Moringa Tree - A Great Permacuture Plant for Florida



How grow Moringa oleifera in containers

When you plan on growing your tree in a container, cut the main tap root. The tap root runs deep into the soil in search of water. Before you plant that tree cut that tap root. By cutting the root you stimulate vigorous lateral but shallow root growth. This root growth is better suited for container growing. Moringa trees planted without a pruned tap root perform poorly in containers.

Move the newly planted tree to a bright location out of direct sunlight. After 6 weeks, move the tree out towards more sunlight gradually to acclimate it to the hot sun.

Growing Moringa trees in containers is easy so long as you keep the soil moist (not soaked with water) and allow it to dry out a little once a week.



Moringa Oleifera from seed to tree - The complete guide to growing the superfood Moringa - California Gardening - YouTube http://bit.ly/1w7ucpK



Edible trees and bushes in Florida: moringa, katuk and chaya. They are very easy to grow. Video: http://bit.ly/1w7vf9h



References:

ECHO technical note on Moringa, with recipes http://miracletrees.org/moringa-doc/ebook_moringa.pdf
How to Grow Moringa Oleifera in containers - Bestmoringatrees.com http://bit.ly/1nOxelj
How to prune moringa trees and selecting pruning tools - Bestmoringatrees.com http://bit.ly/1nOxgtv
Best Moringa to Grow & Rare Herb Nursery - John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits Moringa Place, a nursery in Loxahatchee, Florida - YouTube http://bit.ly/1w7tQj0
Moringa Trees from Seed to Storage - YouTube http://bit.ly/1w7u3CM
Moringa Recipes - YouTube http://bit.ly/1w7u7m1
Victoria in the Garden - How to Grow a Moringa Tree - YouTube http://bit.ly/1w7u89E
Moringa, More Than You Can Handle - Eat The Weeds http://buff.ly/1UWvnb4

I grew my Moringa trees from these seeds from Amazon:

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