When the plants are ready and the weather gods favourable, which is generally speaking in mid October, the plant wholes are dug. Plant wholes are about 50 cm to 50 cm deep, cilindric and have inside them a small hill to protect the smallest roots. These hair roots are carefully spread out over this little hill and then gradually the hole is filled. If the soil is too lose, the plant will rot, because the hole will fill with rain water. If the soil is packed too tight can break the roots cause the plant to die later. On flat terrain the plants are put in a diamond, each from the other at a distance of four feet. If the terrain has a slope then the pattern is adjusted appropriately.