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In your garden, fruit trees can be an attractive feature and there is always the possibility of getting
fruit in season. There's that extraordinary time in spring when the dead twigs of wintertime erupt
into perfumed blossoms which will become the ripe fruits of autumn.
The real wonder of the trees is that you will never need magic tricks and incantations to keep
them healthy. Fruit trees require a few simple necessities to keep them in tip top condition that
can easily be provided by almost any person.
Fall Through Early Spring
You should place a safety mesh around the bottom level of young fruit trees in particular. Netting
or mesh will prevent the bark being nibbled by rodents during the winter when these creatures will
seek out alternative food sources.
In winter, sun rays reflecting off the snow's surface and warming up the trunk of your fruit tree
(especially saplings) can damage or kill the tree. Paint the base of the trunk using a 50/50 blend
of white latex paint and water as a safeguard. The bark of fruit trees may be cracked from cold air
and extremely cold winds. Cracks and fissures in the bark are located by harmful insects which
then hole up in them and create a threat to the health of your tree.
When the temperature goes over 4 degrees Celsius, it is time for some spring cleaning. Look after
the trees since the blowing wind is not too strong. Using garden shears you could make your tree
into a stylish shape and open out the top centre of the tree. Maintain horizontal limbs approx 10 to
15 cms away from each other to allow air circulation.
Cleanly cut away any branches that are diseased or old and trim any shoots straight after they
have appeared. Don't cut the bottom branches that grow up horizontally, as those have the
potential of carrying fruits. Work with special devices to check the heights of the trees and then
trim the vertical branches to have the same length as the horizontal ones. This is going to ensure
the maximum supply of fruit.
Make sure to soak the trees. If you want healthy fruit, you must water the trees to ensure that they
grow strong and can resist the harmful insects and the diseases, specifically when the buds start
to grow. This is essential if you want to have delectable fruit maturing in spring and summer.
Branches are often encouraged to grow straight through the use of supports. Be sure the
horizontal limbs don't shade each other and thus not receive the most amount of light and bear
more fruit. In order to increase the productivity of the trees, you can spread them manually using
the special devices or by linking them one to another using ropes. However, you should always let
the tree to grow on its own until the age of four.
Pollination is an essential part of the growing process. While your fruits are growing, you can
boost its efficiency by applying a special substance (usually available from your local store) to the
trees that attracts the bees. Experts recommend to add this to the trees only right after sundown,
or in the early morning.
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