Yes! there is a difference in the size of the leaves when it comes to the Moringa Oleifera. From personal experience, anticipating on my first ground planted Moringa to show its true colors once it had reached maturity. I've come to learn, that this Moringa tree first and foremost grew quite slowly verses the newly purchased seeds we had obtained and were also growing. Well attempting to keep hopes up high towards our planted Moringa, our seedling stock began to flourish even faster, demanding that i took notice of the nickle-size leaves weighing their branches down. The planted Moringa produced leaves the size of peas in a cluster form and for one entire year this tree only grew to about 2 feet. Now on the other hand our Large leave seedlings have reached up to 8 feet in a year and ever so proudly brandishing quarter size leaves. You go figure....
Moringa Growing Soil
Now most of us think of soil as the typical plant environment that only requires watering from time to time. But to be precise, plant growth differ from place to place, this ratio of diversity changes with climate, vegetative succession, region, and soil disturbance. A highly productive soil contain equal weights of bacteria and fungi, nematodes, protozoa, earthworms and soil arthropodes.
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