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Guava - Organic Farming in Tamil Nadu

  • Hot and arid climate is most suitable for guava farming.

  • Guava can tolerate heat and litter.

  • Irrigation should be done 10-15 days in heavy land and 5-7 days in light soil.

  • Make a plate in depth and apply cow dung manure,  before the end of the rainfall in June-July

  • Guava trees produce flowers and fruits thrice a year 

  • After 120-140 days of flowering, the fruit begins to ripen.

  • When the color of the fruit starts falling light yellow, then it is harvested.

  • Every year 400 to 600 fruits are obtained from a full grown guava plant, which weight 125 to 150 kg

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Organic Farming in India

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