Organic Hass Avacado Selfie Seeds

Organic Hass Avacado Selfie Seeds


  • Product Code: HAVO
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  • $5.00
  • Ex Tax: $5.00


These seeds were hand cultivated from a avocado tree we have continued to harvest fruit from every year and Selfie. They are non-GMO and grown using Jobe's 4-4-4 Blend.

Below, we've included some essential care tips to help you nurture your avocado trees to their full potential.

1. Location and Soil: Choose a sunny location with well-draining soil for planting your Hass avocado tree. The soil should be loamy, rich in organic matter, and have a pH range of 6.0 to 7.0. Avocado trees prefer soil that allows good water penetration while preventing waterlogging.

2. Planting Hass Avocado Tree: Plant your Hass avocado tree in a hole that is as deep as the root ball and two to three times as wide. Carefully remove the tree from its container and place it in the hole, backfilling with soil. Water the tree thoroughly after planting to help it establish.

3. Watering: Avocado trees require regular and deep watering, especially during the growing season. Young trees need more frequent watering, but be cautious not to overwater, as this can lead to root rot. Once established, avocado trees are somewhat drought-tolerant.

4. Fertilization and NPK: Avocado trees have specific nutrient requirements. Use an organic fertilizer formulated for avocado trees with an NPK ratio of around 8-3-9 or similar. Apply the fertilizer according to the package instructions, typically during the growing season.

5. Temperature and Climate: Hass avocado trees thrive in subtropical to tropical climates with temperatures between 60°F to 85°F (15°C to 29°C). They are sensitive to frost and require protection in colder regions. Plant your avocado tree in a location shielded from strong winds.

6. Pruning: Prune your Hass avocado tree to shape it and promote airflow within the canopy. Regularly remove dead, damaged, or overcrowded branches. Pruning helps maintain tree health and can improve fruit production.

7. Pollination: Most Hass avocado trees are self-pollinating, meaning they can produce fruit without another avocado tree nearby. However, having multiple avocado trees can increase the likelihood of successful pollination and potentially enhance fruit yield.

8. Pest and Disease Control: Inspect your avocado tree regularly for signs of pests or diseases. Use natural pest control methods whenever possible, and address issues promptly to protect your tree's health.

9. Harvesting Avocados: Hass avocados are typically ready for harvest in late fall through spring, depending on the variety and climate. Harvest the avocados when they are mature and have developed their characteristic dark purple-black color. The fruits should be firm but yield to gentle pressure.

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