lord Alice Elaine Lord on Jan 31, 2018
    Well us dummies ate them and my mom died at 99 and I'm pretty old. Maybe they use something else