Pistachio propagation method:

The common method is to plant pistachios through seeds and sapling, usually after a few years of harvesting and grafting the desired pistachio species will be grown. Another method of pistachio reproduction is the tissue reproduction method, which is very limited.

Botanical profile of pistachio tree:

The pistachio tree (Pistacia Vera) belongs to the Anacardiaceae family. The genus Pistacia has 11 species. The pistachio flowers have no petals and mosquito tubers and do not attract honey bees, and the pollen is scattered by the wind. The pistachio tree is a small leaf, it is fallen out and it sleeps the winter.

This plant tree is a two-base, namely male and female flowers separated from each other, and each on a separate tree. The pistachio inflorescences are generally clustering, and in the male cluster, the flowers are compressed and dense to each other, more flowers are observed than in the cluster of matter, the distance between the flowers is high on the other, and therefore these flowers form a cluster and a fissure. The pistachio tree sits from 7 to 9 years old and can withstand temperatures of 45 degrees above zero and 25 degrees below zero. It is also resistant to drought and dehydration. Among the different types of pistachio, only pistachio straw species are produced in Iran, and the main areas of pistachio cultivation are concentrated in Damghan, Kerman, Azarbaijan, Qazvin, Ardestan and Rafsanjan.

Planting pistachio seedlings:

Different methods of planting pistachio seedlings include planting in the main land, planting in the treasury, planting in plastic bags and so on.

Good pistachio climate:

The pistachio tree is resistant to severe cold winter and high summer heat. Pistachio tree is not compatible with weather and humidity. Humidity in the ground causes gum disease and collapse of the tree, which gradually weakens and finally dries the tree. The pistachio tree shows a high resistance to dehydration and dryness, so that old trees can be kept alive for a long time (maybe several decades) without irrigation.

Desirable pistachio soil:

The best soils for pistachio seedlings are light limonic soils, sand and clay. It is satisfactory to use fertilizers for harvesting on land, but in areas of heavy clay that hold moisture to a large extent and for a long time, planting this plant does not yield a satisfactory result, and the amount of the product will not be noticeable. Pistachio tree somewhat tolerates soil salinity.