Still being an uncommon fruit its production needs a lot of care and awareness. An easy but technical approach might lead to success. Different fruit requires different techniques. Unique tips might help a hand in this case of dragon fruit.
• Sandy soil is the best option for the production of dragon fruit.
• pH 6 to 7 is preferable which is slightly acidic for better results.
• Use of fertilizer in active growing season and restriction on use in cold winter might add a benefit.
• Planting the fruit plant with some support like a climbing pole, trellis etc. helps in proper growth.
• Dragon fruit needs full sun—choose a sunny area in your garden or a sunny windowsill that gets at least six hours of sunlight a day—and good drainage to avoid “wet feet.”