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Soil selection Before cultivating pomegranate, you have to choose the ground carefully so that you can get good fruit. Although pomegranate can be cultivated on all types of land, but to get good results and good results, you use land with loam soil. It is considered suitable for pomegranate cultivation.
When you are thinking of cultivating anything, first of all find out the right season for its production. The normal cold season is good for growing pomegranate fruits. Pomegranate can be cultivated even in low temperature summer season. To achieve good fruit at least 4.0 cm. Till temperatures are appropriate.
There are many species of pomegranate: -
Ganesh: - The flowering of this species is produced in large quantities. The size of Ganesh variety of fruits is normal. The fruits of this variety are grown mostly in the province of Maharashtra.
Muscat: - The type of fruits found in this variety is small and its upper peels are thick. Its seeds are soft and the juices are very sweet.
Dholka: - The fruits of the Dholka species flourish in very large quantities simultaneously. The color of its peel is mostly white / green. Its grain looks like pink and white.
Jalore / Bedana: - The size of the fruits found in this species is large. Its peels are of dark red color and the seeds are very soft.
Apart from all these, there are many other species of pomegranates, such as: Basin irons which are mostly grown in Karnataka, Ruby, Mridula etc.
About 50 to 60 cm before planting the plant. Deep pit should be dug.
Then start the process of planting the plant in that pit.
At the time of planting the plant should be spaced at least 5 meters between two plants.
Prepare manure for pomegranate cultivation:
While cultivating pomegranate, rotten cow dung manure mixed with organic manure should be given to the plant at least twice a year.