Gardeners and planners can find important issues about gardening under this article. When setting up your garden we recommend you to show the necessary sensitivity by making evaluations on these topics.
Planting Area Preparation
The prominence of the planting area preparations emerged after the garden was established.
Timing and sorting steps are very important. If you do the right sorting at the wrong time, this problem can be very problematic to solve. The best time for ground preparation is in the middle of summer. The earth is dry and fragments easily; hot air and dry soil allow sunbathing to dry the soil and leave enough time for all kinds of preparations.
If your land is covered with weeds, wait for it to dry before processing the soil. If you remove the weeds from the root, the drying process is accelerated. Straightening the soil without removing weeds will cause the pieces of large unmodified weeds to become trapped in the soil. Since the grass between the soils then decomposes and produces methane gas, it presents danger for young and wet trees. If you do the disassembly after the soil has been processed, it will not be enough to clean the weeds.
Fertilization Before Sowing
If calcium sulphate, fertilizers, phosphates or other soil changes are recommended, it can be applied before preparing the soil for planting.
Soil preparation for planting
We can crack the soil if you use a deep remover, back scoop or plow to strengthen the front earthing and drainage. We should not leave potholes open for too long unless necessary. If the pit is allowed to dry, a solid layer usually forms around the pit. This layer prevents water and root movements. (This also applies to tree planting pits.)
In the late spring, watering with enough water is necessary to ensure that the planting area is settled and sufficient moisture is available for its drying. winter rains in some regions in Turkey, is usually sufficient to irrigate an orchard. After a strong irrigation, disassembly and digging are a good protection against soil settlement and planting problems.
It is highly recommended for every fruit garden planting of soil before planting, but it is particularly advantageous for re-planting. Also, some drying methods, especially in heavy soils, are strong and lasting. Soil toxicity test may need to be done before planting.
Take care that the roots are moist during planting.
If your planting team is not well organized, it will become a source of many problems if the roots are kept open and dry.
Beware of Pruning Before Pruning
Just cut the broken and long roots. Do not pry or squeeze the roots to fit in the planting pit. We are as deep and wide open as the sapling pits.
Preparing the Planting Pit
Do not open too deep pits and do not leave these pits open for more than a couple of hours to plant well-rooted seedlings. Crush the edges of the holes with a screw. Root junctions and coiled roots can be observed in the gruel planting. (Even on light and sandy soil.)
Plant Right at the Depth
The trees should not be deeper than they are planted and drenched after the nursery sequence. Well-developed root vegetables such as peaches are better than deep bread. It is a good practice to lower the top and the smallest roots to ground level. Planting trees in heavy soil is a good way to achieve a successful result.
In areas where the wind is constant and strong, plant the trees in the direction of the wind. Too much slope encourages the elongation of the upper parts of the trees, while the lower parts inhibit the strengthening of the shoots. Do not allow more than 10 degrees of inclination against the direction of the wind. A 30-inch grid will get 10 degrees if you go 6 inches.
If the seedlings are very low after planting, it is not harmful to gently raise them. In fact, it is recommended for the downward formation of the root sequence to pull the trees up a few cm before pushing the land. If the seedlings are planted not very deeply, remove the tree and plant it again neatly. Adjusting seedlings should be done before watering.
Do not put fertilizer in the sewing hole. It damages young young roots.
First Irrigation of Saplings
Excess water (saline irrigation) or the way of drawing the waterway will cause the soil to collapse and the air bubbles around the roots to collapse. If salty irrigation method is not useful, give at least 15-20 kg of water to the trees. This step is very important, especially in late-plantings and closed grounds. spring rains in Turkey are rarely enough to bring down the soil around the roots.
Milk Cartons and White Latex Paint
To protect young seedlings from rodents and herbicides, place protective plastics on top of the tree as open tops. White Latex paint prevents wilting, foliage and sunburn. Any kind of (white, interior or exterior) or whitish whiteness can be accepted, but exterior paint is preferred because it has a longer life. Do not use oil paint. All walnut trees should be painted immediately after sowing to prevent sunburns. It is especially useful for late sowing. We paint the top of the tree completely to delay leaf casting.
Fertilizing After Trees Start Growing
After the newly growing trees are about 12 to 15 cm, the fertilizer is distributed as a balanced ring around the trees. To prevent excessive fertilization, use a container that can hold the correct amount of fertilizer. Keep the fertilizer at least 15-18 cm away from the tree's body. We recommend that the second and third implementations take place during the first summer months.
In the first summer, we recommend that many fruit trees be trimmed. Please contact us for information.
Protecting Trees from Nature Elements
In order to prevent the rooting of the seedlings from drying or freezing, the seedlings must be protected from sun, wind and frost. You only move the seedlings in closed vehicles or by winding them. If you plan to do planting in a few days, you can cling the seedlings in a closed building where you can balance the temperature against the frost and water the trees daily. In addition, root parts of the seedlings can be covered with a thick fabric to protect from the wind, but it must be ensured that all the edges are covered. If you personally do not water the seedlings, check to make sure they are moist at least once a day.
For the seedlings that have to be held for more than a few days before planting, it is necessary to do transient planting in a loose and moist soil (as a root shelter). This stitch is done in places where there is no water pressure, clean and if possible dried. Well-drained areas are very important to prevent root rot. Make sure your roots are completely closed. We spread well around the soil roots to prevent air bubbles. If it is not as damp as the soil is, you should take the ball form when compressed. If the planting is delayed, watering can be done again to keep the soil moist. Check to ensure that roots are not exposed to excess water after irrigation and rain. If the sensitive roots are not covered well, they may suffer from frost damage.
Contact us as soon as possible for cold storage in late-standing plantings. As the trees begin to move in the early spring, interior and root changes emerge before the change occurs at the top of the trees. The best result in late planting is that the trees are kept in cold storage before these changes begin.