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Plum Seedlings

Original price was: KSh 1,000.00.Current price is: KSh 600.00.

Our plum seedlings in Kenya are carefully selected and grown to meet the highest standards. Each plums seedling undergoes rigorous quality checks and is certified to ensure it meets all agricultural regulations and standards. This certification guarantees that our plum seedlings are disease-free and genetically superior.

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Our plum seedlings in Kenya are carefully selected and grown to meet the highest standards. Each plums seedling undergoes rigorous quality checks and is certified to ensure it meets all agricultural regulations and standards. This certification guarantees that our seedlings are disease-free and genetically superior.

One of the key concerns for farmers is the survival rate of plums seedlings after transplantation. With Farmers Trend, this concern is minimized. Our plum seedlings in Kenya have a proven 99% survival rate. This exceptional rate is a testament to the robust health and resilience of our seedlings, ensuring that farmers experience minimal loss and maximum growth.

Expert Cultivation Techniques

Our plum seedlings are cultivated using advanced agricultural practices. We employ state-of-the-art greenhouses and nurseries where each seedling is nurtured under optimal conditions. This controlled environment allows us to produce seedlings that are well-adapted to various climatic conditions across Kenya.

Benefits of Planting Plums

Growing plums in Kenya offers numerous benefits:

  1. Economic Viability: Plums have a high market value and demand both locally and internationally.
  2. Nutritional Value: Plums are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making them highly sought after for their health benefits.
  3. Versatility: Plums can be consumed fresh, dried, or processed into products like jams, juices, and preserves.

Steps to Planting and Caring for Plum Seedlings

To ensure the best results, follow these steps for planting and maintaining your plum seedlings:

Site Selection

Choose a site with well-drained soil and ample sunlight. Plums thrive in slightly acidic to neutral soil with a pH between 5.5 and 6.5.

Soil Preparation

Prepare the soil by adding organic matter such as compost or well-rotted manure. This enriches the soil and improves its structure, promoting healthy root growth.


Plant the seedlings at the beginning of the rainy season to ensure they receive adequate water during the critical establishment phase. Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the root ball, place the seedling in the hole, and cover it with soil. Water thoroughly after planting.


Ensure consistent watering, especially during dry periods. Avoid waterlogging, which can cause root rot. Mulching around the base of the seedlings helps retain moisture and suppress weeds.


Prune the plum trees regularly to promote air circulation, sunlight penetration, and to shape the tree for better fruit production. Remove any dead, diseased, or crossing branches.


Apply balanced fertilizers to provide essential nutrients. A soil test can help determine specific nutrient needs. Fertilize during the growing season for optimal growth and fruiting.

Why Trust Farmers Trend?

Farmers Trend is more than just a supplier; we are your partners in agricultural success. Here’s why you should trust us for your plum seedlings in Kenya:

  1. Expertise: Our team comprises experienced agronomists and horticulturists who provide ongoing support and advice.
  2. Quality Assurance: Our seedlings undergo strict quality control processes to ensure they meet the highest standards.
  3. Customer Satisfaction: We prioritize our customers’ needs and offer reliable services, from seedling selection to post-purchase support.
  4. Sustainable Practices: We promote sustainable farming practices that benefit both the farmer and the environment.

Best Regions to Plant Plum Seedlings in Kenya

Plums thrive in regions with favorable climatic conditions and well-drained soils. Here are some of the best regions in Kenya for planting plum seedlings:

1. Central Kenya

  • Counties: Nyeri, Murang’a, Kiambu, and Kirinyaga
  • Climate: Cool temperatures and well-distributed rainfall make these areas ideal for plum cultivation.
  • Soil: Fertile and well-drained loam soils.

2. Rift Valley

  • Counties: Nakuru, Uasin Gishu, and Bomet
  • Climate: Moderate temperatures with adequate rainfall.
  • Soil: Well-drained volcanic soils rich in organic matter.

3. Eastern Kenya

  • Counties: Meru, Embu, and Tharaka-Nithi
  • Climate: Moderate to warm temperatures with sufficient rainfall.
  • Soil: Well-drained, fertile loam soils.

4. Western Kenya

  • Counties: Kakamega, Bungoma, and Vihiga
  • Climate: Consistent rainfall and moderate temperatures.
  • Soil: Fertile soils with good drainage.

Plant Population Per Acre

The spacing and plant population of plum trees per acre are crucial for optimal growth and fruit production. For plum seedlings, the recommended spacing is:

  • Spacing: 4 meters by 4 meters (approximately 13 feet by 13 feet).
  • Population: This translates to about 270 trees per acre.

Proper spacing allows each tree to receive adequate sunlight, air circulation, and nutrients, which are essential for healthy growth and high yields.

Expected Yield Per Acre

The yield per acre of plum trees can vary depending on several factors, including the variety of plum, soil fertility, climate conditions, and farming practices. However, under optimal conditions with proper management, plum farmers can expect significant yields:

  • Initial Yield: Plum trees typically start bearing fruit in the third year after planting. The initial yield may be lower, around 5-10 tons per acre.
  • Mature Yield: By the fifth to sixth year, when the trees are fully mature, the yield can increase to 15-20 tons per acre.

Regular pruning, proper fertilization, pest, and disease management, and adequate irrigation are essential practices to achieve these yields.

Expected Returns Per Acre

The returns from plum farming can be quite lucrative given the high demand for plums both locally and internationally. The financial returns per acre can be calculated based on the expected yield and the market price for plums.

Market Price

  • Local Market: The average price of plums in the local market ranges from Ksh 100 to Ksh 150 per kilogram.
  • Export Market: For export quality plums, prices can go higher, especially during peak demand seasons.

Calculation of Returns

Using an average price of Ksh 120 per kilogram, here’s a breakdown of potential returns:

  • Year 3-4: With an initial yield of 5-10 tons (5,000-10,000 kilograms):
    • Revenue: 5,000 kg x Ksh 120 = Ksh 600,000
    • Revenue: 10,000 kg x Ksh 120 = Ksh 1,200,000
  • Year 5 and beyond: With a mature yield of 15-20 tons (15,000-20,000 kilograms):
    • Revenue: 15,000 kg x Ksh 120 = Ksh 1,800,000
    • Revenue: 20,000 kg x Ksh 120 = Ksh 2,400,000

Net Profit

After accounting for production costs such as seedlings, labor, fertilizers, pest control, and irrigation, the net profit can still be substantial. Efficient management practices can significantly increase profitability.

Take Away

Planting plum seedlings in Kenya is a promising venture with the potential for high yields and substantial financial returns. The best regions for cultivation include Central Kenya, Rift Valley, Eastern Kenya, and Western Kenya, each offering favorable climatic and soil conditions. With an optimal plant population of about 270 trees per acre and proper management, farmers can expect impressive yields and returns.

At Farmers Trend, we provide top-quality, certified plum seedlings to help farmers achieve the best results. Our commitment to quality ensures that you start with the best foundation for a successful plum orchard. For more information on plum seedlings in Kenya, visit our website or contact our customer service team. Let Farmers Trend be your partner in cultivating success!

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