Womail Planting-Specialty planting and Exporting Plants

Womail Planting mainly deal with business of Landscape Plant,Flowers plants,Fruit trees export trade.We can meet your large order, if our website without you need to plant,we will help you find you need of plants.

Planting Guide From Womail Planting

1) After Receiving Your plants

Check your trees to insure they are in good condition and notify Womail Planting of any problems. If planting cannot be done immediately, plants can be stored in their shipping container in a cool area for two weeks. Keep roots moist and add water as needed. If planting will be delayed further, plants should be 'heeled in' by planting temporarily in loose soil as soon as possible.

2) Preparation

Dig holes approximately 18 inches deep and 18 inches wide. Amend soil with lime and organic matter as needed ,also to apply rooting hormone as needed and apply Slug pellets because it would help. Break up hardpan layer if present, and break up 'glazing' in clay soils. Do not add raw fertilizers or manure to soil mixture.

3) Placement And Planting

Place perform best in full sunlight.Place plants in planting hole so that roots lay naturally, with the bud union 2 inches above soil level after planting. Fill in soil in layers and tamp around the roots to insure good soil contact and remove air pockets. Immediately water plants to saturate the soil. After settling, insure that the bud union is still 2 inches above soil level and adjust as necessary. See pruning guide below.

4) Water

When rainfall is not adequate, add water to newly transplanted plants at least once each week during the first growing season with 3-4 gallons of water per plant.

5) Fertilizer

Fertilizers containing nitrogen should be applied to newly transplanted plants beginning 3-4 weeks after planting. If granular fertilizers are applied, use care to avoid contact with the tree trunk. A general recommendation is to use 4 oz. of 10-10-10 per tree in a circumference 2-3 feet from the base of the tree, allowing fertilizer to go down to the root tips.

6) Weed Control

Good weed control is very important in the immediate vicinity of transplanted plants to reduce competition. Do not cultivate the soil surface within the area of the planting hole. Composted mulches are useful for weed control and retaining soil moisture however soft mulch materials can harbor mice and voles. Large hardwood chips are less likely to harbor damaging rodents. Crushed limestone or pea-sized gravel is the preferred material. A bushel of stone per plant, 2-3 inches in depth extending 3-4 feet around the base of the plant is adequate.

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