Approx. Rs 65 / PlantGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Plant|
|Climate||Rainy Season and Winter.|
|Weight||400 gm to 800 gm|
|Scientific Name||Annona Reticulata|
|Life Span||18 to 20 years|
|Plant Age Limit||18 to 20 Years|
We are involved in offering Custard Apple Plants. 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 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.
The custard apple does best in low-lying, deep, rich soil with ample moisture and good drainage.
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.
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