paul wheaton wrote:
So, are you drying the pits on the sidewalk?
And are you planting hundreds of pits all at once because only 1 out of 100 will germinate?
Dave Boehnlein wrote:I would say that the successful (and happy) guerrilla fruit tree planter has to make a mental shift. All the advice regarding the how-to's is good, but if you're going to do it you need to be aware that a lot of the trees you plant are going to be brutally killed. This can be heart wrenching, especially if you're glassy eyed with hope for the future of your beautiful, fruit-bearing babies.
Andrew Michaels wrote:Does anyone know how old a tree sprouted from a pit should be before you transplant it? How can you best prepare the soil where you'll plant it? How do you care for it afterwards?
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