The late fall is the perfect time to plant fruit trees. The soil until the end of February to properly strengthen, which promotes root development. Planting can also be done in winter (frost-free periods) and spring. Tree roots must be kept constantly moist and protected against rodents since the departure of the nursery to the plantation through a possible intermediate storage with setting gauge. Trees should be planted with a protective screen against rodents. This protects against loss of expensive young trees, but it does not discharge the obligation to periodically check the presence of rodents.
Organic farms are required to use organic plants, but they can grow up to five high-stem trees per year if conventional transportation costs are excessive organic trees.
For high-stem apple trees, cultivation of resistant varieties has proven itself in the low-stem orchards. They offer the best guarantee in the form of healthy trees and provide at least some fruit table even if the plant protection is more extensive. As for low-stem orchards, will be recommended for this purpose varieties like Topaz, Otava, Rubinola, Resi, Rajka, especially Ariwa. There are many other hardy varieties for different uses (see varietal recommendations FiBL).
For high-cherry stem, be chosen for economic reasons only varieties shake. Found in this assortment of varieties and excellent as Dolleseppler Benjaminler and Wölflisteiner as pollinating variety. They are suitable for industrial processing and are tolerant to monilia, a dreaded disease especially in bio.