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Mango fruit - kalp taruh

Mango

Botanical name : Mangifera Indica

Soil & climate : Red loamy soil

Season of planting : July- December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1 m3

Spacing : 7*7m, 10*10m, 5*5m

Irrigation : Till establishment daily watering

Manure application : 10- 15 kg compost /plant

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Lemon

Botanical name : Citrus spp

Soil & climate : Well drained loamy soil, Dry climate, moderate rainfall <750mm

Season of planting : June-September

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75m

Spacing : 6*6m

Irrigation : Regular watering in post monsoon 8-10 days interval, 5days during summer months

Manure application : 10kg for 1st year

Botanical name : Psidium guajava

Soil & climate : Well drained soils Wet & dry regions

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 0.45*0.45*0.45m

Spacing : 5*5m

Irrigation : Immediately after planting;again on 3rd day, afterwards once in 10days

Manure application : 50 kg compost

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Guava

Botanical name : Manilkara achras

Soil & climate : Grown in all types of soils, Tropical crop

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 8*8m, 4*4m high density

Irrigation : Sapota can tolerate drought conditions to some extent, yet it responds well to irrigation.

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

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Chikoo

Papaya - kalptaruh

Papaya

Botanical name : Carica papaya

Soil & climate : Well drained soils, tropical fruit grows well in regions: summer temperature 35- 38 0C

Season of planting : Spring (February-March), Monsoon (June-July) and Autumn (October-November)

Pit preparations : 0.45*0.45*0.45m

Spacing : 1.5*1.5m

Irrigation : Irrigation weekly

Manure application : 10kg basal dose

Jack tree - kalp taruh

Jack

Botanical name : Artocarpus heterophyllus

Soil & climate : Deep well drained red soil

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 8*8m

Irrigation : Once in week

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

Botanical name : Zizyphus mauritiana

Soil & climate : Arid & semi arid regions, Tolerate salinity & alkalinity

Season of planting : July- August

Pit preparations :1*1*1m

Spacing : 7*7m, 5*5m

Irrigation : Irrigation for establishment, 5% slope towards base of tree for in situ water harvesting

Manure application : 20 kg compost

Ber tree

Ber

Botanical name : Eugenia jambolana

Soil & climate : Tropical

Season of planting : June

Pit preparations :1*1*1m

Spacing : 10*10m

Irrigation : Irrigation weekly

Manure application :30kg compost

Jamun

Jamun

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Banyan

Botanical name : Ficus benghalensis

Local Name : Indian banyan, banyan fig

Soil & climate : Well drained sandy loamy soil, favours humid places with well distributed rainfall

Season of planting : June – December 

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 10*10m

Irrigation : The soil should be evenly moist without excess liquid. Irrigation should be done regularly twice a week during the spring and summer as these are the seasons of growth. Since the potted banyan tree is too sensitive to water, you need to spray its leaves 🍃 gently with water. ‘

Manure application : 15kg compost

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Neem

Botanical name : Azardirachta indica

Local Name : Nim

Soil & climate : The soil should be well drained, fertile and rich in organic content for growing plant.

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 7*7m

Irrigation : The trees benefit from regular moisture, but be careful not to overwater, as the tree won’t tolerate wet feet or poorly drained soil. Allow the soil to dry between every watering.

Manure application : 15kg compost

Botanical name : Terminalia catappa

Local Name : Country Almond, Malabar almond, tropical almond

Soil & climate : Wide range of soils, Sandy loam is best. Tropical to sub tropical climate of India. Temperature : 25-35 C.

Season of planting : June-September

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 8*8m

Irrigation : Drought tolerant requires minimal water

Manure application : 15kg compost

Indian badam

Indian Almond

Botanical name : Butea monosperma

Local Name : Palas, flame of the forest

Soil & climate : Vast range of soil types, fertile loamy & slightly saline soil is best. Grows best in full sun to partial shade. Tropical & sub tropical climate.

Season of planting : June- December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 7*7m

Irrigation : Moist soils, so need to keep the soil evenly moisten. Water deeply when soil looks dry especially in summer.

Manure application : 15kg compost

Palash kalptaruh

Palash

Mahua tree

Mahua

Botanical name : Madhuca longifolia

Local Name : Honey tree, Butter tree, Mohwa

Soil & climate : Deep loamy or sandy loam soils, dry tropical & subtropical climate

Season of planting : June-August

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 7*7m 5*5m

Irrigation : Medium

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

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Karanj

Botanical name : Pongamia pinnata

Local Name : Indian beech, Pongam, Karum Tree, Poonga-Oil Tree,

Soil & climate : Well on most soils, highly tolerant to salinity & alkalinity (poor & degraded soil), grow in full shade (deep woodland) semi-shade (light woodland) or no shade.

