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Two stems coming from my hass avocado graft. A bit concerning

It's very likely that the vigorous growth from the graft point is really from the rootstock (a sucker) and should be removed. It's normal for rootstock suckers to be more vigorous than grafted tops (...
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how is my avocado?

You should transplant it as soon as you can. It is a tree, so it will not look like a bush. When you plant it, ensure that you have a good strong stake next to it and tie the plant to it. For ...
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One Avocado, 2 trees, separate pots

Avocado is a dicotyledon, meaning that the seed contains a couple of sections and produces two initial leaves rather unlike the subsequent leaves that appear. In common with chestnuts for example the ...
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Transplant shock avocado tree

Sorry to say that tree looks very sad. Avocados are trees so they are vigorous if well established. Check to see if there is living tissue by making a small longitudinal cut in the bark. If the tree ...
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how is my avocado?

In general, avocados - left to their own devices will grow very tall (think 10-20 meters tall). In order to encourage them to grow outwards and not up, you need to cut off the main branch. Typically ...
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Two stems coming from my hass avocado graft. A bit concerning

As @Ecneral post - the vigorous growth is from the rootstock - this is likely not going to give you the avocado you want (In my country Rootstock are typically propriety or "Zutano" - which ...
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Avocado leaves wilting ,turning Brown

Is it effective to do a pH test only avocado plant? If pH is all you need to know, sure! There are other nutrient measures you might care about, which a fuller soil-test would tell you about. What ...
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How much artificial light should an avocado tree get?

They way the leaves are curling under themselves i would say that the trees are getting too much intense light after transplant and can’t uptake enough water to compensate for the moisture lost from ...
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What is happening to my Avocado tree? The leaves turned yellow and then started to turn brown

Congratulations on growing these from seed! Well done so far. The roots are used to pull water and oxygen up. With it being submerged it will not be able to get the oxygen. You can see a similar ...
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Indoor Avocado Tree leaves browning

It died. All leaves fell and the branches starting greying out. I was patient but the tree was doomed. From the process of the leaves, it must have been for sure root rot. I guess I did not add enough ...
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avocado leaf getting black spots near vein

I don't know what they are. My best guess is a minute sap sucking creature. I found them on my year old avocado where they caused patches of paling of the leaf. I found I could scrub them of with a ...
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Avocado indoor tree wilting

You are having root rot. Root Rot (Phytophthora cinnamomi): This fungal disease is one of the most severe threats to avocado trees. It causes the roots to decay, leading to the yellowing and wilting ...
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