Approx. Rs 130 / PlantGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||2000 Plant|
|Life Span||20 - 25 Year|
|Scientific Name||Citrus Lemon|
|Season of planting||Can be Plant in any season|
|Density||15 x 15 Feet|
|Energy||121 kJ/100 gm|
|Start Bearing Fruits||1st year|
|Fruit Size||60 to 80 gram|
|Soil Specific||Loamy, Sandy, Well Drained|
|Variety||Tissue Culture Seedless Thai Lemon|
|Color||Green and yellow|
The lemon (Citrus × lemon) 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 the industrial purpose in the development of the 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 a good antioxidant. China is the largest producer of Lemon in the world with 15.21% share of the 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 a variety of soil. Light some or heavier but well-drained subsoil appears 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
Harvesting: Tissue culture Thai Lemon Plant start Flowering from the 8th month of cultivation and it gives fruit through the whole year.
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