Season of planting : June -August

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 2*3m or 3*3 m for block planting , 6*8m for avenue planting or on borders

Irrigation : Young plants should be provided with sufficient soil moisture by occasional watering for atleast two seasons.

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

Botanical name : Ficus religiosa

Local Name : Sacred fig, Bodhi tree, ashvattha tree, holy fig

Soil & climate : Most soil types, thrive in hot & humid weather

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 10*10m

Irrigation : Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. Do not over-water the plant. As a rule of thumb, water the plants thoroughly in summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season. Water should be applied preferably in the morning or evening.

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

Peepal

Peepal

Botanical name : Terminalia arjuna

Local Name : Palas, flame of the forest

Soil & climate : Vast range of soil types, fertile loamy & slightly saline soil is best. Grows best in full sun to partial shade. Tropical & sub tropical climate.

Season of planting : June- December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 7*7m

Irrigation : Moist soils, so need to keep the soil evenly moisten. Water deeply when soil looks dry especially in summer.

Manure application : 15kg compost

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Arjuna

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Silk Cotton

Botanical name : Bombax ceiba

Local Name :Red silk cotton

Soil & climate : Dry to medium moist well drained soils, tropical to subtropical regions.

Season of planting : June-September

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75m

Spacing : 5*5m

Irrigation : Drought tolerant requires minimal water for establishment

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

Asparagus kalptaruh

Asparagus

Botanical name : Asparagus officinalis

Local Name : Shatavari

Soil & climate : Well drained loamy soil

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations :

Spacing : 0.30*0.30 m

Irrigation : Needs regular watering per week for initial 2 growing seasons

Manure application : 10kg compost

Botanical name : Morus alba

Local Name : Red mulberry

Soil & climate : Rich, Moist+ well drained. Full to partial sun.

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 0.45*0.45*0.45m

Spacing : 1.5*1.5m

Irrigation : Immediately after planting, water deeply & regularly in order to establish strong root system

Manure application : Often do quite well with no fertilization, though they can benefit from yearly application of 10 kg compost.

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Mulberry

Botanical name : Phyllanthus emblica

Local Name : Indian gooseberry, Embelic

Soil & climate : Light & medium heavy soils. Tropical plant. Rainfall: 600-800mm.

Season of planting : June-September

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 4.5*4.5m

Irrigation : 15days intervals in summer

Manure application : 15kg compost + 1.5 kg neem cake

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Anola

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Karonda

Botanical name : Carissa caranda

Soil & climate : Arid- semi arid

Season of planting : June-July

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 2*2m

Irrigation : Irrigation for establishing 10 days intervals

Manure application : 10kg compost

Custard apple tree

Custard apple

Botanical name : Annona squamosa

Local Name : Sitaphal

Soil & climate : Well drained soils with wide range of climate

Season of planting : June-December

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 6*6m

Irrigation : Irrigation for establishing 10 days intervals

Manure application : 10 kg compost + 1kg neem cake

Botanical name : Grecian asiatica

Soil & climate : Well drained soil , tropical climate. Relishes distinct winter & summer, tolerate high temperature.

Season of planting : June – August

Pit preparations : 0.60*0.60*0.60m

Spacing : 2.5*3m

Irrigation : Irrigation 7-10 days in summer

Manure application : 10 kg compost 

Phalsa tree kalptaruh

Phalsa

Botanical name : Ficus carica

Soil & climate : All types of soils. Deciduous & subtropical tree, prefers areas having arid & semi arid environments

Season of planting : June-September

Pit preparations : 0.60*0.60*0.60m

Spacing : 6*6m, 5*5m

Irrigation : Drought & salt tolerant, Irrigation 7-10 days in summer

Manure application : 25-30kg compost + 0.50-1 kg neem cake.

Fig tree kalp taruh

Fig

Soapnut kalp taruh

Soap nut

Botanical name : Sapindus mukorosi

Local Name : Indian soapberry, washnut, ritha

Soil & climate : Any soil ranging from clay to loamy, well drained, deep & moist soil. Bright but indirect sunlight. Sub tropical climate

Season of planting : June- September

Pit preparations : 1*1*1m

Spacing : 6*6m

Irrigation : Prefers slightly moist soil so need water regularly upto establishment of plant

Manure application : 15 kg compost

Plants for both Containers & Land

Botanical name : Syzygium samarangense

Local Name : Jambu, jam, Safed jamun, Java apple

Soil & climate : Mild acid to mild alkaline, sandy to clayey. Also survive in poor soil. Cool temperature enhance total soluble solids (TSS) & colour of fruits.

