Many fruit plants are multiannual and need a lot of care since they always have to be in prime condition.

Good soil and nutrition is required in order to produce the desired quality every year.

Pruning is an important task in fruit cultivation but not for all sorts of fruit so make sure you know what your tree needs.

Depending on the vigor of the variety, most breeds are pruned in the rest period (after harvest).

When planting fruit tree(s), it is important to mix the soil with nutrients (Bio Humus) and mycorrhizae to stimulate rooth growth so that the tree will easily adapt to its’ new surroundings.

A good month to feed your tree or trees would be February or March. To provide them with calsium October/November are considered the best months, after removal of the fallen leaves.

The best fruit is homegrown fruit from your very own garden.


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