Sour cherries

Sour cherries



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The water supply for sour cherries


Sour cherries can be successfully grown without much care from the point of view of water supply. The cherry tree, in fact, can also grow spontaneously with beautiful blooms and generous productions. This means that the adult plant with the right placement and on the right soil does not need particular interventions. In the first phase of growth of the sapling we will have to worry about not letting the earth dry too much and, if the seasonal atmospheric precipitations are made to wait for more than 10 days, we will support them by watering the base of the amareno. During the summer, especially if the climate is torrid, we will increase watering. Also the vegetative recovery phase will be important, in spring, and the tree will have to receive the right amount of water. Generally in this season the rains are naturally abundant. When the plant is grown up, then, it will become completely autonomous and no longer need to be watered.

Black cherry cultivation techniques



The best method for amareno multiplication is the cutting and the rootstock. If we do not know how to do this type of operation we will be able to buy a Amareno already developed and well rooted, which we simply need to transfer and, if the season allows it, put it down directly. The price to buy a tree of this kind will not be high and we will be sure that the nurseryman will have grafted it correctly. Consider that ours Amareno it will be a tree larger than 3m that will remain in its place for a long time. So the cost of the tree already grown in the nursery is really paltry. Once planted we will simply have to let the amareno get used to the new earth, properly prepared to welcome it by digging a hole of about 40cm and covering it with other earth. We will avoid pruning the plant often and we will only remove the completely dry branches.

Land for the cultivation of sour cherries



Amarene is not a particularly demanding tree in terms of nutrients. Being able to grow even in the wild means that it adapts well to any type of terrain. The only important precaution will be linked to drainage. In fact, we will have to verify that the area where we decided to place the Amereno guarantees the complete flow of excess water, including the periods in which atmospheric precipitations are more intense than average. Before the transplant we can eventually enrich the earth with mature manure and natural compost. During the growth of the tree the fertilization operations are not obligatory and can however be repeated in the first years of life of the plant helping the development. The young sapling can benefit from a periodic superficial processing of the earth, refreshing it and freeing it from any spontaneous plants and weeds.

Amarene: Exposure and climate



Black cherries grow well in a cool and temperate climate. The best exposure for optimal development is totally sunny. During the spring the sour cherry will be covered with splendid flowers and will give the fruits from May onwards, continuing throughout the summer. It can be attacked by pests and diseases, such as cochineal, aphids and other problems. It is recommended to use pesticide products only if strictly necessary. To avoid the onset of mold and rot, do not overdo irrigation, limiting it to the actual need, especially when the plant is an adult and is set in its final location. Being a tree that can easily overcome 3-4m, it is advisable to avoid planting another close-up specimen. When choosing the place to put the plant we will also have to consider the perimeter to be left free, without placing it too close to homes or other obstacles.