January 18, 2021
How To Plant Guava Tree Anywhere in The World

How To Plant Guava Tree Anywhere in The World

  • Guava is a tropical American fruit, it has yellow skin and redish-pink flesh. This fruit very lamp any all over the globe, and also very available here in Africa. You can buy it your nearest market or Plant it, if you’re a lover of this fruit, here i want to show you how to plant Guava tree in your house/land and eat it anytime its available. You can also set up a Guava Plantation if you have enough land, sell them and make huge amount of money during its season.

Requirements:

1) Guava Seeds or One whole Guava fruit if available
2) Planter/Bucket or a small piece of land.
3) Loamy soil (Soil to fill the Planter/Bucket).
4) Water

Step-By-Step Guide on Planting a Guava Seed in a Planter/Bucket

Get your Guava seeds available and ready. You know it could be really hard to separate each guava seed, as its damn tiny. The seeds of Guava Fruit is hidden inside the flesh, so you will have to put out the skin and flesh of the Guava fruit so it will remain mainly the seeds.

• Fill your planter/bucket with loamy soil tii it gets to half.
• With your finger or any available tool, open about 2 to 3 inches hole in the planter/bucket.
• Put the seeds you got from the Guava into the hole and cover with soil.
• Irrigate the planter till it get wet, but not water-logged.
• Now, wait for up to 3 weeks or even longer, so that the seed could germinate, its not a quick-to-germinate plant.
It will germinate massively, because you planted many seeds.
• Once its about 7 to 9 inches, you transplant it from the nursery to its permanent position and don’t stop to water it every evening.
• You can only stop watering your plant once it get to around 2.6 feet.

Step-By-Step Guide in Planting a Guava Seed in a Piece of Land

This option is strictly for those who may not have Planter/Bucket in their home.

• Get your Guava seed ready as illustrated above.
• Located an area of land that is open to the sun
• With a hand trowel or Shovel, open the soil to around 3 inches and insert the guava seed in to the earth and cover with soil.
• Cover that spot with dried leaves and water that same spot.
• Now, wait for 3 weeks or longer for the seed to germinate, its not a quick-to-germinate one.
It will germinate massively, because you planted many seeds.
• Once its about 7 to 9 inches, you transplant it from the nursery to its permanent position and don’t stop to water it every evening.
• You can only stop watering your plant once it get to around 2.6 feet.

Things to Do and Avoid

• Do not over irrigate the soil or leave it water-logged, it will make the seeds decay instead of germination
• Do not fail to water it every evening, Guava is not a strong plant.
• Protect from Domestic animals and insects.

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