Thai White Guava Tree Harvesting and Pruning.

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Thailand White Guava Trees are small trees so you can fit them into almost any garden or yard. Mature Thailand White Guava Trees will grow to about 10 to 12 feet tall and 10 feet wide. Space new trees 15 feet apart, or 15 feet away from structures and taller guava trees. Plant in full sun if possible, or in a spot that gets at least 3 or 4 hours of direct sunlight needed per day. Water newly planted trees in well, and mulch the ground around the guava tree base. Thailand Guava Trees can take short periods of dry soil much better than periods of flooding. Make sure to plant in a well-drained location not prone to long-term saturation.

Thai Guava plant Harvesting:

Thailand White Guava tree is eaten fresh, added to salads, and made into juice for tropical drinks. Guava fruit trees are also baked into pastries and sweet cakes. Thai Guava
Plant bloom in March or April and the Guavas are usually ready three or four later. Thailand White Guava Tree  is self-pollinating, so one tree will make fruit, but multiple trees will have higher yields. Many Guava Trees will grow fruit in their first or second year in the ground, depending on location and care. 
Begin harvesting Thailand White Guavas about three to four months after the first blooms appear. The Guava fruit will become more fragrant and start to turn from deep green to brighter green or slightly yellow. Ripe guava fruits are between 3 and 4-inches long, oval or pear shaped, and have waxy, somewhat bumpy skin. The mature Guava plants yield slightly if squeezed and are best picked by hand using pruners. Harvested Guava plants are eaten fresh, used in fruit salads, and pressed for juice. Ripe guava fruit is best eaten within two days, and can be refrigerated for as long as a week.

Guava tree Pruning

Prune Thailand White Guava Trees in late winter after all fruit has been removed. Cut the tallest center branches off about 5 or 6 feet above the main trunk of the guava tree. Cut side branches shorter, to create a balanced shape of a guava tree. This will help the guava tree grow a sturdy frame to support large crops of Guavas. Make sure to collect any fallen fruit and compost or discard it to discourage pests and fungi from thriving near the growing trees.

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  • Agnesh Mudaliar

    Looking for the tree

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