If the plant material is ready and the weather gods are favorable to us, which is usually the case around mid-October, and the planting pits are made, then the planting can begin.

A planting pit is a cylindrical hole about 50-60 cm deep, in which a small planting mound is made to prevent damage to the fine roots. The fine roots are carefully spread out on the planting mound and gradually the planting pit is filled. An excessively loose filling results in rotting due to excessive penetration of rainwater. An overly tight filling can cause the delicate roots to snap, leading to later death or disease.

If the terrain is fairly flat, planting is done in a diamond pattern with a distance of four feet between plants. If the terrain is rugged, terracing is done, and on the terraces, the staggered pattern is maintained as much as possible.