Have you ever heard of planting three different fruit trees in the same hole, with the trunks about two feet apart? This is called high-density planting and it is a useful technique when you have a small landscape. It’s also proven. During our recent droughts, California’s avocado growers learned that they could increase pollination and fruit yield without increasing water use by simply planting trees closer together.
Grow more fruit trees in a small landscape
Feb 14, 2019 | Conservation