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We are a leading Other of ram phal, pala sapota, fresh grapes, fresh pine apple, fresh guava plants and water apple red plant from Rajahmundry, India.

Ram Phal

Ram Phal
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Approx. Rs 150 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Pack SizeCustomized
Soil SpecificWell Drained
Other NecessitiesFast Growth

We are offering Ram Phal to our client.
Other information:
  • Climate: The sour soup likes a climate with high humidity and relatively warm winters. The temperature should never fall below 5 °C
  • Height: Sour soup is small trees that can be up to 10 meters tall but usually smaller
  • Spacing (close range): 3 to 4 meters
  • Spacing (wide range): 6 to 7 meters
  • Propagation: Sour soup is often grown from seeds but cuttings or shield-budding can be used to propagate the desired variety
  • Harvesting: Fruits are hand-picked when full grown but still firm, they will then get ripe when kept for a few days. If fruits get ripe on the tree they fall down and break
  • Uses: The fruit is difficult to eat as it is and is therefore usually squeezed out to juice
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Pala Sapota

Pala Sapota
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Approx. Rs 220 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Product Details:
SpecialityNo Artificial Flavour
Maturity100% Natural

To meet the variegated demands of the clients, our company is instrumental in offering an excellent quality range of Pala Sapota. Other details:
  • Common name: Sapodilla
  • Height: 9 and 15 m (30 and 49 ft)
  • Difficulty level: Difficult
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Soil: Well-drained soil
  • Water: Water plant once in a week
  • Temperature: 26-28 degrees F
  • Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer
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  • Select a ripe sapote fruit and cut it open with a knife
  • Extract the seeds and rinse them of all pulp
  • Crack the coat of each seed before planting to increase chances of germination, Place a seed between two wooden boards and apply light pressure to the top board, a hairline crack in the seed is ideal
  • Plant sapote seeds in soil-free potting medium, no more than 14 days after harvesting, since sapote seeds do poorly in storage
  • Make sure that the pointed side of each seed faces up 1/2-inch from the surface of the soil
  • Water each seed deeply
  • Continue watering deeply throughout germination, which occurs in two to four weeks, and through seedling growth, keeping the potting medium moist
  • Once seedlings outgrow their pots, transfer them to increasingly larger containers
  • Select an outdoor planting space once trees grow between 2 and 4 feet tall
  • Choose an area with well-drained soil that receives full sun, and with no nearby structures
  • Water each sapote tree thoroughly before planting
  • Dig holes 30 feet apart that are three to four times wider than the root ball and three times as deep as the tree s container
  • Backfill and tamp down soil once trees are planted
  • Mulch newly planted sapote trees with 2 to 6 inches of wood chip mulch, staying 8 to 12 inches away from the trunk of each tree
  • Water each tree with 1 to 2 inches of water
 Additional information: 
  • To grow a sapodilla tree, most propagation is done by seed, which will be viable for years although some commercial growers use grafting and other practices.
  • Once germinated, use some patience as it takes 5-8 years to grow a sapodilla tree of bearing age.
  • As mentioned, the fruit tree is tolerant of most conditions but prefers a sunny, warm, and frost free location in most any type of soil with good drainage.
  • Additional care for sapodilla trees advises fertilizing the young trees with -8% nitrogen, 2-4% phosphoric acid and 6-8% potash every 2 or 3 months with ¼ pound and increasing gradually to 1 pound.
  • After the first year, 2 or 3 application a year is plenty
  • Not only are sapodilla trees tolerant of drought conditions, but they can take soil salinity, need very little pruning and are mostly pest resistant.
  • As long as the sapodilla tree is protected from frost and patience is in abundance for this slow grower, flavorful fruit shall be the reward from this tolerant specimen.
  • Sapote is known for its 3 to 8 inch long fruit, which features pink or red pulp and one to four large seeds inside
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Fresh Grapes

Fresh Grapes
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Approx. Rs 40 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Maturity65 to 85%

Matching up with the ever increasing requirements of the customers, we are engaged in providing Fresh Grapes. Other information:
  • Plant dormant, bare-root grape vines in the early spring
  • Construct a trellis or arbor before planting. Grape vines will need to be trained to some sort of support to grow upward. This will also cut the risk of disease
  • Before planting grapevines, soak their roots in water for two or three hours.
  • Select a site with full sun. If you don't have a spot with full sun, make sure it at least gets morning sun. A small amount of afternoon shade won't hurt. Your soil needs to be deep, well-drained, and loose. You also need good air circulation
  • Space vines 6 to 10 feet apart (16 feet for Muscatine’s)
  • For each vine, dig a planting hole 12 inches deep and 12 inches wide. Fill with 4 inches of topsoil. Trim off broken roots and set the vine into the hole slightly deeper than it grew in the nursery. Cover the roots with 6 inches of soil and tamp down. Fill with the remaining soil, but don't tamp this down
  • Prune the top back to two or three buds at planting time
  • Water at time of planting
  • Pruning is important. Not only would vines run rampant without control, but canes will only produce fruit once. Prune annually when vines are dormant, in March or April. This is before the buds start to swell, but when winter damage is apparent
  • Don't be afraid to remove at least 90 percent of the previous season's growth. This will ensure a higher quality product. Remember, the more you prune, the more grapes you will have
  • In the first year, cut back all buds except for 2 or 3. Then, select a couple of strong canes and cut back the rest. Make sure the remaining canes are fastened to the support
  • In the second year, prune back all canes. Leave a couple of buds on each of the arms. Remove flower clusters as they form
  • Do not fertilize in the first year unless you have problem soil. Fertilize lightly in the second year of growth
  • Use mulch to keep an even amount of moisture around the vines
  • A mesh net is useful in keeping birds away from budding fruit

  • Rich in taste
  • Highly nutritious
  • Freshness
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Fresh Pine Apple

Fresh Pine Apple
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Product Details:
Storing Period1 week
Pack SizeCustomized
Maturity60 to 80%

For years we have been engaged in delivering our clients with the best quality of Fresh Pine Apple. Features:
  • Fresh
  • Hygienically packed
  • Strong aroma

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: FF-01
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Fresh Guava Plants

Fresh Guava Plants
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Approx. Rs 50 / KilogramGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Soil SpecificSandy
Plant TypeGuava Plants

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Water Apple Red Plant

Water Apple Red Plant
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Approx. Rs 160 / PieceGet Latest Price

Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1 Piece
Other NecessitiesWell Watered, Full Sun Exposure
Height when Fully Grown3-10 mtr
Time to plantSpring

We are offering Water Apple Red Plant to our client.
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