Seedlings of actinidia or cold-resistant kiwi in the garden

Seedlings of actinidia or cold-resistant kiwi in the garden

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Increasingly, on personal plots, you can find actinidia vines, which are also called cold hardy kiwi... As a rule, liana is most often transferred by seedlings from the homeland of the plant, but sometimes seedlings of actinidia can also be purchased at garden centers.

Actinidia reproduce in nature by rooting their vines, which, after contact with the ground, take root and by this method of rooting are very similar to some grape varieties. And although in nature actinidia can multiply seeds, but, as a rule, actinidia seedlings grown in this way are very weak and cannot survive in the natural environment.

At home, actinidia seedlings can be reproduced from accessory budsthat are located on the roots. It goes without saying. that for this you need a mother plant. Accessory buds most often give life to young plants. Especially many of these buds are formed after the death of the main actinidia bush.

Root Actinidia seedlings are best in greenhouses, boxes or nurseries. At the same time, for grafting, it is best to use the lower part of the shoot, which always ripens well, and zanchit is better taken in new soil. At the same time, the upper part of the shoots does not form roots.

It is best to leave three buds during grafting. Actinidia seedlings first immersed in water where they stand for several days, then they are planted in a substrate for rooting. This may be the most common nutritious garden soil mixed with river sand. In this case, the roots of actinidia immersed in sand to avoid rotting... As the plant grows, the roots will reach the ground and the plant will take over.

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