- Oct 23, 2017
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I have a Meyer's lemon tree I grew from a nursery seedling. It's about 8 years old and started bearing fruit about 3 years ago. It's a very healthy tree, about 400 lemons per season, the leaves are dark, it has no visible pests, fungus or disease and it is not an over-root, meaning it has a single main trunk not a root off-shoot. The problem is every year each lemon is almost all seeds meaning it has 20-30 seeds in each lemon, and the fruit is very bitter, almost a gamey taste, definitely inedible/unjuiceable. Does anyone know if this can be rectified?