Soursop is a small evergreen tree that bears delicious fruit. Soursop is the most popular of the Annona genus, likely because it doesn’t require hand pollination as most other genus members require. Seeds are true to their parents. Sow fresh seeds in the soil, keep moist. Germination is fast, a few days. Plant in good soil with organic matter and plenty of drainage, fertilize at regular intervals. It sets fruit multiple times a year.
Soursop has a plethora of medical uses. Many parts of the tree have been used since ancient times. Today scientists have found 212 medicinal benefits using different parts of the tree and preparations. Unfortunately, the seeds are the only inedible part of the tree as they are poisonous.
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