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Proper Planting of an Avocado Tree Gary Bender Farm Advisor U.C. Cooperative Extension
Dig the hole the same depth as the root ball, measure with a shovel handle
Set the tree in the hole, supporting the bottom of the root ball with the hand
Slit the plastic liner with a knife, make a shallow cut
Partially fill the hole with soil, do not use mulch or manures
Don’t forget to remove the plastic liner!
Backfill most of the hole and tamp to remove air pockets
The backfill is finished with a final tamping with your feet
In root rot soil, gypsum is added to the surface at 10-20 lbs per tree
The planting is finished with a top-dressing of wood chips or bark
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