Category: Production Technology of Fruit Crops Notes

Production Technology of Fruit Crops Notes

Amla
Apple – Special Cultural Operations and Physiological Disorders
Apple
Avocado
Banana – Major Production Constraints – Physiological Disorders
Banana
Ber And Jamun
Citrus – Nutrient Deficiencies, Corrective Measures, Physiological Disorders
Grapes – Nutrient Disorders, Corrective Measures, and Physiological Disorders
Grapes
Guava
Jack
Litchi (or) Lychee
Mango – Major Problems, Physiological Disorders
Mango
Mangosteen
Papaya
Peach and Nectarines
Pear
Pine Apple
Plums and Prunes
Pomegranate
Rambutan and Longan
Sapota
Scope and Importance of Fruit Cultivation
Wood Apple and Bael

Papaya

Papaya Papaya (Carica papaya L.), caricaceae , 2n 18 The papaya is native of Tropical America was introduced to India in the 18th century. It is now grown in almost all tropical and subtropical countries in the world.’ In India, it is largely grown in Bihar, Assam, Maharashtra. Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh with a […]

Mangosteen

Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana) Mangosteen is queen of fruits bearing beautiful at the same time very delicious globose deep purple fruits. Large tree growing upto 10-15 m without angular branches. It is considered as the finest fruit of the world. Native to Malay Arrhipelago and moluccas islands. Fleshy soft, well developed arid is the edible portion. […]

Mango

Mango Mango (Mangifera indica), the king of fruits, is grown in India for over 400 years. India shares about 56% of total mango production in the world. Its production has been increasing since independence, contributing 39.5% of the total fruit pro­duction of India. Andhra Pradesh tops in total production, whereas Uttar Pradesh tops area-wise. Andhra […]

Mango – Major Problems, Physiological Disorders

Mango – Major Problems, Physiological Disorders Disorders Alternate bearing Alternate bearing has been one of the major problems. Most of the south Indian varieties are regular-bearer, whereas north Indian ones alternate-bearer. Paclobutrazol is a promising chemical for flower induction in mango. Soil drenching with paclobutrazol (5g -10g/tree) results in minimum outbreak of vegetative flushes during […]

Jack

Jack India is considered to be the native home of jack. In the tamil literature, jack has been given the important second position of significant ‘three fruits’ viz., ‘Mukkani’. It is mainly distributed in the tropical humid belt. In India, Assam, Bihar, Kerala and Tamil Nadu are the main jack growing states. In Tamil Nadu […]

Guava

Guava Guava (Psidium Guajava) Family: Myrtaceae It is the fourth most important fruit of India in respect of area and production. It is said to have been introduced from tropical America. It is grown in many parts of the world. It is also popularly called as apple of the tropics and poor man’s apple. It […]

Grapes

Grapes Grapes : Vitis vinifera Vitaceae Grape is a subtropical fruit but adapted to tropical conditions. It is a vine spreading on a support, native of Armenia, a district near the caspiansea in Russia. It was introduced into India by the in values of Iran and Afghanistan. It is one of the most delicious refreshing […]

Grapes – Nutrient Disorders, Corrective Measures, and Physiological Disorders

Grapes – Nutrient Disorders, Corrective Measures, and Physiological Disorders Pests Nematode Carbofuran – 60 g/vine a week before pruning and irrigated profusely. The soil should not be disturbed to atleast 15 days. Application of neem cake 200 g/vine also controls nematode. We can afforded for application of P. fluorescens. Flea beetles Phosalone – 2ml/lit after […]