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Table of Contents:
- Is unripe avocado poisonous?
- Why is my avocado seed turning black?
- Why is my avocado seed not sprouting?
- Should I cut my avocado stem?
- Will avocado cuttings root in water?
- How do I make my avocado plant more bushy?
Is unripe avocado poisonous?
On the other hand, Jasonides says, if you were a bird, horse, or other domestic animal, you'd definitely want to avoid the fruit of unripe avocados, along with avocado pits, leaves, and stems, all of which contain a fatty acid derivative called “persin.” Consumed in sufficient quantities, persin can cause illness or ...
Why is my avocado seed turning black?
It's probably mold. Don't scrape the root: try cleaning it with an old toothbrush. If it doesn't brush away the mold has turned into rot: throw away that bit and eat a few more avocados to have new pits to experiment with.
Why is my avocado seed not sprouting?
They may be too dry at the end that roots but maybe not. I've never had a lot of luck with the glass of water and toothpick thing with avocados but they've always grown very well in my compost pile. I just toss them in and then dig them up from there and pot them up. It's warm, dark and has lots of nutrients.
Should I cut my avocado stem?
The first serious trimming should occur when the plant is only 12 inches tall. At that time, cut it back to 6 inches and allow for new leaves and stems to form. As it gets taller, pinch off new growth throughout the summer to force new branches to form, because avocado fruit develops on new growth.
Will avocado cuttings root in water?
Make two small cuts on either side of the base of the cutting and dip it in a liquid rooting compound (indole butyric acid known as IBA) for a few seconds. IBA is a plant hormone and will stimulate the growth of roots on the shoot.
How do I make my avocado plant more bushy?
As it gets taller, pinch off new growth throughout the summer to force new branches to form, because avocado fruit develops on new growth. Keeping the new growth pinched off will also keep the plant bushy while controlling its size.
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