Horticulture Plant

Date Plam Plants (Tissue Culture)

Date Plam Plants (Tissue Culture)  

Plans Per Acre

75 Plants(10 Males & 65 Females)

Desitty<
24×24

Start Bearing Fruits
3rd Year

Fruit Size
40 gms to 80 gms

Harvesting
April to June

Production
3rd year 5Kg to 10 Kg
4th year 20kg to 25 Kg
5th year 50 Kg to 60 Kg
6th year 80 kg to 100 Kg
7th year 150 Kg to 200 Kg

Speciality
90 % Pulp
High demand in Market.
High Self Life.

Intercroping
Yes

Life Span
More then 100 years

Pomegranate Plants

Pomegranate is native to the Middle East and South Asia. It is one of the first five cultivated foods in the world. It is very high in Potassium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Folic Acid, and antioxidants. Pomegranate is high value crops. Read Additional information follow this 5 dragons online. Many studies show that Pomegranate is one of the most powerful and the nutrient dense food for overall good health. It is an ideal crop for the sustain ability of small holdings as well as pomegranate is well suited to the topography and agro-climate of arid and semi-arid regions.

Soil

It should be fertile and well drained. Sandy loam to black soil, rich in organic matter > 20% are preferred.

Climate
It should be fertile and well drained. Sandy loam to black soil, rich in organic matter > 20% are preferred.

Season of planting

Feb to Apr (In Summer), June and July (In Monsoon) and Sept to Oct (Early Winter).

Scientific Name
Punica Granatum

Variety
POMO (Bhagwa or Sinduri)

Weight
350 gm. to 550 gm.

Harvesting
POMO starts flowering after 18 months to 24 months, after 4 to 5 months of flowering, fruits are mature for harvesting.

Plant age Limit
15 years to 18 years (Depending on the Maintenance.)

Mango Plants

The mango is a juicy stone fruit belonging to the genus Mangifera, consisting of numerous tropical fruiting trees, cultivated mostly for edible fruit. The majority of these species are found in nature as wild mangoes. They all belong to the flowering plant family Anacardiaceous. “Indian mango” is the only mango tree commonly cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions. It originated in Indian subcontinent (present day India and Pakistan) and Burma.

Soil

It should be fertile and well drained. Sandy loam or Black soil should be preferred.
Climate
All season of India.

Scientific Name
Mangifera Indica

ariety
Langada, Dashehari, Mallika, Aamrapali, kesar, Hapoos.

Weight
400gm to 1000 gm

Harvesting
First crop within After 3 years and highest yields from the next 4 or 5 years.

Plant age Limit
18 to 20 years.

Custard Apple

Custard Apple is a sweet fruit, which is widely grown across the world. The custard apple is believed to be a native of the West Indies but it was carried in early times through Central America to southern Mexico. It has long been cultivated and naturalized as far south as Peru and Brazil. It is commonly grown in the Bahamas and occasionally in Bermuda and southern Florida. In India the tree is cultivated, especially around Calcutta, and runs wild in many areas. The fruit is compound in nature, measuring 3 1/4 to 6 1/2 inches (8-16 cm) in diameter. The shape of the fruit may be symmetrically heart-shaped, lopsided, or irregular. It may be nearly round or oblate, with a deep or shallow depression at the base. The skin or covering of custard apple is thin but tough, which is usually yellow or brownish when ripe. Beneath the thin covering, a thick, cream-white layer of custard like, granular, flesh is present, which surrounds seeds. The flavor of the fruit is sweet and agreeable.

Soil

The custard apple does best in low-lying, deep, rich soil with ample moisture and good drainage.
Climate
It prefers Rainy Season and winter.

Scientific Name
Annona Reticulata

Variety
BALANAGAR

Weight
400 gm. to 800 gm.

Harvesting

The custard apple has the advantage of cropping in late winter and spring when the preferred members of the genus are not in season. It is picked when it has lost all green color and ripens without splitting so that it is readily sold in local markets. If picked green, it will not color well and will be of inferior quality.

Plant age Limit
18 to 20 years.

Papaya Plant

Horticulture Plant

Papaya plant belongs to Caricaceae family of flowering plants. It is native crop of Mexico and was introduced in India in 16th Century. Papayas are an excellent source of vitamin C and one single medium fruit provides 224% of your daily needs. Papaya tree bears many spherical or pear-shaped fruits clumped near its top end. They come in variety of sizes ranging from 6-20 inches in length and 4-12 inches in diameter. Exotic papaya fruit or pawpaw is packed with numerous health benefiting nutrients. The fruit is one of the favorites of fruit lovers for its nutritional, digestive, and medicinal properties. Papaya has become an important agricultural export for developing countries, where export revenues of the fruit provide a livelihood for thousands of people, especially in Asia and Latin America. Papaya exports contribute to the growing supply of healthful food products on international markets

Soil

It should be fertile and well drained. Black soil should be preferred.
Climate
It prefers cool winter and Rainy Season.

