Tips for Almond growing - A step by step guide
Almond growing is favourable in colder climates. A temperature between 7°C and 24°C is considered to be ideal
Almond farming best suits flat, loamy, and deeply fertile soil. Along with this, make sure the drainage system is functioning correctly.
Water and Irrigation Needs
Irrigation throughout the winter should be done every 20 to 30 days. In addition, plants should receive regular irrigation during the summer at intervals of 10 days.
For good crops, weeding is crucial. The first weeding should be completed within 10-15 days. After that, regular weeding is required.
Almonds are ready for harvesting after 8 months of flowering. The peel on almond pods then changes from green to yellow. Poles are helpful for harvesting almonds
On average, one might anticipate 1-2 tonnes per hectare production.