Where can I get a Moringa tree?
I found a link that should help. They have seeds for sale for cultivation and can, in the very least, help point you in the right direction. Also, I am including a link from our site with information on growing Moringa trees:http://moringafarms.com/, https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/moringa/about-moringa-trees.htm
Please let me know what the deficiency might be. My drumstick tree is not fruiting despite profuse flowering.
If your drumstick tree (Moringa) is less than 2 to 4 years old, it may be too young to produce fruit. It should produce fruit in the next few years. Also, if you harvest leaves from the tree, it may not have enough energy to produce fruit.
Another possibility is that it needs potassium. Adding a potassium-containing fertilizer might help.
MOMAX3 Moringa variety gives first harvest just within 4-6 months of plantation. see here: https://youtu.be/ZziiQ90WMd8
To know Moringa in totality attend 6th Global Moringa Meet 2018:http://jatrophaworld.org/global_moringa_meet_81.html
Can I use moringa leaf solution to foliar spray plants? If so, which plants and how do I make the mixture?
Mix 1 part tea to 10 parts water.
Most trees will be stressed soon after they're planted (transplant shock) and may have yellowing or dropping leaves, but as long as it's planted in an appropriate spot for the species, it should recover on its own. Here is more information about transplant shock:
If the tree doesn't seem to be recovering after a few months, check this article for other possibilities:
would moringa tree grow safely in zone 9A florida
Sure! This article will help you to grow these trees: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/moringa/about-moringa-trees.htm
All green leaves become pale and white.
It looks like spider mite damage. This article should help:
I grew these trees from seeds, planting them approximately 20 months ago. Eleven trees have grown, 1/2 of them only 2 feet tall, the tallest being 5 feet tall, but all seem fragile & spindly. :-( What is the best way to plant them & get them stronger & healthier ??
They are hardy in your area, so you can plant them, though spring is the best time to do so. Usually, a spindly plant indicates a lack of light, but can be due to certain nutrient deficiencies such as nitrogen.
This article will help you to grow these trees: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/moringa/about-moringa-trees.htm