A Cherries tree is beauties and useful plant in the garden, within few days cherries tree will be growth, not to compare other tree, if as you decide to grow tree that time lot of time to grown but in case no more time of grow. This food is sour with sweet, so each one prefer to eat cherries as will as cherries used for cooking and eaten. Mostly cherries use in the western part of North America.
Care requirements: Once in the ground, cherries generally don’t need involved regular care. It’s the pests and diseases, plus an occasional strong wind, that will do them in. Water regularly throughout the growing season.
Where they will grow: Grow sweet cherries in the western United States, especially along the coast, and in areas of the Midwest in zones 5 to 10.
Pruning: Pruning is also relatively easy for cherries. Prune right after the harvest. With sweet cherries the fruit develops on spurs that form on older wood.
Harvest: Gently twist off the stems when the fruit is completely ripe, being careful not to tear the spur or wood.
Pests and diseases: This is where many problems with cherries lie. Start with really good garden sanitation, including disposing of diseased branches and fruit, to prevent diseases and ward off pests.
Cherries are prone to a number of diseases, including black knot, blossom blight and brown rot, which can be controlled with a spraying program. Powdery mildew and silver leaf can also be a problem.
When it comes to pests, you may face some problems with aphids, maggots, mites and scale but probably won’t experience large-scale issues. Another pest problem might be borers. The major problem will be birds, who adore most cherries. They do seem to ignore yellow cherries.
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