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Water fruit trees sufficiently

Water fruit trees sufficiently

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Water fruit trees sufficiently

Especially with fruit-trees you might think that they can survive longer periods of drought more easily than other plants. But that is not the case with certain types of fruit. So you should apple trees always water sufficiently, This is not only superficially important, but to a depth of 20 centimeters.

At least once a week
This should always be checked, especially in summer. Plum trees that are considered to be particularly undemanding should also be watered extensively at least once a week. If you do not do this, you will notice this very quickly in the quality of the fruit.

But other fruits also need a lot of water. This includes raspberries as well as strawberries. With raspberries, the soil should always be kept moist from flowering to ripening.

Mulch as an aid
After that you don't have to water a lot. Strawberries can even cause permanent damage if not watered regularly. By the way: To limit the watering a bit and also to suppress water evaporation, a layer of mulch is not the worst.


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