My question being, four large orange trees in our village were killed, we suspect after talking to the health authority that it is most likely to have been a round up type of spray.
How long would you recommend we leave the ground/soil before replanting more orange trees.
The ones that we had to pulled out were approximately 20 years olds, so very well established and well rooted, so we need to know if the soil needs an extended period of rest and if it is safe to replant orange trees in there at all.
Would really appreciate your advise on this matter.
Do you think we need to get the soil treated and or tested?, and if so who in Tauranga would we get to do this for us and is their a large cost involved.
All help and advise greatly appreciated.
Regards Janine.

  • Janine Scheuber asked 4 years ago
  • last edited 4 years ago
  • You must to post comments

Hi Janine, That’s no good!! Glyphosate is biodegrable that once it is in the soil it is no longer active, you are safe to plant straight away.

Thanks the Palmers Team

  • You must to post comments
Showing 1 result
Your Answer

Please first to submit.