Water is one of the most essential things for trees to survive. It is especially important for newly planted (or transplanted) trees. Newly planted trees are vulnerable to stress of being moved and transplanted into a new environment, and it may cause death. Proper watering can ease stress and grow healthy.
There is no fixed way to water a newly planted tree. Water requirements depend on many factors: season, rain, wind, temperature, humidity, soil, tree species, etc. However, the very basic rule of watering a newly planted tree is once a day for the first two weeks. It will keep a newly planted tree hydrated and healthy from drying out. You can water it once a week after the first two weeks. You should check the soil around the tree if it is dry or not, so you can water more frequently if necessary.
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