13 thoughts on “How to FEED Your FRUIT TREES – Garden at Home in ARIZONA

    EXPLOSIVE DESERT GARDENING

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    Will these products be shipped to the Middle East coz certainly I am in need of that foliar feed

    Roberto Abarca

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    hahaha stoneeerrr

    Alex Winn

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    How far should I plant my Persimmon and Mango from each other? They grow really big and my back yard is semi cramped but i really wanna plant them both.

    Powell Gammill

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    thanks for the KeRex. I had been looking for a source of inexpensive Fe-EDDHA. that will do fine.

    If anyone wants to buy a backpack sprayer — and once you hit 200 trees it might be in the plan (~$100) — I recommend looking for the model that handles powdered suspensions (diaphram pump) as well as the rest as it only runs $10 more.

    The reason for putting foliar feed on in the early morning is to keep it from drying as quickly so the leaves will have more time to absorb it. The underside of the leaf where it is thinner and porous absorbs better. I usually recommend drenching the leaves (dripping) top to bottom. 4 gallons is a lot; might as well get your money's worth. I am a little leery of adulterating Shamus' formula. Overdoing it can cause unintended issues. The pond water makes sense (chlorine free, some nitrogen) as long as it doesn't clog the spray nozzle. Foliar feeding is a great way to both treat deficiencies rapidly and max. growth and fruit size/yields. I like the 2 week schedule.

    MYTH: water droplets do not burn the leaves! They will leave salt residues in evaporated drops that will damage "burn" the leaves later. You can test that by laying a magnifying glass down on a piece of paper in the summer sun. The paper won't burn despite lying there all day becuase the focal length is past the paper. Now lift the lense off the paper about an inch and the paper will begin to smoke. Same on the water droplet and leaf; focal length is well past leaf surface.

    MAXnBOOM max

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    your not an athlete

    Roberto Carrillo

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    can you feed a Peruvian apple cactus

    leese 44

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    How's chubs and your sulcata tortoise doing…

    leese 44

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    Teamwork Awesome :')

    erinn kemp

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    Sun will burn. Plus it will have hrs to dry out.

    trebor hgils

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    Im not complaining because I never complain! BUT tape a piece of foam or some cloth to your camera sound port so I dont have to listen to the wind blowing! OR buy a external mic!
    Hope you guys aren't mad at me … But when the wind blows I am always putting my hand on my head so my topee dont blow away! It habit! that wind sound is an auto response to me! My wife just said IM CrAzY

    TheBearded Gardener

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

    This will be my first year foliar feeding. Can wait to see the results

    VeganAthlete

    (March 16, 2017 - 4:13 am)

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