Required anjeera/mango/guava grafted plants

organic-farming
#1

Hi , I am prasad from Bangalore I am starting new multi fruit plantation in my agri farm land at Nellore but I need help and advice from experienced farmers plz share with me where can I get grafted fruit plants in Bangalore/Nellore etc…how to get drip subsidy from govt.which varieties are best for commercial purpose? WDC /organic process .
Mango /custard Apple/dwarf coconut/guava/jack fruit/lemon/orange/sapota/plum /banana etc. Only bio n grafted n dwarf plants.
Reg.
Prasad
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#2

FIG :
Indian Varieties : Poona fig, Dinkar,Conardia, Mission Kadota, Brown Turkey Excel and Deanna released in India by different research stations
Imported varieties : California Black
Soil : Medium to heavy calcareous well drained, deep(about 1m) soils having pH of7-8 are ideally suited for growing figs
Spacing : As a single crop at 2.5-5m x 2.5-5m spacing (400-1600 plants/ha) or as an intercrop for 5 years in high density plantation (in between rows of main crop) at 3m x 1.5m spacing to accommodate nearly 1100 trees/ha…
Yield : The yield ranges from 7-29 tonnes/ha

CUSTARD APPLE :
Varieties : Balanagar, Arka sahan, Barbados seedling, Kakarlapahad, British Guinea, Bullock’s Heart ( Ramphal ) Mahaboobnagar, Saharanpur local and Washington are released .
Imported variety : Red custard apple
Note : Arka Sahan is not pure custard apple , A cross hybrid between 75% custard apple and 25% Cherimoya .( Ramphal )
Soil : Arable ,red ,sandy shallow soils slightly acidic in reaction are good for Custard apples It can grow well even in calcareous soils containing lime as high as 50% and in gravelly soils.
A high atmospheric humidity during flowering improves fruit set
Spacing : Planting is done at 5m x 5m in pits of size 60cm x 60cm x 60cm to accommodate 400 plants/ha. For high density planting a spacing of 6m x 3m (540 plants/ha) is ideal
Yield : Trees start yielding from 3rd year. Single crop(4-5 pickings) in August to October in South India and September to November in North India. 7 tonnes/ha. In high density planting the yield is 25 tonnes/ha

GUAVA :
Varieties : Lucknow 49, Allahabad Safeda, Chittidar, Hafshi, Seedless, Apple colour, Arka Amulya, Arka Mridula, , Banaras ,
Imported varieties : Taiwan , Red Thai
Spacing : 5 - 6m either way. High density planting 6m x 3m
Yield : Layers come to bearing in 2 - 3 years. Harvesting is done almost throughout the year . In mild climatic regions the peak harvest period is not so distinguished

ACID LIME :
Varieties : Pramalini, Vikram, Chakradhar, PKM1, Balaji,
Imported varieties : Thai seedless , Rangpur lime
Soil : Deep well drained loamy soils are the best
Spacing : Healthy seedlings/ budded plants may be planted at 5 to 6 m spacing in 60 cm x 60 cm x 60cm pits. Adopt high density planting at 6m x 3m for higher productivity.
Yield : Starts bearing from 3rd year after planting. 25 t/ha/year.

SWEET ORANGE :
Varieties : Mosambi, Sathukudi, Blood orange, Valencia, Jaffa, Hamlin and Pineapple.
Soil : Soil pH should be 6.5 to 7.5 and EC of water less than 1.0. A dry climate with about 50 – 75 cm of rainfall from June – September
Spacing : 7m x 7m for normal plantations and 6 m x 3 m for high density plantations. Adopt high density planting for higher productivity
Yield : yield from 2 year of planting . 10 t/ha. High density plantation 25 tonnes/ha

SAPOTA :
Varieties : Oval, Kalipatti.,Cricket Ball, Kirtibarti, Guthi, CO 1, CO 2, CO 3, PKM 1, PKM 2, PKM 3 and PKM 4.
Soil : Any soil with humid ( 70% RH) climate for year round fruiting
Spacing : 8 -10 m x 8- 10 m spacing and pit size of 1 m x 1 m x 1 m. Adopt 6m x 3 m for high density planting
Yield : 20 t/ha/year. In high density plantation the yield is 25-30 tonnes/ha

JACKFRUIT :
Varieties : Champa, Gulabi, Hazar,Velipala, Singapore, Hybrid jack, Panruti selection, Thanjavur jack, Burliar 1, PLR 1, PPI 1,Varikka, Koozha, Navarikka, Muttam Varika, Dewaria, NJT 1, NJT 2, NJT 3, and NJT 4(table varieties), NJT 5, NJT 6, NJT 7 and NJT 8 ( culinary varieties)
Soil : Soil pH around 5.5 at the time of planting is desirable., rich deep alluvial soil.
Spacing : A spacing 10m x 10 m accommodating 40 plants per acre will suffice for this fruit crop.
Yield : from 4th - 5th year . 20 to 100 fruits / tree ( each fruit weighing 10-20 kgs )

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#3

Tks for a valuable reply…
Which I am going to start plantation in my soil conditions are ph:up to 8.2 …present we have harvested paddy…water available …found zinc deficiency…temp up to 40d in this soil I am trying to farming organic/WDC /cumpost based plantation/vegetables is it possible? If possible how? Which process?
I am planning to start fruit plantation n vegetable farming…commercial veracities…
Reg.
Prasad

#4

Heavy clay to very light sandy soils having pH between 4.5-8.2 are suitable for cultivation of guava .
Popular varieties of Guava being cultivated in Karnataka (Kolar, Shimoga, Dharwar, Raichur, Bangalore (R & U), Belgaum ) Allahabad Safeda, L-49, Araka Mridula, Araka Amulya, Bangalore, Dharwar
Zinc deficiency results in interveinal chlorosis, formation of little leaves and restricted internodes leading to “rosette”

The pH ranged from 8.1 to 8.5 and EC in the rootzone of soil supporting healthy citrus plants and any value above it may lead to interveinal chlorosis

Lemon Varieties being cultivated in Karnataka - Baramasi, Nepali oblong, Italian lemon, Lisbon lemon, Eureka lemon, Seville .

Zinc deficiency affects citrus growing in either acid or alkaline soils, but is usually more severe with alkaline soils. Excessive use of phosphate fertilizers can accentuate zinc deficiency

Leaves of zinc-deficient citrus are small and abnormally narrow, and rather crowded, on short stems; this produces a bunched appearance.