Graft Avocado Trees: How To Grow Avocados Faster

We love growing our own avocado trees. We can have avocados any time we want, and with the help of the Avoseedo, rooting a tree from an avocado pit is as easy as it gets. However, the one downside to growing an avocado tree from a pit is that avocado trees take years to mature. If …

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Which avocado seed should you use to grow your own tree?

avocado blossom

Taylor Ritz Avocados are semi-tropical fruits, and as a result, the trees have distinctly different blossoms than other kinds of fruit trees. Avocado flower buds have two types, and the blossoms open and close for pollination in a unique way. What Makes Blossoms on Avocado Trees Unusual? Avocado trees are capable of producing millions of …

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Avocados Beware: Protecting Your Growing Fruit From Anthracnose Disease


Taylor A Ritz Avocado trees can take more than 5 years after you’ve planted a seed to produce their first fruit. So once the time for your tree to start producing delicious avocados comes around, you want to do everything you can to ensure a successful harvest. One of the biggest enemies when it comes …

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How To Make an Avocado Tree Bear Fruit


Avocados are healthy, delicious, and easy to grow with an Avoseedo grow kit. Once you’ve sprouted your avocado and watched it grow for several years, it can be disappointing when you fail to see your avocado tree bear fruit. In this article, we will discuss a few issues that might be causing the lack of …

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Video: Planting Your Germinated Avocado Seed In A Pot.

When you germinate avocado seeds and they reach 3 to 4 inches in length, it is time to transplant your little avocado seed in a pot or growing container! To plant your avocado seed in a pot, we recommend using 8 to 10-inch growing container to start out with. First, fill your pot halfway up with a mixture of one part potting soil and one part peat moss. Using this mixture makes a lightweight soil that promotes aeration and allows for adequate drainage. Position the avocado seed in the pot on top of the earth so that the roots spread evenly. Take your soil mixture and fill in around the roots until your potting soil is even with the top of the seed. Gently pat the soil to firm it up around the seed, taking care not to damage the roots. Saturate the soil until water runs out of the bottom of the pot. It is essential to keep the soil moist but not soggy. Water at least 2 to 3 times a week or more when the soil is not damp to the touch. Now place your potted avocado plant in a sunny place and wait for the magic to happen!

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