Hello everyone, I am new to the forum, found it while researching the many problems I have with my Calamondin orange tree. Hope you can help! The tree was given to us as a house warming present by my grandmother so I am quite attached to it. Unfortunately I have a few problems: 1) The primary problem I have is, it has whiteflies! I have used an organic insecticide before (since I do use the fruit to make jams) but it is quite expensive to use since I practically have to use one bottle a month. It worked fine, but was wondering if there is an alternative. The whiteflies problem has now grown (much more whiteflies) since I have not used the insecticide for a while. Some leaves have black mold, some branches have no leaves, some leaves are yellow... you name it, I probably have it! The good news is, it is still producing flowers and fruit and new leaves, so maybe it is still not too late! Help? I don't mind cleaning it by hand or even using something that is not organic... as long as it is not something I have to fear for my health while applying. 2) Based on the problem above, I would love to put the plant inside to save it (after I can kill all the critters). My questions here are: Can I put it in a smaller planter? Can I try reducing the roots, you know like bonsai style, to reduce the planter size? Can I prune it significantly to try and create a fuller tree? When can I do the pruning and repotting? I do live in a quite hot climate so the weather is never too cold (temperature varies from maybe 10 celsius in December to 32 celsius in spring/summer and we live in an apartment facing north (so little to no direct sun most of the year) and the tree currently receive direct sun only from April to maybe August. I am including some pictures of everything described above. Thanks in advance for all your comments and help!