- There are two ways of producing the seedling – by use of seeds and seedling.
- Planted the seeds in a nursery bed.
- The nursery should be located in an area that accesses sunlight and near a water source for easy watering of the crops. Apples grow well in loamy and well-drained soils.
- After two weeks, the seedlings shoot and produce leaves. They are then transferred to the beds, where they are kept under netting to protect excess heat from reaching them.
- When they grow up to around 30 centimetres, graft and bring them to the field and when they grow up to around one metre, neap them to control them from excess growth vertically and to encourage branching.