few months before planting start to prepare the planting hole.For stone rocks (apricots, cherries, cherry, plum and plum) the size of the hole should be about 60 cm deep and 40 cm in diameter.For pear and apple - from 60 to 80 cm in diameter and 80 cm in depth.If the soil is clayey and dense, should dig a hole of larger diameter, thus reducing the depth.It is not necessary to make a hole in fertilizers, as during the decomposition process, they secrete chemicals that can poison the roots of the plant.
Inspect sapling and carefully remove the broken branches.Note roots, they should be slightly moist.If during transport, they dried up, soak them in water for 12 hours.
Implement planting desirable in the same position as they grew in the nursery, because plant cells have had time to adapt to certain conditions.Take a good look at the trunk.On the north side it will be a bright and green, and the south - dark brown.
Align the tree and gently straighten the roots.Gradually pour the pit, not forgetting the compacted soil.Make sure that between the roots are not a void.Once the tree is planted, it is necessary to ensure the correct watering.Dig a small trench around the seedling and pour into it one or two buckets of water.
Mulch the soil around-trunk circle.As the mulch material can be used sand, compost, tree bark, gravel, peat litter or sawdust.Pour a layer of mulch tree trunks 8-10 centimeters, but do not touch the root collar of the tree.
A few days after planting, you can make the first cut.If a one-year seedling, it shortened to 80 cm, and if the two-year - shoots trimmed to 1/2 or 1/3 of the length.But in any case, do not cut the weak plants, or they may die.