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Pollination Fruits and Nuts

Pollination Fruits and Nuts

Pollination Fruits and Nuts
Pollination Fruits and Nuts

Pollination of fruit and nuts in the pollination of fruit trees, trees with dry fruits (nuts), vines and brambles to small fruits is really a question of good-neighborliness. The gardener who has a small ground is more limited in the choice and the location of the trees that the one who possesses vast spaces.

Rare are those who can plant more than two or three species of trees. To be successful, it must take account of the species that can fertilize themselves and agents, which promote the pollination.

As the fruit trees have a longer life than the vegetables, the choice of their location is more important. Their usefulness often can be increased by considering the decorative aspect and the shadow that they provide. The apple trees, plum, cherry and pear trees in flowers are so beautiful that it can use as trees of ornament.

The walnut just as the apple and pear will of the shadow.

If the field is not large enough for several trees, made a list of trees it FRU IERS and trees with dry fruits which grow on the neighboring land. Several of them will be able to be good pollinators for the trees that you want to plant. The fruit trees and trees with dry fruits will grow better if they are planted in groups of two or three of the same species.

For some varieties, it is even imperative, because they will bear little fruit without an agent of pollination. However, as important as that may be the pollination, it is only one element of a whole. The trees in good health benefit more from a good neighborliness that the diseased trees.

They also produce more pollen.

This applies to all the trees, large or small. After you have defined the location of the Orchard, the first year will be devoted to the preparation of the soil. If possible, choose a slope, well ventilated and well drained. There is nothing that a tree hate more than a hard crust and a basement soggy.

Grow a plant that nourishes the soil, for example of the Rye, vetch or soya beans, and digs with a manure well decomposed. Leave the decomposition is done because the trees do not like manure not decomposed or organic materials around their roots. In the forests, organic materials are deposited on the ground and only the decomposed humus accesses the roots. The trees are planted in the fall, but it is possible to plant in the spring.

We will take care, however, not to plant too late in the fall, because the freeze could jeopardize the success of the planting. The trees will be planted when the soil will be ready to receive them. A ground, which quickly absorbs the water, is ideal.

Pollination of fruit and nuts in the pollination of fruit trees, trees with dry fruits (nuts), vines and brambles to small fruits is really a question of good-neighborliness. The gardener who has a small ground is more limited in the choice and the location of the trees that the one who possesses vast spaces.

Rare are those who can plant more than two or three species of trees. To be successful, it must take account of the species that can fertilize themselves and agents, which promote the pollination. As the fruit trees have a longer life than the vegetables, the choice of their location is more important.

Their usefulness can often be increased by considering the decorative aspect and the shadow that they provide. The apple trees, plum, cherry and pear trees in flowers are so beautiful that it can use as trees of ornament. The walnut just as the apple and pear will of the shadow.

Fruits

If the field is not large enough for several trees, made a list of trees it FRUITS and trees with dry fruits, which grow on the neighboring land. Several of them will be able to be good pollinators for the trees that you want to plant.

The fruit trees and trees with dry fruits will grow better if they are planted in groups of two or three of the same species for some varieties, it is even imperative because they will bear little fruit without an agent of pollination. However, as important as that may be the pollination, it is only one element of a whole. The trees in good health benefit more from a good neighborliness that the diseased trees. They also produce more pollen. This applies to all the trees, large or small.

After you have defined the location of the Orchard, the first year will be devoted to the preparation of the soil. If possible, choose a slope, well ventilated and well drained. There is nothing that a tree hate more than a hard crust and a basement soggy.

Grow a plant that nourishes the soil, for example of the Rye, vetch or soya beans, and digs with a manure well decomposed. Leave the decomposition is done because the trees do not like manure not decomposed or organic materials around their roots. In the forests, organic materials are deposited on the ground and only the decomposed humus accesses the roots.

The trees are planted in the fall, but it is possible to plant in the spring. We will take care, however, not to plant too late in the fall, because the freeze could jeopardize the success of the planting. The trees will be planted when the soil will be ready to receive them. A ground, which quickly absorbs the water, is ideal.

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