For fruit plants, follow these steps to ensure healthy growth and successful transplanting:
- Keep the fruit plant in the nursery bag or pot it arrived in, and place it in a shaded area, away from direct sunlight.
- Water the plant regularly for 2-3 weeks, ensuring that the soil remains moist but not waterlogged.
- During this initial period, avoid fertilizing the plant, as it may cause stress and negatively impact the plant's growth.
- It's normal for the plant to lose some leaves due to stress during transit or after that. Customers need not panic. When you follow the above procedure, new leaves will appear.
- After 2-3 weeks, once new leaves start to appear, it's safe to transplant the plant into a larger grow bag or directly into the ground.
- Gradually introduce the plant to sunlight by placing it in a spot that receives partial sun for a few days before moving it to a location with more direct sunlight. This will help the plant acclimate to its new environment.
- Once the plant is established in its new location, you can start fertilizing it according to its specific requirements, using organic fertilizers like vermicompost, decomposed cow dung, etc.
- We provide free replacements for damages during transit. If your plant is damaged during transit, send us an uncut unboxing video.