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Young citrus trees require water at least once a week and more mature trees should be watered about every two to four weeks. Adjust for wetter or dryer weather.
Citrus trees doesnt need much watering, twice or thrice in a week is more than enough for them in California.Nourishing them with some fertilizers would be a very good thing.
I'd say about three times a week. Three times a week should be plenty to help the citrus trees thrive in the great california sun.
Citrus trees should be planted such that they have good drainage, and should be watered relatively often. The trees themselves should not have soil that is flooded, but instead moist to the touch.
My best guess would be to water them twice a day. Once in the morning and once in the evening.
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