Apple tree management trick Apple seedling requirements: long early spring and morning, long summer, short autumn, unreasonable watering may cause the new tips on your tree to stop growing for a short time, causing medium branches to become long and long, long branches become strips, accumulate less nutrients, and make it difficult to grow flowers. In normal years, after fruit trees bloom, they should be green with white leaves and white flowers, which is what we often call “half a tree flower, full of fruit”. Xie Hua returned to green quickly. All the growth points of the whole tree were like thousands of arrows in unison. The new tips grew fast, and the speed was frightening. Around May 10, 80% of the long, medium and short branches of the whole tree have stopped growing (long branches are 6 inches long). This is called “early growth, early stop, early accumulation”, and it is easy to bloom. Around May 20, there were still 10% of the new tips (inches long), and they stopped growing again. Around May 30, all the new tips of the whole tree stopped growing. The new tip, which stopped around May 30, is 40 to 50 cm long. Fruit tree cultivation requires that it is not long for 2 months after the new tips stop growing in mid-late May, and then grow autumn tips until late July. After the new tips stopped growing, the center of nutrient distribution had shifted to fruit enlargement, flower bud differentiation, and root growth. Around July 25, the expansion period of the second fruit ended, the center of nutrient distribution shifted, and the trees began to grow in autumn again. Because of the long autumn tips, all the nutrients accumulated by stopping growth will grow twigs (autumn tips). Due to the late growth of autumn tips and poor bud quality, it is difficult to grow short and medium branches into flowers in the 2nd year, so I don't like autumn tips in fruit tree cultivation. However, “spring, long summer, stop autumn and grow” is the rule for fruit trees to grow and develop. In order not to let the autumn tips grow long, you can control water and fertilizer when the autumn tips grow, so the autumn tips will not grow long. Everyone knows that proper water control in June and July is beneficial to flowering. The truth is that after the spring tips stop growing in mid-late May, it hasn't been long, stopped for a long time, and accumulated a lot of nutrients before buds become flowers. However, in production practice, trees are weak and full of fruit, so if you don't water it, you won't be able to water it; you're afraid that there are few fruits on the tree, the tree is strong, and you can't hold down the tree. If you water it on June 1, and the spring tips that stop growing grow again, you won't be able to accumulate nutrients. If you can't accumulate nutrients, what do you use to become a flower? Therefore, water is properly controlled in June and July, and the spring tips stop for a long time; around July 25, the autumn tips grow again. Water is controlled when the autumn tips grow, accumulates a lot of nutrients, and the boundaries between spring and autumn tips are obvious. The spring tips are short in autumn, and the buds are full of spring tips, and it is easy to grow medium and short branches into flowers every year. However, in some orchards, there are few twigs on the trees, few flowers, and the trees are thriving. Around May 10, half of the new tips on the tree did not stop growing. Watering his fruit tree in front of the bag only made the tree more prosperous and delayed the stop. 0202 Because there is no water and no trees, the medium long branch that was not watered and stopped may become a flower bud, but if you water it, it will turn the medium branch into a long branch and the long branch into a long strip. Because of unreasonable watering, your fruit trees cannot stop growing in time, or stop growing for a while. The boundaries of spring tips are not obvious, and nutrients cannot be accumulated at all. Unreasonable watering may cause the new tips on your tree to stop growing long and stop growing for a short period of time, causing medium branches to become long and long branches become strips, accumulate less nutrients, and make it difficult to form flowers. Actually, whether or not to water before bagging is a cliché question. I think that as long as the soil is not lacking, it is OK not to pour it; as long as there is little fruit, few small branches on the tree, and few new shoots grow, it is OK not to water it. Of course, you are asked to pour a glass of water before bagging, but it's not wrong to consider it from the perspective of bagging. But I think that in order to make the “summer stop” a little longer, each family should flexibly master watering according to the specific situation of your orchard.