Hi, I live in Douglasville, Georgia ( USA ). I have a 1 year old grapefruit tree which is of the common store variety. I started the tree off from a seed and it has survived 1 winter and is heading into it's second year! Yea! I started this tree to see if I could grow it directly from fruit to dirt only allowing 2 days to dry out the seed. Anyway here's the odd happening I need help with. The tree started off growing normal. It's leaves were of normal size for a sappling. but just in the last few weeks the tree has went into growth overdrive. It has grown about 1 foot taller but thats not the only strange thing, the new leaves are about 20 times bigger than the leaves below the growth overdrive line. The tree is now a little over 4 foot now. Should I lop off the new "overdrive" growth" or should I leave it be. I don't want the tree to be sickly or die on me as this is my first attempt at a grapefruit tree. ( Grapefruit trees don't grow in Georgia but mine is in a huge pot with wheels so I can move it in bad or cold weather. Thanks for any advice or help!! Rolan.