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soil for apple tree

<p>I am getting a family apple tree to put in a pot I have which is about about 50l. Delivery height is about 80 cm.Is that pot  big enough and I thought of using 50:50 erin potting compost and " home made" from compost bin sifted soil. What do you think and what would you suggest?</p>
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