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#362620 Dec 20th, 2012 at 09:21 AM
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and it is depositing it on nearby furniture. Is this normal, or symptomatic of something? Thanks.

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Welcome, John. Do check closely for small insects. Different types drop a sweet substance called honeydew. And I am not sure if citrus is among the plants that will emit sap on its own. But many trees do when the conditions are ripe for it; temps mostly. I would either move the plant or the furniture away from it and also lay something out around it to protect from whatever it is dropping.
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Thanks for your help, Tina!


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