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It is a small deciduous tree attaining 2 to 6 m in height having oblong or ovate leaves with a shining surface.  The production of this fruit has attracted several growers for its low cultivation cost, drought tolerance and export potential.


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Pomegranate Crop Management & Diagnosis!



After pruning apply about, FYM-30 kg, Neem cake-1kg, Caster cake 0.5 kg, Vermi compost - 2kg, Super phosphate -1kg, DAP-500g, Magnesium sulphate -200g, Borax -20g and Phorate - 25g per plant. After 1 month/flowering apply about 250 g of Ammonium sulphate and 750g 19:19:19 per plant. At lemon size of fruits, apply 250g of Ammonium sulphate , 250 g DAP and 250 g potash per plant. Three months after flowering provide 500 g each of DAP and Potash per plant.

Fertigation and foliar sprays of nutrients:
Where the farmers are having venturi system, instead of soil application of fertilizers they can go for fertigation with following schedule.

Name of the Fertilizer Quantity/ha Days of application from pruning- alternate days
Mono Ammonium Posphate (MAP)- 12:61:0 1.5  kg 10 to 20        
Calcium Nitrate

2.0 kg

10 to 20
Complex 19:19:19 500 g

31 to 40

Potassium Dihydrogen Ortho Phosphate - 0:52:34 1.0 kg 41 to 50 61 to70 91 to 100 111 to 120 131 to 140
Potassium Nitrate- KNO3-13:0:45 1.0 kg 51 to 60 81 to 90      
Potassium Sulphate- 0:0:50 1.0 kg 71 to 80 101 to 110 121 to 130 141 to 150
Zinc sulphate (2g)+Borax (1g)+Calcium Nitrate (2g)   50th day        
Zinc sulphate (2g)+Borax (1g)+Calcium Nitrate (2g)   80th  day        
Magnisium Sulpahte (2g)+ Ferrosus Sulphate (2g)+ Maganaese Sulphate (2g)+ Boric Acid (1g)   Before flowering During flowering After fruit set    








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