What are the contents of cherry planting technology in Europe?

European cherry planting technology includes the following contents.

When you plant cherry in Europe, you need to dry the harvested seeds in the shade.

After that, you immediately hide it in the sand.

Before you grow cherry, you need to loosen the soil.

You need to combine weeding with loosening the soil.

After you plant cherry, you need to keep the plant spacing at about 2m.

You need to pour the root setting water once, and the seedlings should be intercropped properly in the later stage.

You need to control the temperature at about 15 ℃.

1. Germination treatment

Sprouting treatment is the basic requirement of cherry planting technology in Europe.

You must wait until cherry’s fruit is fully ripe before you can take the seeds.

After you harvest the seeds, you need to enucleat them.

You need to wash the seeds with water and dry them in the shade.

After that, you should hide the seed sand immediately.

You should mix the sand with the seeds in a ratio of 5:1.

This can effectively improve the survival rate of seeds.

2. Matrix preparation

The culture soil of cherry in Europe should be loose, breathable and preferably sandy soil with good water locking effect.

Generally, we can fully mix fertile soil and special organic fertilizer to plant seedlings.

Before you plant seedlings, you should loosen the soil.

And you need to combine loosening and weeding.

This is to ensure sufficient fertility of the soil.

3. Planting and colonization

You need to transplant European cherry seedlings into the culture soil.

The spacing of each seedling should be kept at about 2 meters.

After you have planted the seedlings, you need to pour root setting water once.

In the later stage, you should also carry out inter seedling appropriately to control cherry’s planting density.

You’d better choose to plant in spring and autumn.

4. Post planting management

The surviving European cherry is most suitable for survival in the environment between 15 ~ 16 ℃.

Cherry likes a cool and dry environment and is not resistant to cold or high temperature.

If the temperature is lower than 10 ℃, the flower bud will eventually fall due to freezing injury.

If the temperature is higher than 30 ℃, the plant will stop growing.

5. Water and fertilizer management

Because cherry in Europe likes fertilizer, you need to apply fertilizer before flowering and after fruit picking.

Most people use nitrogen fertilizer.

This can promote the branches and leaves of cherry in Europe to grow more vigorously.

You need to keep the number of fertilization at 3-4 times a year.

In the peak period of plant growth, you should also water more appropriately.

This can maintain the normal growth of roots.

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