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The easiest way to kill a fruit tree

The easiest way to kill a fruit tree


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The easiest way to kill a fruit tree is to cut off all the branches and let the tree die on its own. If you are looking to plant more fruit trees this may be the best choice for you. To plant a fruit tree you must buy a ball of seedless, non-grafted rootstock and a single fruit from a reputable nursery. A reputable nursery has been in business a long time and will have fruit trees grown on the most suitable rootstock. In most cases they will give you advice and you don't need to know much about it. I have found that most seedlings from nurseries are not as fast growing and as successful as the trees we are familiar with in many parts of the world. As soon as the tree is planted it should be placed in an area with plenty of water. The seedling should grow into a tree in about three to five years, depending on the temperature and other climatic factors. Some are even quicker.

**Planting fruit trees:** There are two types of fruit trees available. One is a quick growing tree, like a pomegranate, that fruit in one year. The other is a slower growing tree, like an apple, that fruits every year for five or more years. For a quick growing tree you will need a ball of rootstock for a tree with a similar climate. A good nursery should be able to supply you with a variety of rootstocks suitable for your climate.

The easiest way to plant a fruit tree is to buy a ball of rootstock and buy the fruit from a nursery. There are several ways you can plant a fruit tree. A good nursery will give you advice on how to do this. However, I have found the easiest method to be to take a tree that has had fruit. Pick up the tree by its bottom, place in a wheelbarrow and wheel it to a flat spot. There you cut off the trunk to about two metres. It's a good idea to soak the cut tree in a bucket of water for a couple of hours to prevent the soil from drying out.

After soaking the tree, make a hole in the soil for the rootstock, at the same time making sure the trunk is pointed in the right direction. The direction the rootstock will grow in will depend on the fruit the tree will bear. If it will bear apples or pears, the roots will grow downwards. If it will bear grapes or quinces, the roots should grow upwards. It's a good idea to plant the tree with its root in a corner of the ground to help control the direction the tree will grow in. Plant the tree with the root in the hole, fill with soil and water and the rest is up to Mother Nature. I've found by planting like this my trees have performed well.

**Planting fruit trees in blocks of five:** For a quick growing tree I find planting in blocks of five is the best way to plant. I just take a spade, dig a small hole in the ground and drop in the fruit tree, filling the hole with soil and water. If you find you have problems with pest damage you can just plant a few extra fruit trees and be sure you keep a closer eye on them.

A number of fruit trees can be grown in blocks of five. The most popular are:

**Epal**

**Apricot**

**Blueberry**

**Blackberry**

**Cherry**

**Pear**

**Planting fruit trees by the foot:** Take a spade and dig a hole three times the size of the roots you wish to plant in the ground. Next take the tree by the bottom (this is usually the trunk) and place it in the hole. Fill the hole with soil and water and you have your new tree. I tend to plant them by the foot, three metres apart, in blocks of five.

Another method is to use a hand trowel to dig a hole about a metre wide, and then fill with soil and water. Once the soil is nice and moist you can place the tree in the hole, then water and soil the area again, watering until the soil is damp.

When planting fruit trees in this way, it is a good idea to cut the tree in half, with the branches facing down and with the top being placed at ground level. This will allow you to access the tree in its natural position, rather than having to bend down to the ground. I'd also recommend planting the tree this way to avoid having the limbs grow into the ground. Some species, such as peach and plum, tend to grow into the ground as their limbs become more and more swollen with age. This can result in an unsightly and possibly unsprittable mess.

Other fruit trees which can be planted in blocks of five include:

**Avocado**

Start with two plantings, one at the foot of the tree, and one at 15 metres distance. Avocados are one of the trickier trees to grow due to their tendency to produce fruit with hard shells. A lot of heat is required to force them to form these hard outer shells.

Avocados are often used as a living fence.Apabila buahnya matang, daunnya mati dan jatuh ke tanah. Yang tinggal ialah batangnya, selalunya kelihatan sangat sihat. Saya telah menggunakan batang alpukat untuk membantu menjauhkan arnab dari taman saya, terutamanya apabila pagar tidak sesuai.

**Aprikot**

Pokok ini sangat mirip dengan alpukat kerana ia tumbuh besar, selalunya tinggi 20–30 meter. Buahnya mudah tumbuh dan terdapat dalam warna hijau kecil, hitam, kuning atau oren. Beberapa jenis ini boleh digunakan untuk membuat jem dan jeli.

**oren cina**

Seperti saudara terdekatnya, oren, varieti Cina ini mempunyai daun tebal yang biasanya berkilat. Buahnya lebih kecil, tetapi boleh menjadi lebih berkualiti daripada oren. Pokok ini ditanam untuk kualiti hiasannya dan bukannya buahnya, dan pokok-pokok akan tumbuh hingga 20 meter atau lebih.

Pokoknya tahan lasak ke zon 8.

### Pokok buah-buahan yang hanya mempunyai satu tanaman dalam setahun

Jika anda ingin menanam pokok yang akan menghasilkan buah sepanjang tahun anda lebih baik menanam varieti yang tidak mempunyai dorman musim sejuk yang biasa. Sebaliknya mereka mungkin mempunyai beberapa sifat lain yang akan menangguhkan berbunga selama beberapa bulan. Ini bermanfaat kerana dua sebab. Pertama, ia memberi masa kepada tumbuhan untuk berbuah dan masak sebelum cuaca berubah, sekali gus mengelakkan masalah seperti kejatuhan tunas musim sejuk atau kecederaan musim sejuk.

Satu lagi cara untuk menangguhkan berbunga adalah dengan menyimpan tumbuhan di bawah naungan. Pokok buah-buahan tidak seperti sayur-sayuran kerana bunganya tidak tumbuh pada musim panas. Pokok buah-buahan direka untuk menghasilkan buah di tanah yang kosong dan sejuk, apabila matahari tidak mencapai bunga. Memandangkan ia terlalu panas dan kering pada musim panas untuk pokok buah-buahan berbuah, mereka meletakkan tenaga mereka ke dalam pengeluaran bunga. Pokok menaungi tumbuhan lain atau mempunyai kesan meneduhkan pokok lain, yang memberikan perlindungan selanjutnya. Walaupun anda tidak menanam pokok atau sayur-sayuran yang menghasilkan buah-buahan lain, anda perlu menyimpan pokok buah-buahan di bawah naungan selama satu atau dua bulan selepas tempoh dorman musim panas untuk memastikan ia tidak berbunga apabila panas musim panas meningkat. Ini mungkin bermakna anda perlu menyediakan tempat perlindungan atau struktur bumbung untuk pokok pada musim panas. Jika anda menyediakan sebarang jenis perlindungan, pokok buah-buahan perlu berada di bawah naungannya.

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