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BrandKAUSHAL KISAN ColorGreen TypeFRUIT PLANT HybridYes UseOutdoor DeliveryFree Home DeliveryServiceTwo Year Free ServiceVarietiesThe Karonda cultivarsmay be categories as per their colour of fruits viz., pink-white, greenish pink and reddish purple or on the basis of utilization. The fruits of pink varieties are white in colour at stage and turn to pink at maturity. The colour of reddish , purple varieties are green at immature stage and turn to Reddish purple at maturity. The karonda varieties may be also classified in two categories i.e. pickle type varieties and table purpose varieties. Some varieties of Karonda varieties have been developed during last two decades . Pant Manohar, Pant Sudarshan, Pant Suvarna are pickle type varieties develop at GB Pant university of agriculture and technology.Pant manohar This variety is developed from GB PUA&T Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) in 2007. The plants of this varieties are medium– sized dense bushes ,fruits are dark pink blush on white background , weighing 3.49g. seeds 3.94 / fruit , flesh 88.27%, dry weight 12.77% , TSS 3.92%, total titrable acidity 1.82% and yield 27 kg / plant. Pant Sudarshan This variety is developed from GB PUA&T Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) in 2007. The plants of this varieties are medium– sized dense bushes. Fruits are pink blush on white background. On ripening fruits become dark brown. Average fruit weigh 3.46 g, seeds 4.68 / fruit , flesh 88.47% , dry weight 11.83% , TSS 3.45%. total titrable acidity 1.89% and yield 29 kg / plant. Pant Suvarna This variety is developed from GB PUA&T Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) in 2007. Plants are upright growing and sparse. Fruitsare colour dark brown blush on green background. Average fruit weight 3.62 g, seeds 5.89 /fruit, flesh 88.27% , dry weight 12.39%, TSS 3.836, total titrable acidity 2.30% and yield 22 kg / plant. On ripening, fruit colour changes to dark brown. Konkanbold This variety is developed from KonkanKrishi VidyaPeeth, Dapoli (Maharashtra) in 2004. The plants are medium in size and vigourous. It flower in the month of Feb.-March and fruit ripe in the month of May-June under Coorg conditions. Fruits are oblong in shape and 12-154g in weight. The colour of fruits is dark purple . The fruits are sweet with 10-12 O Brix Total soluble solid. The tree are prolific bearing and produced 2000-2500 fruit per year. This variety is suitable for table purpose. CHES- K-II-7: This is promising line indentified from the seedling population at CHES Chettalli .The plants are medium size and flower in the month of Feb.-March and fruit ripe in the month of May-June. Fruits are oblong in shape and 12 -13 g in weight. The colour of fruits is dark blackish violet in colour and Thin fruit skin. The fruits are seedless (0.3 seeds/fruit) Afour year old trees yield around 1800-2100 fruits per plants per year. Fruits are sweet with TSS 150 Brix and acidity - 1.08% (Table 2& 3). This is suitable for table purpose and processing. CHES- K- V-6: This is promising line indentified from the seedling population at CHES Chettalli.The plants are medium size and it flowers in the month of January-Februaryand fruits in May-June. The average fruit weight around 13-15 g,dark blackish redin colour with red pulp and very less seeds. The Total soluble solids of fruit is around 16 O Brix with 1.18perecent acidity and 21 mg vitamin-C/100g pulp. A four year old tree yield 1200-1500 fruits per year(Table 2& 3).Fruit are alsorich in Vitamin –B. This variety is suitable for table purpose
Description
Karonda fruits are small berries, averaging 1 to 3 centimeters in length, and have an oval to ovoid shape with curved ends. The berries grow in clusters of 3 to 10 fruits and ripen at different stages, giving the shrub a multi-colored appearance. When young, the fruits are green to white, transitioning into a bright red-pink hue, finally ripening into a dark purple, almost black shade with maturity. The thin but tough skin will also change from taut, smooth, and glossy to slightly wrinkled with some give when ripe. Underneath the surface, the flesh ranges from pale red to crimson, depending on the degree of ripeness, and is aqueous and soft, encasing 2 to 8 flat, brown seeds. When harvested, the fruits may also emit a milky white latex that should be removed before eating. Karonda fruits have a subtly sweet, herbal taste with prominent sour, bitter, tart, and acidic notes. Each berry will vary in flavor depending on the growing environment and maturity.