Keep your body very healthy and away from chemical contamination which is usually associated with non-organic growing. In this article we present you how to grown citrus fruits in your own yard.
- One organic lemon because non-organic lemons are often contains non-germinating seeds
- The soil you will use needs to be that contain natural fertilizers.
- A planting pot (6 inches in width and 6 inches in dept)
- A seedling pot (24 inches in width and 12 inches in dept)
- Location that is indoors but sunny.
Follow the below steps if you want to properly grow the lemon tree:
- Moisten your potting soil, making it damp. Do not soak it all the way.
- Fill a smaller pot with some soil. Leave just one inch below the pot’s rim.
- Remove one seed from a lemon. Clean the seed completely clean.
- The seed must be moistened. Plant your seed ½ an inch in depth.
- Next, gently spray the soil above the planted seed.
- Cover the pot using a clear plastic wrap, and then seal the edges of the pot with a rubber band. Do not forget to poke many small holes.
- Place the pot in a location that is both sunny and warm.
- Spray some more water if you do not want your soil to completely become dry
- After 2 weeks, after the sprouting emerges, put away the pot’s plastic covering.
- Keep the soil damp and provide eight hours of good light every day. Also, give your tree organic fertilizer but in moderate doses.
- Make sure your tree is not attacked or damaged by diseases or bugs. Also, throw away dead and brown leaves.
- When your young plant does not fit in your small pot, you will need to transfer it in the bigger pot. You have to go through the almost same procedure during the re-planting. Young plants need more water than older plants.
Source: Try Agriculture