Advice 1: How to transplant avocado

Avocados, or "alligator pear" belongs to the Lauraceae family. In natural conditions it grows in the humid tropics, where it reaches a height of up to twenty meters. Homemade avocado loves the bright light and moisture of both soil and air.
How to transplant avocado
Instruction
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At home the seedling avocados you can get, landed a bone of the fetus. When the seedling will appear first 3-6 leaves, transplant it into a pot. The first transplant can be done in a fairly large pot to ten centimetres in diameter. Avocado — fast growing plant, but for the first year of life this "house" would be most appropriate. As soon as tree growth will reach up to a meter, you put it in again.
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The composition of the soil, prepare yourself of the following components: garden and ground sheet, peat and sand, taken in equal parts. Since avocados do not grow well in acidic soils, in mixture, add lime. The soil should be light, loose.
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That tree could be easily removed from the pot, the soil under the avocado moisten well. Gently removing from the pot, inspect the roots, remove shears or a knife rotten and dead limbs.
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On the bottom of the new pot, pour a layer of expanded clay to enhance drainage, sprinkle the ground mixture and gently place the roots of the plants, trying to distribute them across the surface of the bottom of the pot. Keep the trunk of trees vertically.
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Match crown of the tree with the first transplant. Primitiva the tops of the young branches, you can achieve that avocado is rich in spreading hat of large leaves.
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A place for avocados, choose those with bright light but no direct sunlight. Bush likes moist soil, so watering follow. The temperature in summer can be up to +35oC, in winter, the plant may die already at 10 oC.
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If the avocado begins to dry out the tops of the shoots, the trees shed their leaves – so it lacks moisture. Spray the plant with water, remember that in the summer it should be done daily.
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Fertilizing plants produce once a month one of a complete fertilizer designed for houseplants.
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At home "alligator pear" is rarely flowering, not fruiting. Mainly use wood as a decorative element for interior decoration. Tall shrub reaches 2-2,5 meters, with slim brown trunk is released gradually from the leaves, forming a spherical crown. Primitiva shoots, you can create the right shape for her.
Note
If a young seedling avocados are transplanted only once, grown up tree in the future must "move" every two to three years. The pot for each new transplant take three to four centimeters more than the previous.

Advice 2: How to grow avocados from seeds.

If you make some effort, store-bought avocados you can grow a small tree. Although "home" avocado fruit, it creates in the apartment tropical surroundings and cleans the air.
How to grow avocados from seeds.
Instruction
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Buy ripe and juicy avocados, remove the pit. From seeds unripe fruit of the plant to grow will not work.
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Think about how to plant avocado: with or without germination. Keep in mind that pre-germinated seed will sprout much faster, and when boarding without sprouting the first shoots will have to wait longer.
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How to grow an avocado? Make the circumference of the bone (middle) at an equal distance from each other 3-4 small holes. Insert into the holes of a match or toothpick – they will support the bone over the water.
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Place the avocado seed with the blunt end into a glass of cool boiled water. Due to the supports of the bone should be immersed in water approximately ¼ full.
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Keep the pit in the avocado all the time in contact with the water. When some of the water evaporates, add more. Few weeks the roots will appear with a length of 3-4 cm With sharp end bone might hatch first sprout.
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Prepare the soil mixture. Soil for avocado should consist of equal parts of garden soil, humus/damp peat and coarse sand. When preparing the soil mixture, add a pinch of lime, because avocado does not like acidic soils.
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Soak sprouted bone 1/3 into the soil with the blunt end down and pour the soil. If the bone is planted without pre-sprouting, create to bone conditions of high humidity. To do this, close the pot with a glass container or plastic bag and place in a warm area with diffused sunlight or artificial light.
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Growing avocados is simple. The plant likes warmth, moisture, and bright ambient light. The soil should always remain moist, so don't forget to regularly water the plant, and not allow anything to rest on the tree away from direct sunlight.
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Avocados in the home can reach a height from 1 to 2.5 meters. So the plant grows more branching, pinch the ends of the stems.
Useful advice
Better to plant avocado in a plastic pot. Since clay pots absorb moisture, which is needed by the plant.
The bottom of the pot should have enough holes to drain water. It is also desirable to make the drainage of special pellets.
The first planting of avocados you can do in a not very deep pot. When the tree grows, it can be transplanted into a larger pot.
Spring and summer well to feed the plants with fertilizer designed for tropical plants.
To make avocado leaves are not dry, they need to be sprayed with water. Spraying is particularly necessary in the hot summer and during the heating season.
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