Step 1. Get some seeds of Moringa one of the many sources that sell them.
There are several varieties, but the seeds of Moringa oleifera and Moringa stenopetala are the easiest to obtain.
- For a fast-growing tree that will take the leaves, flowers and seed pods first year, choose Moringa oleifera .
- If you want a fast-growing tree with much larger leaves, so the task of gathering them for an easy meal, opt for Moringa stenopetala.
Step 2. Decide where you would like to do Moringa grow your tree.
Note that moringa trees can grow more than 20 feet (6.1 m) high, its first year. The average growth is about 15 feet (4.6 m), however, under optimal conditions, they can grow much higher. Because the branches grow, on average, about three to four feet wide in the first year, consider whether you want to plant your tree Moringa is close to existing structures. Moringas need a lot of sunlight, heat and water to thrive -. So think about where your tree will get the best exposure to the sun
Step 3. Get the best land for organic pots that can be found.
Moringa grow in poor soil, sandy soil and soil exhausted, but they do not like their roots wet. Take this into account, and if necessary, sand purchase to add to the mixture of potting soil, or use any soil is available in your area, and add coconut fiber, peat or sand to loosen. This gives the roots of the tree of Moringa room to go deep, and drain well. Moringa has a taproot, which means a single root that goes down like a carrot. Be sure to plant in the taproot has plenty of room to move down. If you plant in a container, find the deeper you can. Moringa can be grown as a lone tree, in rows, or as a hedge.
Step 4. Make a hole in the ground and planting the seeds of Moringa approximately ¾ “to 1” deep, cover with soil and tamp into place.
Enter when the seeds were planted, so you can control its growth. Once you have covered seeds, soil water thoroughly. Whether you plant the seeds in pots, or right on the ground, they need a thorough soaking every day, until you see the seedlings emerge from the soil. Once they have sprouted, they can be watered once every two days, until they are about 18 inches (45.7 cm) high. Then water them once a week.
When grown in orchards, tree usually cuts are made every year or two (rationing) and allowed to regrow to promote vigorous leaf and pod production and so the pods and leaves They stay within your fingertips.
is native to subtropical origin, but when considering whether it will grow in your area or not; the most important consideration is that the tree can be killed by the continuous frost and freezing temperatures. There are ways to minimize the effect of (eg padding) cold, but there are no guarantees.
The moringa tree enjoys full sun. Initially the seedling must be protected from strong winds. In very hot areas water them daily (only to be absolutely sure that the roots are not waterlogged – ie, water must be able to drain). If you decide to water it less just keep an eye on him; which undoubtedly will tell you if you need more water.