Farmers can grow guava in medium water logged soil but try to avoid planting guava in severely affected lands. Guava can be grown in sandy to heavily fertile soil. The guava plants should be planted in March and September. Fruit plants reduce fruit yield after four to five years. If yield of guava plant reduces, farmers can increase plants fertility by adding gypsum 100% with forty kilograms of farm yard manure and two kilograms of urea per plant as per the requirement of the field.