To plant a sapling is somehow a technical job. First, dig out a two feet deep and one-foot round hole in the ground. Then, give treatment to the soil. Mix anti-termite and anti-insect pesticides in moderate quantities in the soil. Leave it as it is for a few hours. Then, take a trowel and upturn the soil. Now, the soil has been treated. Then, take the sapling, cut its polythene, and pull it out. After that, make a space in the treated soil to fix the sapling with its original soil. Afterward, fix it in the soil and spread the treated soil all over its roots. Then, add some water to it. Now the process is complete.