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Fertilizing Guava Trees

Posted by Goyo626 USDA 8B/SZ20 (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 13, 13 at 22:15

Do Guava trees have different nutruient needs than decidous trees?

Is there a specialized fertilizer that has worked well to increase fruit size and quality?

When is the best time to fertilize?
Thank you.

This post was edited by Goyo626 on Sun, Jan 13, 13 at 22:16


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RE: Fertilizing Guava Trees

I really don't have any experience with guavas only lychee, longan, abiu, etc. but you could probably give it 10-20-20 which is a good fruit fertilizer or you could give 8-28-8 they all work fine! Hope this helps!


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RE: Fertilizing Guava Trees

I have a white, Madagascar seedless guava. It is a real beauty! It grew up from a route that went dormant after the original tree died several years before. It was very strange really, but I don't look a blessing like that in the mouth,,,,"gift horse," Anyway, I just fertilize it like my other fruit trees, the same as my mango, avocado and citrus. I put a 6-6-6 or a 6-8-6 or so every few months whenever I do my other trees.


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