High yield red dragon fruit seeds for plantig

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US $0.55-0.75 / Grams | 100 Gram/Grams (Min. Order)
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Overview
Quick Details
Type:
Dragon fruit seeds
Color:
Red, White, Yellow
Certification:
ISO9001
Place of Origin:
Shanghai, China (Mainland)
Brand Name:
Herbary Bio.
Model Number:
HBQ0033
Hybrid:
Yes
English name:
Dragon fruit,pitagon fruit,pitaya fruit,pitahaya dragon fruit
Neatness:
≥98%
Percentage of germination:
≥90%
Purity quotient:
≥95%
Moisture content:
≤8%
Seed longevity:
Two years
Seed germination:
8-15days
Suitable temperature:
20-30(°C)
SupplyAbility
SupplyAbility:
1000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
Drum, Bag, Tin or as your requirement.
Port
Shanghai
Lead Time :
Within 3-5 working days after payment confirmation.

 

High Quality Dragon Fruit Seeds For Planting 

 

 

Dragon Fruit Seeds Quality: 

 

Germination rate

90%

Moisture

5%

Purity

90%

Temperature

20-30(°C)

Shelf time

2 Years

Minimum quantitative

0.5 kg

 

 

Dragon Fruit Seeds Cultivate Point:

 

1. After thorough cleaning of the seeds from the pulp of the fruit, the seeds may be stored when dried. Ideally, the fruit must be unblemished and overripe. Seeds grow well in a compost or potting soil mix - even as a potted indoor plant. Pitaya cacti usually germinate between 11 and 14 days after shallow planting. As they are cacti, overwatering is a concern for home growers. As their growth continues, these climbing plants will find something to climb on, which can involve putting aerial roots down from the branches in addition to the basal roots. Once the plant reaches a mature 10 pounds in weight, the plant may flower.

 

2. Pitaya flowers bloom overnight and usually wilt by the morning.They rely on nocturnal pollinators such as bats or moths for fertilization. Self-fertilization will not produce fruit in some species, and while cross-breeding has resulted in several "self-fertile" varieties, cross-pollinating with a second plant species generally increases fruit set and quality. This limits the capability of home growers to produce the fruit. However, the plants can flower between three and six times in a year depending on growing conditions. Like other cacti, if a healthy piece of the stem is broken off, it may take root in soil and become its own plant.

 

3. The plants can handle temperatures up to 40 °C (104 °F) and very short periods of frost, but will not survive long exposure to freezing temperatures. The cacti thrive most in USDA zones 10-11, but may survive outdoors in zone 9a or 9b.

 

4. Hylocereus has adapted to live in dry tropical climates with a moderate amount of rain. The dragon fruit sets on the cactus-like trees 30–50 days after flowering and can sometimes have 5-6 cycles of harvests per year. There are some farms in Vietnam that produce 30 tons of fruit per hectare every year.

 

Dragon Fruit Pests And Diseases:

 

Overwatering or excessive rainfall can cause the flowers to drop and fruit to rot. Also, extended over-watering can cause maturing fruit to split on the branch. Birds can be a nuisance. The bacterium Xanthomonas campestris causes the stems to rot. Dothiorella fungi can cause brown spots on the fruit, but this is not common.

 

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