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losing the year's yield. Lemon tree pruning should occur after it has produced the fall harvest to give it plenty of time to recover prior to the next season's harvest. If you live in a warm climate, you have a bit more leeway on exactly when to prune; just don't do it when it's roasting hot. For everyone else, February through April are the best pruning months. On the whole, however, you can prune any time the tree is producing flowers.
Lemon trees are extremely sensitive to over watering, only thing you can do is make sure you have good drainage. Dig channels at low points to make sure ground water moves away. Just a small point, you posted your question on the Cars & Trucks section, you may be missing some better solutions by posting here, however, I've raised a few lemon trees in Spain and in my front room in London so I have a little experience in this area.
Cut them up for whatever use you have in mind (pie, etc.) Put them in a plastic container and add some lemon juice. That will keep the apples from turning brown. Then pop on the lid and put in the freezer.