Approx. Rs 90 / PieceGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||300 Piece|
|Variety||S 9 Pink|
|Fruit Weight||60 gm to 80 gm|
|Scientific Name||Psidium guajava|
|Soil pH||6.5 to 8.5 pH|
|Season of planting||Can be Plant in any season|
|Plant Age Limit||Up to 20- 25 years.|
|Density||15 x20 Feet|
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 the winter season are superior in quality in comparison to rainy season fruits. It contains a considerable amount of Ca, P and Fe. However, 80 per cent of the iron remains in seed and is not utilizable. Guava fruits are a 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.
Harvesting: After one year of cultivation it Start Flowering and fruit can be harvested throughout the year.
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