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Arecanut cultivation

Arecanut cultivation

ARECANUT(Areca catechu, Palmae) Arecanut palm is cultivated primarily for its kernel obtained from the fruit which is chewed in its tender, ripe or processed form. Though it is native of Malayan Archipelago, Philippines and other East Indian Islands, Commercial cultivation is confined only in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. India …

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Strawberry Cultivation

Strawberry Cultivation

In India, strawberry cultivated in areas like Mahabaleshwar, Ooty,  Idukki, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and the northeast state of India. Mostly Strawberry crop is cultivated in open field; Nowadays Strawberry has cultivated in the Greenhouse also because the price of Strawberry is high in the off-season.In the Greenhouse, Strawberry  Plants grow through the years. Strawberry fruit is a rich source of …

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Cherry Cultivation

Cherry Cultivation

Cherry fruit cultivation can be an excellent food crop for backyard or small-farm setting. Botanically, the cherry fruit is a “Drupe”, Cherry fruit belongs to many plants of the genus prunes and packed with healthy nutrients and excellent antioxidants. Basically, Cherries are cultivated all over the world nut native to …

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Apple Cultivation

Apple Cultivation

Apples are the oldest commercial fruit that is grown every corner of the world. After Banana farming, Orange farming, Apple farming | Cultivation top the list of commercial farming. So, growing apple trees is a good idea, rather than going for any other commercial farming. So, friends, today, we are going to learn step by step, Apple farming …

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Date palm cultivation

Date palm cultivation

Dates are the fruit of a desert palm tree. There are 220 kinds of dates, or which about 20 are commercially viable. A popular food in the Middle East, they and found in abundance in the desert and around oases. Many parts of the Middle East would be uninhabitable were …

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Grapes Cultivation

Grapes Cultivation

Grape vines not only produce sweet and versatile fruits, they add an element of drama to a garden or landscape. They are vigorous growers, and with the proper pruning, they will produce fruit with ease and can last longer than 30 years. American grapes are the most cold-hardy, while European grapes, …

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