Guava tree Growing Conditions and Specifications
Being a hardy guava plant, it gives an assured crop even with little care, and is good for rainfed areas also. Successful Guava tree cultivation is grown under tropical and subtropical climate. In areas with a distinct winter season, the yield tends to increase and quality improves.
Hybrid Guava Plant Specifications
Plant Type: Broadleaf evergreen shrub or guava tree
Mature Size: Guava tree height 4–20 feet (indoor plants will be smaller)
Plant Height: Dwarf Guava plant 24 inch (61 cm)
Plant Spread: plant can 5 inch (13 cm)
Maximum Reachable Height: plant can grow Up to 10 meter
Flower Colour: Guava plants flowers in White
Sunlight: More than 6 hours of sunlight and natural direct sunlight for the rest of the day.
- The soil should be well-drained and fertile, rich in organic content for growing plants.
- Soil Type: Rich, well-drained soil
- Soil pH: 4.5 to 7 (acidic to neutral)
- Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture content.
- Apply 4 cups (Approx 200 ml) water when topsoil (1-2 inches) in the pot feels dry to touch.
- As a rule of thumb, Water the plant thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in the winter and rainy season.
Bloom Time: Usually in the spring season guava plants can bloom.
- Do not over-water the guava plant.
- Apply water preferably in the morning or evening.
Application of Fertilizer
- Loosen the topsoil of Guava Fruit tree without disturbing the roots of the plant so it can uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.
- During the main growing season feed the guava plant with organic fertilizer once a month between Oct to Jan.
- Apply water immediately after application of Guava tree fertilizer.
Temperature: about 25 to 35 degree Celsius
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