- Rosaceae is a family that includes cherries.
- The majority of sweet cherries are self-fertile and require pollination from another plant.
- Cherries are high in fiber, vitamins, and minerals such as potassium, calcium, vitamin A, and folic acid, among others.
- Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus varieties are used to make commercial cherry.
• Soil- The ideal soil for cherries would be reasonably fertile but also deep, especially where the ground is dry.
• pH- 5.5 to 7
• Temperature- •Cherry grows best in temperatures between 45º C.
- It's critical to water cherry trees adequately the first year after they've been planted.
- In The first week, they should be watered deeply every other day; the second week, they can be irrigated thoroughly 2-3 times; and after the second week, they can be watered deeply 2-3 times.
- For the balance of the first season, water cherry trees thoroughly once a week.
- Cherry trees that have been established for a long time don't require much watering.
- Your cherry trees should be getting enough water if you get at least an inch (2.5 cm) of rain every ten days in your area.
- In times of drought, though, it is critical to provide them with more water.
- The best period to plant cherries is between December and January, and this fruit is grown primarily in steep places with sloppy soil.
- The rootstock selected determines the plant spacing. Plants raised from seedlings, on the other hand, should be spaced 6 x 6 metres apart.
- Fill a small container with planting media and two to three trenches, then water the seeds in.
- When the cherry seedlings have grown to a height of two inches (5cm).
- Indoors, keep the seedlings in bright locations.