Soursop Seeds

350.00

Plant your soursop seedling or purchased sapling in an area with full to partial sun and slightly acidic, well-drained soil, where it will be protected from strong winds. Place it about 20 feet from buildings or other plantings, and mulch it heavily with compost to keep the soil damp, as it has shallow roots.

If your site is subject to flooding, choose a specimen that has been grafted onto pond apple (Annona glabra), since soursop won’t tolerate standing water once its trunk diameter reaches 1/2 to 3/4 inch, prune the tree back to 30 inches in height. When it begins to send out new shoots, choose the most vertical shoot to be the central leader, and three or four other shoots evenly spaced around the trunk to be the branches.

 

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Soursop How to Plant:

Unlike most fruit trees, this one is usually grown from seed. If you want to try that, take the seeds directly from a soursop fruit, soak them in warm water overnight, and plant them 1/2 inch deep in sterile seed-starting mix. Keep the mix damp and they should germinate in two weeks to a month. It’s best to wait until your tree is at least six months old before moving it outdoors in zones 10 to 13.

Important Note:

Dont use Dried Soupsop Leaves, Soursop Capsules, Soursop Leaf Powder. Because in leaves water moisture is important so, it dried means is equal to paper. Some people are selling dried leaves because they dont have own tree that’s why they buy fresh leaves in bulk quantity and they dried that and selling.

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