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How do almonds grow ?

How do almonds grow ?

How do almonds grow ?

Almond trees are drought tolerant and are relatively smaller trees that can grow to a height of 12 to 20 feet. The tree grows 8 to 15 inches each year and produces less than 8 inches of growth in one year. The trees are planted 20 to 30 feet apart. The root of the tree grows very deep that ensures the survival of the trees. The trees feed on organic compost and manure. Almonds are stone fruit often used in the preparation of confectionaries or mutton or paneer dishes. It is not like peanuts that are legumes.

The fruit seed is surrounded by fleshy casing, like a peach and the seed forms the edible almond. In February and March, the trees produce flowers and the buds start to form in early summers. The trees have an average life span of 20 to 25 years and it does not bear fruit in the first 3 to 4 years. A large crop is followed by a lighter crop in the same year.

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