Question: Oranges


This year my oranges, for the most part, fall from the tree and are split on the bottom, not because of the fall, but because so also on the tree.
Why?

Answer: Oranges


Dear Roberto,
usually this drawback occurs when citrus plants suffer abrupt water stresses, or periods of complete drought, followed by abundant watering (or rain); to overcome this problem in general, the orange groves are watered with a drip system throughout the year, so as to keep the waterings more or less constant throughout the year.