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I recently moved to a new home which has some lovely citrus planted. They seem about 4 years old and are getting some TLC they may have missed out on. They have strawberry plants all around them. Is that wise? Should the strawberry plants be removed and let the citrus grow without fighting for nutrients, moisture etc? The same situation applies to some pip fruit trees as well

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Yes you are best to keep the area under your citrus clear from the berries as they are heavy feeders and so are strawberries. Planting Tansy is a good idea though under Lemons to repel white fly.

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