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Apr 21, Apples were once only grown in the northern regions of the U.S., but with varities like 'Anna,' 'Dorsett Golden,' and 'TropicSweet,' Florida gardeners can now successfully grow apples as well. To produce fruit, these varieties need about to hours below 45 degrees during the winter, so they’ll do well in central or north Florida.



Aeration increases dissolved oxygen levels and can prevent water from stratifying; creating stable temperatures from top to bottom throughout the entire year.



Apple trees do best when planted in fertile, well-drained. Because of this, you do not need to prune them again at planting time. The only pruning necessary at planting time would be to remove any broken or damaged branches and roots.

Plan to prune your apple trees every year during their dormant season. In Zone 6 and north, you should wait until late winter. Nov 30, Remove a quarter to a third of new growth on young apple trees to thicken the branches Pruning New Apple Trees. Young apple trees benefit from ‘heading back’, which helps keep branches compact and sturdy enough to take the weight of lots of fruit. Heading cuts should remove a quarter to a third of the previous season’s growth.

Jun 06, When pruning out an entire branch, cutting back to the collar of the branch, slightly away from the trunk, is a common approach. Trim along the outer edge of the branch's collar. However, if you are merely shortening a branch, try and prune to an outward-facing bud- one that is directed away from the neighboring branch. Oct 07, The best time to prune apple trees is either late in the winter or early in the spring because that’s the time when the tree is entering a dormant state after shedding its leaves and before new buds appear.

It’s best to complete the pruning just before the growth starts in.





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