HOW TO CARE NASHPATI PLANT:
Water the young trees well during dry spells to help establish the roots. Apply a small amount of fertilizer early in the year. Add ⅛ pound of ammonium nitrate per tree multiplied by the number of years the tree has been set in moderately fertile soil. If you have highly fertile soil, use less fertilizer. If the leaves are pale green or yellowish during the summer, use a little more fertilizer the next year. If the tree grows more than 12 inches in one season, use less fertilizer the next year. Be very careful when applying fertilizer! If you give your trees too much nitrogen, they will become more susceptible to fire blight and also may focus too much energy on producing foliage instead of flowers and fruit.