Asked by: Loubna Pfaffenrathasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th January, 2020
How do you grow soursop fruit?
Keeping this in view, how long does it take for a soursop tree to bear fruit?
Soursop trees have a naturally slow growth rate, but they grow significantly faster under cultivation. If provided with proper care and a suitable planting site, soursop trees will reach a mature height of 15 to 20 feet in roughly six years and will bear fruit in three to five.
Subsequently, question is, how long does it take for soursop seed to germinate? 15-30 days
Similarly, it is asked, where does soursop fruit grow?
Annona muricata The fruit is usually called soursop due to its slightly acidic taste when ripe. Annona muricata is native to the Caribbean and Central America but is now widely cultivated – and in some areas, becoming invasive – in tropical and subtropical climates throughout the world.
How deep do you plant soursop seeds?
Unlike most fruit trees, this one is usually grown from seed. If you want to try that, take the seeds directly from a soursop fruit, soak them in warm water overnight, and plant them 1/2 inch deep in sterile seed-starting mix. Keep the mix damp and they should germinate in two weeks to a month.