Thailand apple from Jhansi

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Jhansi. Thailand’s famous apple plum is now also grown in Jhansi. The horticultural department has made preparations for this. Production will begin in a cluster of 60 hectares. To encourage farmers, they also receive more than 50 percent subsidies. Horticultural officials claim that this will rapidly increase farmers’ incomes.
In general, the maximum weight of the Indian plum is about ten to twenty grams, but a Thai type plum weighs about 200 grams, and it is called the chokeberry because its shape is similar to that of a raw apple. This fruit is ready in winter. Its taste is sour and sweet like the Indian plum. At the moment it is produced by MP in some areas, but it has no orchards in UP. The horticultural department has made preparations for the cultivation in Jhansi. According to experts, the land of Bundelkhand is very useful for fruits such as kinnow, custard, lemon, seasonal. In this context, good apple plum production is also expected. Initially, his orchard will be planted on an area of ​​60 hectares. The total cost of this is estimated at around 1.80 lakh per hectare. The farmers receive a grant of 90,000 rupees. A total of 1110 seedlings can be planted on one hectare. Sowing begins in July. After six months, the fruits will begin to come. Its production increases from 60 kg to a quintal in three years. According to official sources, this fruit is easily sold in the market of South India, including Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. It also gets a good price in the online market.
His proposal was sent under Bundelkhand Parcel. The work will start in a few days as soon as the permit has been received. Planting will begin this month. With the production of this fruit, the farmers’ income will increase rapidly.
Vinay Kumar Yadav, Deputy Director, Horticulture

Jhansi. Thailand’s famous apple plum is now also grown in Jhansi. The horticultural department has made preparations for this. Production will begin in a cluster of 60 hectares. To encourage farmers, they also receive more than 50 percent subsidies. Horticultural officials claim that this will rapidly increase farmers’ incomes.

In general, the maximum weight of the Indian plum is about ten to twenty grams, but a Thai type plum weighs about 200 grams, and it is called the chokeberry because its shape is similar to that of a raw apple. This fruit is ready in winter. Its taste is sour and sweet like the Indian plum. At the moment it is produced by MP in some areas, but it has no orchards in UP. The horticultural department has made preparations for the cultivation in Jhansi. According to experts, the land of Bundelkhand is very useful for fruits such as kinnow, custard, lemon, seasonal. In this context, good apple plum production is also expected. Initially, his orchard will be planted on an area of ​​60 hectares. The total cost of this is estimated at around 1.80 lakh per hectare. The farmers receive a grant of 90,000 rupees. A total of 1110 seedlings can be planted on one hectare. Sowing begins in July. After six months, the fruits will begin to come. Its production will increase from 60 kg to a quintal in three years. According to official sources, this fruit is easily sold in the market of South India, including Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. It also gets a good price in the online market.

His proposal was sent under Bundelkhand Parcel. The work will start in a few days as soon as the permit has been received. Planting will begin this month. With the production of this fruit, the farmers’ income will increase rapidly.

Vinay Kumar Yadav, Deputy Director, Horticulture

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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