Season of planting
Rainy Season and Winter Season.

Scientific Name
Carica papaya

Variety
Taiwan 786 and Sapna.

Weight
1.50 Kg to 2.50 Kg.

Harvesting
Papaya plant takes only 4 months to give fruits and 14 months to pluck the fruit from the plant.

Plant age Limit
Up to 4- 5 years

Sapota Plant

Horticulture Plant

Sapota, popularly known in India as chiku, is native to tropical America Most probably to south Mexico or Central America. This plant is also grown for its Latex. Chicle and gutta parcha are extracted from its latex. These are used as a base material in chewing gum and in some other industrial products. In India it is cultivated for fruits which are liked all over the country. The fruit is a fleshy berry, variable in shape, size and weight (75-150g). The skin is thin, rusty brown somewhat scurfy looking like Irish potato, and the pulp soft, melting, crumbling with a sandy or granular texture with 1-5 hard, black seeds. The fruit is a good source of digestible sugar (12-18%) and an appreciable source of protein, fat fiber ad minerals, Calcium and Iron. It has become a very popular fruit crop in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, and Kerala.

Soil

Alluvial, sandy loam, red laterite and medium black soils with good drainage are ideal for cultivation of sapota.

Climate
It needs warm (10-380 C) and humid climate (70% relative humidity) for growth and can be cultivated throughout the year.

Season of planting
Before and after rainy Season should not plant during rainy season.

Scientific Name
Achras zapota

Variety
Kalipatti, Dhola Diwani, Cricket ball And Murabba

Weight
75 gm to 150 gm

Harvesting
Sapota starts bearing from third year of planting but economic yields can be obtained from 5th year onwards.

Plant age Limit
Up to 13- 15 years.

Lemon Plant

Horticulture Plant
The lemon (Citrus × limon) is a species of small evergreen tree native to Asia.

Lemon i.e. Citrus Limon is a yellow oval-shaped fruit with high juicy acidic content in it. It has wide use in the culinary and non-culinary affairs of the world. The acidic juice of this fruit is made of 6% citric acid and is sour to taste. Lemon is divided into three parts- juice which is contained in the inner body, rind, and zest..The pulp and rind (zest) are also used in cooking and baking.

Lemon has strengthened its roots since centuries because of its useful properties in food, baking, skin cleaning, age neutralizing, drinks like lemonades and soft drinks and much more. Besides this, lemon is also used for industrial purpose in development of fermentation process, in medicine it is used in aromatherapy and making of essential oils. Lemon contains high potassium, calcium, and iron, rich in Vitamin C, low in pH content and good antioxidant. 100g of Lemon gives 121 kJ of energy. China is the largest producer of Lemon in the world with 15.21% share of total. While India stands on second place in Lemon production with 2,200,000 tonnes of the lemon production.

Soil

Citrus Can grow well in variety of soil. Light lome or heavier but well drained sub soil appear to be ideal for lemon cultivation

Climate

Citrus fruits grow best between a temperature range of 13°C to 44°C.

Season of planting

Can be Plant in any season

Scientific Name
Citrus Limon

Density
15 x15 Feet

Variety
Tissue Culture Seedless Thai Lemon

Weight
60 gm to 80 gm

Harvesting
Tissue cultue Thai Lemon Plant start Flowering from 8th month of cultivation and it give fruit through whole year.

Plant age Limit
Up to 20- 25 years

Guava Plant

Horticulture Plant

Guava (Psidium guajava ) belongs to the family Myrtaceae. Guava is known as the apple of the tropics. It is one of the most common fruits in India. It is grown all over the tropics and subtropics. In India it is grown in 0.148 M ha area with a total production of 1.631 M mt and average productivity of 11 mt/ha. Guava is a rich source of ascorbic acid and protein. The ascorbic acid content of guava varies from 75 to 260 mg/100g depending on cultivar, season, location and stage of maturity. The fruits harvested during winter season are superior in quality in comparison to rainy season fruits. It contains considerable amount of Ca, P and Fe. However, 80 per cent of the iron remains in seed and is not utilizable. Guava fruits are good source of pectin, which ranges from 0.5 to 1.8 per cent.

Soil

It can grow well in slightly alkaline and poor soils. For good growth of trees well drained sandy loams to clay loams with 6.5 to 8.5 pH are best suited.

Climate
It can tolerate mild frost in winter and drought in summer. It requires dry climate condition at the time of flowering.

