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Containerized citrus trees can be planted throughout the year, as you are transferring the tree and there is no shock involved.

For Planting In Ground

Pick a spot with 50% or more sun on well drained soil or soil mix. Preferably where it will have protection in winter from cold north and west winds. Avoid septic talnks and drain lines. Clear away any weeds and grass. Have water available. Dig hole larger than container. Remove three from container. Shave away fiber roots from the side of root ball (Important). Place tree in hole, keep top of root ball same level as the existing ground level, no deeper (Important). Fill 1/2 full with water, then fill with remaining soil to ground level, pack soil to remove air pockets.


KeyPlex Citrus HG Nutritional

KeyPlex Citrus HG
KeyPlex Citrus HG - 32 oz. Plant Micronutrient Nutritional

KeyPlex Direct is introducing KeyPlex Citrus HG, which is a consumer version of KeyPlex’s highly regarded micronutrient formulation that’s been used by commercial citrus growers throughout the state of Florida. Sign up now to be put on the waiting list for product and event information. If you happen to see a pink flamingo in your travels don't be alarmed... It's part of the promotion! Find us on facebook and tell us where you've had a sighting!

KeyPlex Citrus HG is a formulation of micronutrients most often found deficient in Florida Citrus. It contains alpha-keto acids, which may facilitate utilization of micronutrients, and increase resistance to environmental stress. It also contains humic acid, which may enhance soil micronutrient availability. KeyPlex Citrus HG is formulated for foliar application to prevent and correct micronutrient deficiencies when used as directed

Applications of KeyPlex Citrus HG on a routine basis may:

  • Reduce tree stress, and increase growth and vigor, so the tree can produce healthy fruit that tastes great!
  • University of Florida IFAS recommends that maintaining proper nutritional levels in citrus may promote resistance to certain diseases of citrus.