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Propagation. Guava trees may be propagated by seed however they do not come true from seed and fruit production may not begin for 3 to 8 years. Commercially, cultivars are vegetatively propagated by air layering (marcottage), stem cuttings, grafting and budding. The best material for stem cutting propagation is recently matured terminal shrubfelling.pwes: 68 kcal. Jan 28, How to Propagate a Guava by Cuttings. Cut 4- to 6-inch ( cm.) softwood cuttings from a healthy guava tree.

The cuttings should be flexible and shouldn’t snap when bent. Remove all but the top two leaves. Dip the bottom of the cuttings in rooting hormone and plant them in moist potting mix. A 1-gallon (4 L.) container will hold four shrubfelling.pwted Reading Time: 2 mins.

Guava trees generally begin fruit production 3 to 4 years after planting and yields range from 50 to 80 lbs (23–36 kg) or more per tree per year. In Florida, guava may produce two crops per year; the main crop during summer followed by another smaller crop during early spring. However, through simple pruning techniques fruit may be produced nearly year-round. Planting from Cuttings. Guava cuttings typically yield more fruit when compared to seeds. Dig a hole that is about 2 ft deep and loosen the soil at the bottom.

It is not necessary to add compost, topsoil, or fertilizer to the hole. Fill the hole to around the length of your index finger to form a mound.

Oct 10, Seed Collecting and Propagation Once fertilized, the flowers of Chapman’s Goldenrod will morph from the bright yellow flowers to fuzzy, pale gray seedheads composed of tiny nutlets which bear the seeds. These can be collected by placing a mesh bag around the seedheads once they turn gray. Clean the seeds and sow into lightly raked soil in.

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