Can be Plant in any season

Scientific Name
Psidium guajava

Plant age Limit
Up to 20- 25 years.

Density
15 x20 Feet

Variety
S 9 Pink

Weight
60 gm to 80 gm

Harvesting

After one year of cultivation it Start Flowering and fruit can be harvested throughout the year.

Drum stick Plant

Horticulture Plant

Moringa oleifera, known popularly as drumstick tree, is a tropical plant grown for its nutritious leafy-greens, flower buds, and mineral-rich green fruit pods. It is a well-recognized member in the Moringaceae family of trees, and thought to be originated in the sub-Himalayan forests of the Indian subcontinent. It possesses horseradish-like root and, hence, known to the western world as horseradish tree. Their young, tender seed pods are popular as murnga in Tamil, and malunggay in Philippines. The drumstick crop is widely distributed in Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malaysia, Cuba, Egypt and Jamaica.

Moringa is a drought tolerant, medium-sized, evergreen tree that prefers warm, frost-free climates to flourish. Its tender leaves and twigs can be harvested at any time from a well-established, 1.5 to 2 meters tall plant. Taller plants bear cream-white, small size flowers in clusters throughout the season, which subsequently develop into long slender dark-green, three-sided, edible seedpods with tapering ends. Each pod measures about 6-18 inches in length with constrictions at the seed nodes giving them a typical drumstick-like appearance. Inside, each pod features fleshy pulp and round pea-sized seed encased inside a wing-shaped coat (hull).

Soil

Moringa/Drumstick can be grown on wide range of soils. However, the best yield can be obtained in well-drained sandy or loamy soil.

Climate
The drumstick/moringa crop is grown mainly in dry and arid climatic conditions. It can also be cultivated in semiarid, tropical, and subtropical regions of the world.

Season of planting

Can be Plant in any season

Scientific Name
Moringa oleifera

Plant age Limit
Up to 10 to 15 years.

Density
10 x12 Feet

Variety
Coimbatore 2, P.K.M 1 and P.K.M 2

Weight
Length of each sick is 45 to 75 cm.

Harvesting

the first harvest can take place 6–8 months after planting.

Apple Ber

Horticulture Plant

Ber is the Urdu name for the fruit of the tree Zizyphus vulgaris, or mauritania or sativa and is called the jujube berry in English. It is also known as the Indian jujube or Chinese date. Apple Ber is a Thailand variety ber. The taste of these ber is very sweet. The weight of each plum is about 100-200gm. It looks similar to green apples. That is why seed is known as apple plum. This kind of plant starts giving fruits after 6 months. It gives fruits twice in a year. Plums are produced mainly December to January. This tree gives 25-30kg fruits during first year and in the second year itgives 40-45kg fruits. It is a new variety fruit in the present market and it is attractive too. In big cities of India these fruits can be sold.

The fruit has been used in traditional medicine as an emollient, expectorant, coolant, anodyne and tonic and has been used as an antidote for aconite poisoning. It is given to relieve abdominal pains during pregnancy and can be applied to wounds when used in a poultice.

Soil

Grows on a wide range of soils ranging from shallow to deep and from gravelly and sandy to clay.

Climate
For best production, this fruit crop requires hot and dry climatic conditions. The Ber fruit crop tolerates high temperature and aridity by cessation of growth, leaf fall and dormancy stage.

Season of planting

The best season for Ber plantation is monsoon June to August and December to March.

Scientific Name
Ziziphus mauritiana

Density
15 x12 Feet

Variety
Apple Ber

Weight
The weight of each plum is about 100-200gm

Harvesting
After 6 month of cultivation.

Plant age Limit
Up to 20 to 25 years.

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit is native to the  Central America. It is one of the first five cultivated foods in the world.Dragon fruits have a surprising number of phytonutrients. Rich in antioxidants, they containvitamin C (equivalent to 10 percent of the daily value), polyunsaturated (good) fatty acids, and several B vitamins for carbohydrate metabolism, as well as carotene and protein.. Dragon fruit is high value crops. Many studies show that Dragon fruit is one of the most powerful and the nutrient dense food for overall good health.

Soil

It should be fertile and well drained. Sandy loam to black soil, rich in organic matter > 20% are preferred. Ph. 5.5-7

Climate
It should be fertile and well drained. Sandy loam to black soil, rich in organic matter > 20 to 40 cl.  are preferred.

Season of planting

mar to Apr (In Summer)

Scientific Name
Hylocereus undatus

Variety
thaired and pink

Weight
100 gm. to 150 gm.

Harvesting

starts flowering after 18 months to 24 months, after 10 to 12 months of flowering, fruits are mature for harvesting.

<Plant age Limit
30 years to 40 years (Depending on the Maintenance.)