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Growing fruit trees at home is not as difficult as everyone terms them to be, they are just like any other plant with a few specific requirements. Growing fruit trees from fruit seeds might be a long process but it can be equally rewarding.


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  • Sapota Plant (Chiku) Sapota Plant
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While fruit trees can be grown from seeds of fruits, the chances of germination can be pretty low and the whole process can be disheartening. Ugaoo is one of the most trusted sellers of fruit seeds online. The seeds are non-GMO and completely organic and are harvested from the best quality samples for high yield and healthy produce.

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So what sets apart growing fruit plants from growing ornamental plants in your home garden?
1.Fruit seeds need to be germinated in seedling pots in a mix of well-draining good quality cocopeat and vermicompost mixed in the ratio 1:1.
2.Before you sow fruit seeds, water the germination potting mix and let all the excess water drain out so that you are left with a moist but not soggy potting mix.
3.Push your fruit seeds into the cocopeat and vermicompost mix with your fingers. The seeds should be at the depth of twice the size of the fruits you want to grow.
4.For watermelon seeds that are shaped like a water drop, make sure the pointy end faces upwards while the curved end is towards the bottom.
5.For papaya seeds that are round in shape the direction of seed sowing doesn't have an impact.
6.Make sure that you do not compress the mix on top of the seeds but keep it loosely packed.
7.Keep the seedling tray in a well ventilated and warm place indoors and do not let the top soil dry out.
8.Use a spoon or a misting spray to wet the potting mix and keep it moist.
9.After a few weeks you will see the seeds sprout and show their first set of leaves. At this point shift your germinating fruit seeds to an area that is well-ventilated and gets plenty of indirect light through the day. For eg a window sill or a shelf in a north or east facing balcony.
10.Keep the potting mix moist at all times to ensure that your germinating fruit seeds does not die of dehydration.
11.Once the fruit saplings it thrice the height of the seedling pot, move it to a bigger planter.
You can use either a slightly larger planter (4 to 6 inches) or transfer it to its final planter ( 12 inches by 18 inches depth)
12.Use a potting mix that is equal quantities Ugaoo garden soil, Ugaoo vermicompost and Ugaoo cocopeat.
13.Make sure your fruit plant gets at least 5-6 hours of sunlight and introduce it to the sun gradually to avoid dieback of fruit plants.
14.Keep the soil moist at all times but not soggy. Give your plants grown from watermelon seeds a trellis to grow and do not prune your plants grown from papaya seeds.
The harvesting time for all fruit seeds for sale differs from species to species.

Ugaoo is a trusted seller of fruit seeds online India and sells the best quality fruit seeds for the same.


FAQs

Which are the best fruit plants?

India is home to a wide variety of fruit plants, including both tropical and temperate species. Some of the best fruit plants to grow in India include: Mango: Mango is one of the most popular and beloved fruits in India. It is native to the region and grows well in many parts of the country. Banana: Bananas are another popular fruit in India, and they are grown in many parts of the country. They are easy to grow and require minimal maintenance. Guava: Guava is a tropical fruit that is native to India and grows well in many parts of the country. It is high in vitamin C and has a sweet, refreshing flavour. Papaya: Papaya is a tropical fruit that grows well in India's warm, humid climate. It is high in vitamin C and has a sweet, juicy flesh. Pineapple: Pineapple is another tropical fruit that grows well in India. It is high in vitamin C and has a sweet, tropical flavour.

Which are the easiest fruit plants to grow?

There are several fruit plants that are easy to grow at home in India, including: Mango: Mango is one of the most popular and beloved fruits in India, and it is also relatively easy to grow at home. It grows well in many parts of the country and requires minimal maintenance. Banana: Banana is another easy-to-grow fruit plant in India. It is native to the region and grows well in many parts of the country. Papaya: Papaya is a tropical fruit that grows well in India's warm, humid climate. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. Lemon: Lemon is a citrus fruit that grows well in many parts of India. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. Orange: Orange is another citrus fruit that grows well in India. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance.

What fruit plants can be grown at home?

There are several fruit plants that can be easily grown at home in India, including: Mango: Mango is one of the most popular and beloved fruits in India, and it is also relatively easy to grow at home. It grows well in many parts of the country and requires minimal maintenance. Banana: Banana is another easy-to-grow fruit plant in India. It is native to the region and grows well in many parts of the country. Papaya: Papaya is a tropical fruit that grows well in India's warm, humid climate. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. Lemon: Lemon is a citrus fruit that grows well in many parts of India. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. Orange: Orange is another citrus fruit that grows well in India. It is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance.

Which fertiliser must be used for fruit plants?

Fruit plants generally require a well-balanced fertiliser to ensure optimal growth and fruit production. The specific fertiliser that you should use for your fruit plants will depend on the type of plants you are growing and the soil conditions in your garden. One organic complete plant fertiliser is Ugaoo Plant tonic. Some general guidelines for fertilising fruit plants include: Use a fertiliser that is high in nitrogen to promote leaf growth. Nitrogen is an essential nutrient for plant growth and is important for the production of chlorophyll, which is necessary for photosynthesis. Use a fertiliser that is high in phosphorus to promote root growth and flower production. Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for plant growth and is important for the production of flowers, fruit, and seeds. Use a fertiliser that is high in potassium to promote overall plant health and disease resistance. Potassium is an essential nutrient for plant growth and is important for the regulation of water and nutrient uptake. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application rates and frequency. Over-fertilising can be harmful to plants and can lead to excess foliage growth at the expense of fruit production. Consider using organic fertilisers, such as Ugaoo vermicompost or well-rotted Ugaoo cow manure, as an alternative to synthetic fertilisers. Organic fertilisers are slow-release and can help to improve soil structure and fertility over time. One other great option is Ugaoo fertiliser pellets. It is also a good idea to conduct a soil test to determine the nutrient content of your soil before applying fertiliser. This will help you to determine which nutrients your plants may be lacking and how to best fertilise your plants to meet their needs.

Where to buy fruit plants?

Before buying fruit plants, it is important to research the seller to ensure that they are reputable and that the plants they are selling are of good quality. You should also carefully read the details of the plants to ensure that they are suitable for your climate and growing conditions. Ugaoo is India’s most trusted and reputable gardening brand that sells a variety of fruit plants online that will be delivered directly to your doorstep.