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Questions about mysterious citrus trees

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Along with the increased plantings of citrus trees in the area over the past several years, inquiries about certain thorny, citrus trees with large lemon-like fruit have been coming to my office. In the last two weeks I have had two samples of the unknown lemon tree brought in for identification. This is easy.  The tree in question is the trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliate)

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