How to Grow Kiwi Plants from Nurseries

How to Grow Kiwi Plants from Nurseries
Kiwifruit itself has a normal shape that is almost oval resembles the shape of a chicken egg but a little wide at the edges. Even about the size of a chicken egg with a size of 5 to 8cm or about 2 to 3 in with a diameter of 4 to 5 cm. This fruit has a lot of fiber that is good for the body, with a brownish-green fruit skin and bright green or golden fruit flesh with small black seeds. The texture of this fruit is very smooth and soft but fresh in the mouth and tastes quite sour.
Actually, when this fruit entered America, the fruit was originally known as the Chinese Gosberi but this fruit was renamed melonette in the early 1950s due to export marketing reasons so that the price did not go down in the market. And finally the fruit is given the name kiwi, kiwi itself is a bird name that cannot fly and originated in New Zealand.
According to Agriculture and Forestry Journal Reviews on Lindzianipar Papers, Kiwifruit itself is usually used for food and cakes and even some diet menus such as salads and yogurt diets. Not only that, kiwifruit can be used as a mixture of various types of juice, pudding can even be used as a cosmetic ingredient such as lipstick. Most women also often use kiwifruit as a mixture of making soap, shampoo, conditioner, masks and scrubs. Not only that, many companies engaged in the manufacture of perfumes that use kiwifruit as a mixture in making perfume. The distinctive smell is very popular with many people.
In addition, it is also necessary to know that a lot of substances contained in a kiwi fruit in addition to high levels of vitamin C so it produces a fairly acidic taste.
Lots of kiwi fruit content.
With so many substances contained in kiwifruit, so many benefits are obtained besides as a mixture of food, pudding, salads and even cosmetic tools, perfume and as a mixture of body care. Kiwifruit is certainly very good for health by consuming or simply using kiwifruit caused by the womb.
Benefits of Kiwifruit
Help facilitate digestion with enzymes
Helps stabilize blood pressure
Protect against DNA damage
Increase the body’s immune power
Helps in the metabolic process
Help the process of effective weight loss
Help the detox process
Maintain eye health
Overcoming diabetes
As you know the many benefits obtained from consuming or using kiwifruit either as food for consumption or as medicine and body supplements.
And of course because this is a natural type of herbal, there is no need to worry because it has no side effects at all. Because of the many benefits, especially for teenagers and culinary services, these kiwifruit are highly sought after.
But with so many people looking for benefits, the number of kiwifruit is not much and it’s a bit difficult to find, you can only find it in large supermarkets, besides the price is quite expensive because kiwifruit is a type of imported fruit.
Therefore many people who want to grow their own kiwi fruit tree, but do not know the right way to plant it so that it has many difficulties. To make it easier, here are ways to plant kiwifruit that is good and right.
Nurseries or Kiwi Seeds
Nurseries or commonly called hatcheries is the most important process that must be done before the planting process. In the nursery process, you must do it right, right and carefully. Before carrying out the process of breeding kiwifruit, you must pay attention to the conditions and temperature of the room first.
For the nursery process, make sure the temperature is cool, not too hot and rather humid and protected from direct sunlight. If necessary, try to nursery space in a dim or a little dark. This will help the nursery process in a fast time. To make it easier the following is the nursery process that you can do:
Nursery of kiwifruit itself can be done by seeding kiwifruit seeds that have been dried first.
Soak the dried kiwi seeds using warm water for about 4 to 6 hours then dry using a cloth.
Store kiwi seeds and wrap them in tissue or cotton overnight.
Then remove the kiwi seeds and spread them evenly over the topsoil for about 10 days until the sprouts begin to grow.
Avoid from direct sunlight, it would be better if placed in a room without sunlight so that the process of germination growth is faster.
Once there are leaves in the bud, the seeds are ready to be planted.