Season of planting : June – December

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing : 2*4m

Irrigation : Constant moisture required by avoiding any water stress. Mulching will be helpful for soil & water conservation

Manure application : 2kg compost twice in month, this crop requires lesser quantity of compost with more frequent applications for sandy soils. 

Rose apple

Rose Apple

Botanical name : Murraya koenigii

Local Name : Mitha neem, Kadi patta, Curry patta, Mitho limbado

Soil & climate : 60% potting soil + 40% compost. It does well in tropical & subtropical climate since it needs plenty of sunlight each day. It grows well in all climatic conditions.

Season of planting : February- March is best time to sow plant. Growing plant by transplantation is easiest & fastest method.

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Irrigation : Water the soil thoroughly until it comes out of drainage holes. Check the soil in your curry leaf’s pot to see if it feels dry to touch. Be careful, never overwater since it could make plant weaker & may not produce as many leaves. In winter water the plants on alternative days.

Manure application :Compost & neem cake can be apply monthly. Buttermilk also acts best natural fertiliser for curry leaves plant.

Curry leaf

Curry leaf

Henna

Henna

Botanical name : Lawsonia inermis

Local Name : Mehandi

Soil & climate : Can be planted in soil mixture which is available for succulent & cacti 🌵.

Season of planting :

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing :

Irrigation : Plant will survive in heat & also resistant to drought in very good manner. Plant prefers dry environmental conditions, so avoid to water a little on daily basis.

Manure application : Monthly compost(1kg) & neem cake (150gm)application is good for plant.

Night blooming jasmine

Night blooming Jasmine

Botanical name : Cestrum nocturnum

Local Name : Night jasmine, Lady of night & Queen of night

Soil & climate : Well drained sandy loam soil with nutrients dense compost will help plant to grow. It is a tropical plant; also in cooler climate can be enjoyed as potted plants.

Season of planting :

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing :

Irrigation : Water your plant regularly at first. Saturate the soil & make sure it stays constantly moist. Plant is relatively drought tolerant.

Manure application : Monthly fertilising is ideal for plant, as they grow into mature plants feed the plant once in year; preferably when growing season start at early spring.

Botanical name : Averrhoa carambola L.

Local Name : Carambola

Soil & climate : Loamy soil rich in organic matter (nutrients), plant grows well in acidic to neutral pH 4.5-7. Plant prefers hot & humid climate

Season of planting : 

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing : –

Irrigation : Constant watering is needed to keep soil moist. Deep watering, once or twice in week, is required. Plant not need much water during winter.

Manure application : Plant is moderately-high feeder. For young plant, fertise monthly or after 2months with rich compost.

Star fruit

Star Fruit

Botanical name : Pimenta dioica L.

Local Name : Jamaica pepper

Soil & climate : Needs a tropical & subtropical climate, grows well in partial shade.

Season of planting : Spring & summer

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing : –

Irrigation : Water the tree once a day for the first two weeks after transplanting. Once the tree has become established, water twice a week. Water the tree until the soil is thoroughly moist. The Jamaican allspice tree is not drought-tolerant, and prolonged periods without water can kill the tree.

Manure application : Beginning six months after planting and every six months thereafter.

All spice plant​

All spice plant

Multivitamin tree

Multivitamin

Botanical name : Thavasi Keerai

Local Name : Chakramuni

Soil & climate : Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Best in fertile, slightly acidic, moist soils in full sun.

Season of planting : 

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing : –

Irrigation : Water deeply & regularly.

Manure application : Before application of fertilizer loosen the topsoil without disturbing the roots of the plant so, it can uptake the nutrients and moisture easily. Monthly compost(1kg) & neem cake (150gm)application is good for plant.

Golden champa ​

Golden Champa

Botanical name : Magnolia champaca

Local Name : Kanak Champa, Sonchafa

Soil & climate : The soil should be well drained, fertile and rich in organic content for growing Son Champa plant.

Season of planting : 

Pit preparations : 0.75*0.75*0.75 m3

Spacing : –

Irrigation : Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. Apply 4 cup (approx.200ml) of water when the top soil (1-2 inch) in the pot feels dry to touch. Do not overwater the plant. As a rule of thumb, water the plants thoroughly in summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season.

Manure application : Apply organic fertilizer once a month during the main growing season (February-April). Apply water immediately after application of fertiliser.

