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How and when to fertilize mango tree

The magician is a tropical fruit plant, of which there are dozens of species. Although Mexico is the largest exporter of mango, the plant has its origin in the tropical areas of Asia, being the national fruit of India. The tree is large, being able to reach 30 m in . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize coffee plants

The coffee tree is a shrub that in ideal conditions can reach 10 m in height, with very intense green leaves and the seeds that are undoubtedly the reason for its popularity. Native to South Asia and the subtropical areas of Africa, its crops are of great economic importance in . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize coconut tree

The coconut tree is a palm tree that belongs to the Arecaceae family, which has the peculiarity of having only one spice (Cocos nucifera). It is the classic palm tree that we all associate with a beach, and it can grow up to 30 meters in height. Although specialists still . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize Passion Fruit vines

Passion fruit is a climbing plant native to the Amazon jungle. The characteristic for which it is cultivated is for its exotic fruit. It is oval in shape, about 8 to 10 cm in diameter and with a yellow or purple shell. Its flavor is aridulce with a delicious aroma. . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize sweet corn

Sweet corn is a plant in the herbaceous family that grew out of mutations in common corn. The main origin comes from America, although the mutations that brought the sweet version occurred many years later. Currently it is widely used to prepare hundreds of meals, being cultivated in all parts . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize sweet potato

Sweet potato, or by its scientific name, Ipomoea batatas, is an evergreen climbing plant that is grown annually. Although it has its origin in America, today it is cultivated throughout the world. Its popularity is given by its edible tuberculous root. It has many uses in the kitchen, being able . . . Read more