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Grafted Kiwifruit | Actinidia deliciosa - Plant

Grafted Kiwifruit | Actinidia deliciosa - Plant

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Grafted Kiwifruit is available in two sizes.
Plant height 8-12 inch in 6 inch pot.
Plant height 12-18 Inch in 8 Inch pot.

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Grafted Kiwifruit Plant | Actinidia deliciosa

Kiwifruit, scientifically known as Actinidia deliciosa, is a delectable and nutritious fruit that originated in China and is now cultivated in various parts of the world. With its vibrant green flesh and unique texture, it has gained popularity as a delicious addition to both sweet and savory dishes.

Growing kiwifruit is relatively easy, making it a suitable choice for home gardeners and commercial growers alike. Here is a brief overview of the process involved in introducing kiwifruit plants:

  1. Culinary uses: Actinidia deliciosa fruit is commonly eaten raw as a snack, sliced and added to fruit salads, or used as a topping for desserts like ice cream and yogurt. It can also be used in smoothies, jams, and jellies.
  2. Nutritional benefits: Kiwi is a good source of vitamin C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber. It also contains antioxidants, which help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.
  3. Medicinal uses: Some research has suggested that kiwifruit may have medicinal properties. For example, it may help improve digestion, boost the immune system, and reduce inflammation. It has also been used traditionally in Chinese medicine to treat a variety of ailments.
  4. Other uses: Leaves of Kiwi can be used to make tea, and the wood of the plant can be used for furniture and other crafts. The vines themselves are sometimes grown as ornamental plants due to their attractive foliage and climbing habit.
  1. Lighting: Grafted Kiwifruit plants require medium- full sun exposure to thrive. Choose a location in your garden or yard that receives at least 6-8 hours of direct to bright indirect sunlight each day.
  2. Soil: The soil should be well-draining and fertile. Kiwifruit plants prefer slightly acidic to neutral soil. If the soil is heavy or clay-like, consider adding organic matter like compost to improve drainage.
  3. Watering: Kiwifruit plants need regular watering, especially during the growing season. Ensure that the soil remains evenly moist but not waterlogged. Water deeply once or twice a week, allowing the top inch of soil to dry out between waterings. Reduce watering during the dormant period in winter.
  4. Fertilization: Feed your grafted Kiwifruit plant with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in spring, following the package instructions. Alternatively, you can use a fruit tree fertilizer that is high in potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen. Avoid excessive nitrogen fertilizers, as they can promote foliage growth at the expense of fruit production.
  5. Pruning: Pruning is essential to maintain a healthy and productive Kiwifruit plant. Prune during the dormant season (winter) to remove dead or diseased wood, improve air circulation, and control the plant's size. Also, prune to create a sturdy framework for supporting the fruit-laden vines.
  6. Harvesting: Grafted Kiwifruit typically takes a few years to start producing fruit. Harvest the fruits when they are firm but slightly soft to the touch. The skin should be brown and fuzzy. Kiwifruit can be left to ripen further after harvest at room temperature.

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