Do you enjoy guacamole? I know what a stupid question. Let me rephrase it for you, do you want to have a fresh supply of avocados? If you are in and excited about a new project. Let’s get into sprouting avocado from a pit. It hardly demands any upscale skills; it simple as it gets.
To start, grab a ripe avocado, the ones that are a little mushy, toothpicks, and a glass of water. It’s better to use a see-through glass so you can witness the process. The pit will sprout in 2-8 weeks; Once it’s six inches long, you can transfer the plant into the soil and patiently wait.
Now to start, clean the pit you have from the avocado; this helps avoid molding. Then right after peel its skin off so, the growth sprout is not hindered. Once you have a clear idea of the top and bottom of the pit. Stick three toothpicks on the pit, place the seed and fill it with water, enough to half-submerge the pit. Keep it in sunlight and don’t move around alot.
Kindly share these amazing tips with your guacamole-loving friends. Side note: It takes about 7-8 years for you actually to harvest the fruit. In the meantime, you can enjoy the tree in your backyard.