PILLAR APPLES PILLAR FRUIT
In addition to growing in the yard or in a pot on the terrace, columnar apples can also be planted on large areas and be economically viable due to the good yield and the possibility of very dense planting per unit area. Soak the seedling in water for 1-2 hours, so that the roots get wet. Prepare a hole measuring 30 × 30 cm. Place a seedling in it, so that the grafted place must be 3 cm above ground level. Tread the chopped soil well around the roots. Be sure to water profusely.