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The model of growing guava in the direction of organic agriculture

Currently, the trend of developing organic agriculture is growing and taking over. Consumers increasingly prefer clean, clear and healthy products. Not only raising livestock and growing clean vegetables, organic fruit growing models are also developing widely. Including the organic guava growing model.

Growing guava by organic methods creates delicious guava, ensures consumer safety and gives high yield. Growing guava in the direction of organic agriculture has many benefits, but replanting techniques require high expertise. To develop the organic guava growing model, people need to focus on planting gardens, planting land, caring for and managing pests and diseases on trees.

1. Arrangement of planting garden direction and guava planting density

When starting to plant fruit trees, the first thing many people care about is the arrangement of the garden direction and the planting density. The right planting direction will help the garden to be airy, take advantage of sunlight, limit pests and diseases and avoid strong winds that cause tree falls. Moderate planting density helps plants to grow smoothly, limit the development of pests and give high yields.

Guava planting direction (garden direction): Arrange the rows of plants so that they do not block the wind direction, not against the wind direction. If it is difficult to grow goods, people can plant windbreaks as a solution. Planting gardens should be located in a place that can receive light at all times of the day.

Guava planting density: The appropriate planting density is 2.5 x 3.0m. For the organic guava growing model, farmers can arrange to intercrop a few other crops to ensure biodiversity for better pest control.


Organic guava is favored by the market (Source: Internet)

2. Requirements for organic guava soil

In general, guava is a plant that is suitable for most soil types in Vietnam, so people can grow guava on many different types of soil. However, for the cultivation of guava in the direction of organic agriculture, soil preparation has more stringent requirements. Good soil will help plants grow and develop smoothly from the beginning. The composition of the soil must ensure adequate compost and rice husk ash. These are sources of materials that are easy to find and do not affect the environment. Composted organic fertilizer and rice husk ash mixed with on-site soil are enough to help guava trees adapt and grow quickly. Add this nutrient to the plant twice a year.

3. Add clean microorganisms for plants

For organic agricultural production, clean microorganisms play an essential role. If this microorganism is separated from the farming environment, it is not called organic farming anymore, and the agricultural products produced also do not meet organic standards.

People watered clean microorganisms into the soil during the planting phase and repeated watering after 2 months. Clean microbial irrigation provides antagonistic microorganisms to protect plant roots, avoid the invasion of nematodes and pathogens in the soil, and make the soil more aerated. In addition, this group of microorganisms also has the effect of breaking down organic matter, fixing nitrogen for plants, and helping guava trees grow healthy.

Periodically once a month, spray clean microorganisms through the leaves. You can use Quantum Growth microorganisms for guava trees. Adding clean microorganisms through leaves will help enhance photosynthesis, creating a premise for increased yield and fruit quality. The antagonistic microorganisms also have the effect of protecting the fruit and the leaves.


Wrap the fruit to limit harmful insects and insects (Source: Internet)

4. Pest management

Growing guava follows the model of organic agriculture, which requires farmers to actively prevent pests and diseases. You can use chopped chili, garlic, ginger and then add alcohol to the mixture. Then soak for a while and spray the plants. The solution from these spices contains a large amount of acid that effectively destroys sucking insects that damage plants and guava fruit. You can do it once and save it for a few months. This type of spice solution when sprayed does not pollute the environment and farmers’ health.

The period of fruiting is about 15-20 days, people cover the fruit with specialized foam bags to limit sucking insects. At the same time, the fruit is not dusty, scratched, shiny, smooth and grows quickly.

Growing guava in the direction of organic agriculture helps crops grow well, farmers effectively control harmful fungi, trees give high yields and stable fruit quality, creating peace of mind for consumers. Above are the important factors affecting the organic guava growing model that we want to share with everyone. Hopefully with the above information, people can pocket for themselves the necessary experience in growing fruit trees.

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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