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Care for a peach tree by watering it regularly, fertilizing it often and pruning it for shape. Select a location for the tree that has access to full sun and well-drained sandy soil that has a neutral pH. Plant peach tre... More »

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Care for a potted fig tree by using well-drained potting soil, watering it regularly and fertilizing the tree every month during its growing season. Lightly prune the tree after the growing season to keep it pot-sized. More »

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To grow a peach tree, after-ripen the tree seed for up to 130 days in a cool location, and then plant the seed directly in the garden in a sunny location. Apply fertilizer, and water the tree regularly. Peach trees requi... More »

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Start pruning a peach tree when the buds form. Remove dead and damaged branches, remove old shoots and suckers, thin out the branches and prune the top of tree. This takes about an hour to complete. You need a pair of pr... More »

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Prune a peach tree in late winter when the tree is dormant, according to SFGate. After fruiting, it is safe to trim the tree for size issues. Removing dead or diseased branches should be done as soon as the problem arise... More »

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Peach trees grow best in sandy and well-drained ground that gets unobstructed sunlight. Buy trees that are at least a year old. If planting more than one tree, plant them about 15 to 20 feet apart. More »

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Care for a mango tree by planting it in a climate with temperatures that never drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit, using well-drained soil, watering it regularly and feeding it throughout the growing season. Prune the buds... More »

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