How do you grow a peach from a pit?


Clean and scrub the peach pit below tap water and dry for 24 hours and keep it in a refrigerator. The pit should be nearly dry to avert molding, though condensation in the sack is important. Take away the peach pit from the refrigerator and immerse in water for 3 to 5 hours. Place the pit in slightly moistened soil, within a plastic bag. Plant the rooting pit indoors once the root is at least a half inch long in a sunny location. The position of the peach pit will not matter. You should see the sprout by late spring.
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How to Grow a Tree From a Peach Pit
If you've always wanted your own peach tree, plant a pit or two and see what happens. Though peaches are most often produced through grafting, they can also be propagated from seed, according to the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension. You... More »
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A peach is an edible juicy fruit that originates from China and South Asia. You can plant a peach tree from a pit; you begin by cleaning the peach pit and storing it in a plastic paper so as to refrigerate. Remove the pit from the refrigerator and soak it in water for three to five hours and plant it in moist soil. It should begin to root in six weeks.
If you have ever wanted to have your own peach tree and fresh fruit, you can plant a peach pit to grow your own tree. Peach trees are one of the fruit trees that can be grown from a pit.To grow a peach tree from a pit, you plant the pit just as you would any other seed. Plant peach pits in the fall in holes about four inches deep with the same distance between them. Use mulch including pine needles or straw to cover them, then water them. The following spring, many of the pits will germinate.
To grow a peach tree from a pit you must first dry out the pit by placing in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. The best time to plant a peach pit is in the fall three inches deep. You can find more information at www. michiganpeach. org/facts/pit. html
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