Avocado Tree Not Growing

I have an avocado tree that was planted by someone else. I don't know what type of soil they used, I know that they grew it from a seed. What can I do to help it grow? I've been taking care of it for a year and it has not grown an inch, what can I do to help it grow faster?

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April 5, 20171 found this helpful
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What type of area is it planted in? It should be in the shade, for starters. Here is guide to growing an avocado tree:

http://www.trop  com/avocado.html

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April 5, 20171 found this helpful
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My dad has planted an avocado tree but purchased from the nursery and it has grown. Not much, and uses a lot of water.

However, upon research it says if an avocado was grown from a seed, it could take anywhere from 5 to 13 years to mature!

Reference: http://www.cali  own-avocado-tree

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April 6, 20171 found this helpful
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Make sure the temperature never gets below 45F. Some trees will never bear fruit.

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April 5, 20171 found this helpful

If it isin a container, it may be time for a bigger pot.

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