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   1. The seedlings must be hardened first before planting in the field to minimized mortality and stunted growth.

   2. Do not water the seedlings one day prior to planting. Also, do not subject the plant to water stress which shown by wilting leaves and shoots.
    3. Apply basal fertilizer with more of phosphorous at the bottom of the planting hole to enhance growth development and deeper root penetration for better anchorage. During dry season, apply one kilo of 0-20-0 (rock phosphate or solophos) or 300 grams of 18-46-0 or 200 grams of 16-20-0. Reduce the dosage during rainy season.
     4. Fill the hole with one-foot thick mixture of topsoil, manure and rice hull for clayey soil. For sandy loam soil, add only manure or compost.
     5. When holding the seedlings, put your grip on the plastic bag and not the trunk of the plastic to avoid damaging the roots.
     6. Using a blade, remove the bottom of the seedlings plastic bag. In the event that the ball of soil in the roots break or is totally removed, cut all the leaves to minimize evapotranspiration..
      7. Position the seedling in the middle of the planting hole. Add soil around the base.
     8. With the use of blade, slice the side of the plastic and remove it entirely. The roots must be free to grow sideward to have more root hairs and downward for deeper anchorage and to make the plant drought resistant
     9. Put a stake (4-5 ft.) beside the newly planted tree and tie it to the seedling to train the trunk and make it straight. To avoid root injury, the stake should be place first before the seedling.

     10. Fill the planting hole with the planting medium. For flat land or areas that are subject to waterlogged condition, elevate the base by one foot.
 11. Water immediately after planting.

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