Botanical name : Swietenia Mahagony

Soil & climate : Trees are considered tropical varieties and thrive best in warm climates. 

Season of planting : – Early Spring

Pit preparations : 0.6 X0.6 X 0.6 m3

Spacing : – 5m

Irrigation : After the plantation did immediately provide water. For the best results fill half of the hole with soil, then water this soil 

Manure application : applying a balanced fertilizer containing equal parts nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

Mahogany tree

Mahogany

Botanical name : Murraya koenigii

Soil & climate : well-drained soil mixed with cow dung or organic compost and river sand.  Having day-long exposures to sunlight during winter days could be best for the curry plant.

Season of planting : – Before the monsoon or winter season

Pit preparations : 0.3 X0.3 X 0.3 m3

Spacing : – 1.2-1.5  m

Irrigation : Immediately after planting the pits are irrigated. On the third day the second irrigation is given and then the irrigation is given once in a week

Manure application : Doesn’t require a lot of fertilizers. It gets most of the nutrients and minerals from the soil

Multivitamin tree

Curry Tree

NameBotanical nameLocal nameSoil & climateSeason of plantingPit preparationsSpacingIrrigationManure application
AmaltashCassia fistulaAmaltasTolerate mild drought, slopes, and soil types ranging from acidic to alkalinePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m38*8mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Rosy trumpet treeTabebuia roseaTebebuiawarm and dry climate and grows on moist soils.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.6*.6*.6 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
PilkhanFicus infectoriaPakadSandy loam soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m310*10mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
GulmoharDelonix regiaLal gulmoharSandy loam soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m38*8mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Devil's treeAlstonia scholarisSaptparnideep, moist soil, tolerance of drier conditions.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
HarsingarNyctanthes arbor-tristisTree of sadnessSandy loam soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.5*.5*.5 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Devil,sPongamia pinnatakaranjAlthough all type of soil in tropical region, prefers moist soil and warm humid climate.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.7*.7*.7 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
AsokPolyalthia longifoliaMast treeAny soil and climate except on deserts, upto 100 m elevation.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m33*3mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Sita asokSaraca indicaNeeds shelter from dry wind, prefer a semi-shady situation and porous, moist soil. Grow well in warm humid climate.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.6*.6*.6 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
JacrandaJacranda mimosifoliaNili gulmoharSandy loam soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.5*.5*.5 m37*7mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Indian coral treeErythrina variegataLenteen treedry & moist region,Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
ChampaPlumeria albaPagoda treeSandy loam soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.5*.5*.5 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Fiddleleaf figFicus lyrataBanjo figSandy loam to clay soil with rich organic content, well drained, tropical to subtropical climatePreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
MaulsariMimusops elengiBakulSlighty moist prefer, somewhat bear waterloggingPreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
JarulLagerstromia speciosaPride of IndiaWarm,humid and moist climate with deep soil, Preferably near streams, drought hardy nature,Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
KadambNeolamarckia cadambawild cinconaAlluvial soil in damp placesPreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
SilkwormMorus albaTootmost kinds of well-drained soilPreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Wild olivePutranjiva roxburghaiiChild-life treeDry climatic conditionsPreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Honey treeMadhuca longifoliaMahuadry and moist, sensitive to frost when youngPreferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Bedda nut treeTerminalia belliricaBahedarainfall range 90-300cm, moist forest, well-drained deep, sandy loams.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Purging nutJatropha curcusJangli arandrainfall range 90-300cm, moist forest, well-drained deep, sandy loams.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Mountain ebonyBauhinia variegataKachnarrainfall range 150-400cm, moist forest, well-drained deep, sandy loams with rich organic matter.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Pink GulmoharCassia nodosaGulabi gulmoharrainfall range 100-500cm, well-drained deep, sandy loam to clay loam loams with pH range 6.5 -8.5Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.8*.8*.8 m35*5mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Silver oakGrevillea robustaSilk oak treeMoist and humid climate, loam to sandy loam soil,Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.7*.7*.7 m34*4mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
Flame of the forestButea monopermaPalashwide range of soil, sandy loam to clay loam, well draind.Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.6*.6*.6 m37*7mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
ChamrodEhretia laevisDesi papdiMoist and humid climate, loam to sandy loam soil,Preferebly in moonson season, July-September.5*.5*.5 m36*6mInitial 6 months to 1 year daily watering in summer and once in a week in winter and rainy seaon no need. After one year 1-2 times in a week in summer and 2 times in a months in winter.10-15 kg well-rotten FYM at the time of planting with 2ml/lit. chlorpyrifos drenching.
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