I'm running into a problem and would appreciate some help and guidance.
Lasts year I purchased three Citrus trees produced by the Rio Grande Nursery, Inc. and consist of:
All three are planted in large containers which I bring inside when ever the out side temperature threatens to drop below 45Â°F and they have been growing well. I used a store bought garden potting mix, I do not recall the exact brand, and the trees are kept out side in my front yard where they are partially shaded by live oak and the other garden plantings include Roses and a Weeping Willow. Geographically, I'm in Young county in North Central Texas. For fertilizer, I've only used dry poultry or rabbit manure.
Prior to getting these trees, I learned that USDA regulations limit the transportation of any citrus across state lines of states where citrus is grown commercially. This made it a bit more difficult to find a source, but these trees were shipped from South Texas and arrived healthy.
Last year, I noticed that some of the leaves of the Seto Satsuma and Everhard Navel Orange which started out smooth began to wrinkle. Apart from this, nothing else was wrong with the three trees.
This year, the Seto Satsuma and Everhard Navel Orange both put on a nice growth spurt and the Seto Satsuma even flowered. But, the wrinkling of the leaves has worsened:
By contrast, apart from some leaf loss, the Mexican Lime is doing fine and is just showing signs of getting back to growing.
Can anyone please let me know what is going on and how to remedy it.