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Waluh is one of the fruits that is quite popular, besides being processed into various kinds of processed soups and vegetables, waluh is also used as an addition to various processed foods such as pudding, porridge, dodol and various types of high-flavored cakes. It is these various benefits that make waluh cultivation quite profitable. This waluh plant is included in the type of pumpkin that grows creeping, so that if you have a bamboo fence that is wide enough there is no harm in you use it to plant sweet and soft fruit.
Characteristics of Waluh Plants
Buah Walu has several special features which include easy green to dark green, polygon-shaped, leaf-lined and irregular and have fibrous roots. Waluh fruit grows attached to the fruit stalk located in the armpit. To get good seedlings and produce quality products, good seedlings are needed, which can be obtained from superior quality adult mothers. For those of you who want to start a waluh cultivation business, it will be very easy to find land for planting, because this waluh plant can be planted anywhere, both in the house, garden and rice fields.
How to Plant and Cultivate Waluh
The first thing that you must prepare before starting the cultivation is to make a 25 cm planting hole with a depth of 20 cm, then fill the excavation with compost that has been mixed with excavated soil, leave it for a week. Then fill the fertilizer mound with 2 pumpkin seeds, and to avoid pests, sprinkle the planting area of ​​seeds with husk ash. In order for plants to grow well, prepare strong people as a breeding ground for swallow plants, the people you make must be really strong in order to hold pumpkin fruits that can reach 3-5 kg.
For treatment in swallow cultivation, the first to do weeding grass regularly, ie after 10 days, 3 weeks and 6 weeks after planting. In addition, it is also necessary to make a sprout at the age of 3 weeks and 6 weeks. In addition to that, long-term swallow plants need to be given fertilizer every 3 months, and do not forget to keep the moisture of the plant roots with straw or dry grass in the right size, because if the plant is too dry it cannot grow properly, and if it is too moist, the leaves will be lush and fruit production decreases, if the leaves are too thick, you should cut off the stems to maximize fruit growth.
The period of harvesting can be started at the age of 7-8 weeks, and then can be harvested regularly once a week. Such is the method of cultivating good and true cultivation, hopefully useful ...
Description: Waluh cultivation can produce results with good quality if the selection of seeds and the waluh planting process is carried out correctly and thoroughly.

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