Learn How to Plant Avocado from the Seed and Have a Fruit Tree in Your Backyard

Learn How to Plant Avocado from the Seed and Have a Fruit Tree in Your Backyard

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Today, we're excited to share with you a quick and easy way to learn how to plant avocados by the pit and have a fruit tree in your backyard. 

In this article, we are going to follow the step by step presented in the video "How to Plant Avocados in the easiest and fastest way, step by step" from the "World Click" channel. 

So let's dive into this gardening adventure and learn how to grow this delicious fruit at home!

Step 1: Preparing the Pit

The first step is to cut the avocado in half and remove the pit. You will need a disposable cup and some toothpicks. 

Place four toothpicks around the pit so that it hangs from the cup. Add water until the bottom of the pit is covered. 

Remember to change the water every three or four days to avoid problems such as the proliferation of the dengue mosquito.

Step 2: Preparing the Pot

While the pit develops roots in the water, you can prepare the pot for planting. 

It is recommended to use repurposed ice cream pots, perforated in the bottom to ensure good drainage. 

A blanket or layer of expanded clay or gravel can be added to the bottom of the pot to improve drainage. 

This will help prevent the substrate from becoming overly wet during watering.

Step 3: Preparing the Substrate

For the healthy growth of your avocado seedling, a substrate rich in nutrients is essential. 

You can prepare a quality substrate by mixing vegetable soil, castor bean cake, bone meal and perlite. 

Make sure the pot is filled with this substrate before proceeding.

Step 4: Planting the Seedling

With the substrate ready, it's time to plant the seedling. 

Remove the pit from the water, which should have developed roots. 

Plant the avocado pit deep enough to completely cover it. 

Make sure the soil is well compacted around the pit.

Step 5: Care and Maintenance

After planting, keep the soil moist but not soggy. 

Place the pot in a location that receives direct sunlight for optimal plant development. 

Remember that the avocado tree will need time to grow and develop, so be patient.

Now that you've learned how to plant avocados by the pit, you're well on your way to having a fruit tree in your backyard. 

Remember to take good care of your plant, and in a few years, you'll be able to enjoy delicious avocados grown in your own home. 

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