This Guava farming project report describes the farming activities in detail, analyses the cost of investment and the returns on the investment through a sample model structure. Tropical has a lovely aroma that reaches across your garden. Nitrogen and phosphorous fertilizers are highly essential to the crops for fruiting. High wind velocity is not suitable for guava trees. The fruit is strong, sweet and has a musky odor when ripe. How can I get your project report on Guava Plantation ?   1. guava plantations, around 300 plants in 1.5 acre , 5 years old were pruned, in three dates:May, June and July on yield and fruit quality of guava trees. After 35-40 days when the roots would be visible, it is advised to remove the air layers and plant them in the nursery for further growth. Last five year average rainfall for virudhunagr district is 805.5 mm, and erratic monthly distribution of rainfall in a year …, Black soil and red sandy and lateritic soil are major type …, So when you decide to buy land first you look for irrigation water potential in term of depth of ground water , and discharge of water ( for this you switch on the pump and check the force of water delivery and ensure atleast 10000 to 12000 litres of water is discharged per hour…this can be roughly assessed through the force at which water is delivered )…This can be best checked during summer month only …, Check for soil profile upto 6 feet depth at least …if you notice sub soil calcareousness …it is not good for fruit crops…in such case when plant advance through age and grow big the roots will also grow and go deep and when touch this calcareous layer of sub surface soil , the plant will get stunted and become sick and poor …, If you feel satisfied with land condition with good water potential then go ahead buying the land …you can make improvement in the existing plantation through GAP…. Trees may produce anywhere from 50-80 pounds (23-36 kg.) Windbreaks are to be planted around the guava trees in areas where the wind velocity ranges from 15 to 24 km per hour. The guavas have been valued in South America for thousands of years, and their seeds have been found at Peruvian archaeological sites. Guava has the potential for anti-inflammatory an anti-bacterial action which can help fight infections. A ten year old guava tree gives a yield, up to 100 kg of fruit. While browsing through this site, i found very interesting and depth of information is really great with names of plants both Indian and botanical names. The guava originates from an area extending from Mexico through Central America into South America. Since Guava belongs to tropical and subtropical regions, it prefers a warm and sunny location to thrive. Leaves are usually larger in size than other cultivars. Spread 1 pound of 8-3-9-2 fertilizer around the base of the tree at the root zone and work in with a trowel or hoe. The flowers of the tree are white in color with a faint fragrance. The high-density planting method:  apart from the standard planting density, there are other spacing types which deliver early crops with higher productivity. Pomegranate butterfly and Castor capsule borer – both these pests are controlled by spraying 0.05% of ethophenprox before the fruiting period. Really thanks to agrIfarming to provide such type indepth information. Guava trees respond to a complete fertilizer mix applied once a month during the first year and every other month the second year (except from mid-November to mid-January) at the rate of 8 oz (227 g) per tree initially with a gradual increase to 24 oz (680 g) by the end of the second year. 30 for about 9 MT =          Rs.2.70 lac, Total income from all these crops of 5 years old plantation will be around Rs.7.05 lac …, If well managed the yield of all the crops will be higher by 2 times more than the present yield and the xpected annual farm income will be around 21 lac for 13 acres with average per acre income of Rs.1.61 lac per acre …, If you bestow less care , the yield will increase on decreasing rate and will produce just 1.5 times than the present yield and your farm income will be 10.75 lac for 13 acre with average annual farm income of 0.83 lac per acre, If you poorly managed ,your yield will be down by half the present yield and your annual farm income will be around 5.5 lac for 13 acres and average annual per acre farm income will be around Rs. The thickness of the organic mulch should be 12 to 15 cm which also facilitates the penetration of water to the roots of the plants. production of fruit as soon as possible. The yield of Guava. Desired shape is given to the tree in the second year of planting. Amla @ Rs. If a guava tree is 10 years old then the yield of the tree is 100 kg. Apple Guava: This is the most common guava that is eaten fresh.It has lovely white fruit that turns light yellow. The yield from grafted plants in guava is 350 kg and that of seedling plants is 90 kg per tree. Guava (/ ˈ ɡ w ɑː v ə /) is a common tropical fruit cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions. The seeds are obtained from the ripe fruits and are sown in raised soil beds of the nursery in the months of August or February. For best quality and production guava should be planted at a distance of 10 feet line by line and 6 feet plant by plant. Guava trees should be pruned and trained within the first 3 to 4 months after field planting to increase yield and to reduce the total cost of field operations by eliminating obstacles and branch hazards which allows easier movement around the trees. If you are satisfied with existing condition of the farm then do proceed with buying your land…In another 5 years you can not buy land because land will definitely become a costliest item worth more than most precious metals on earth …, Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled. The advantages of intercropping are that it gives extra income, prevent weed growth and loosens the soil. As a possible management to overcome it the present investigation was conducted in the guava orchard of Department of Horticulture, Khalsa College, Amritsar during the year 2019 to study the effect of pruning intensity and time on yield and quality of winter guava cv Allahabad Safeda. They are 7 to 15 cm long and are evergreen in nature. Wilt – supplying FYM mixed with Aspergillus Niger strain AN17 @ 5 kg/pit. Guava farms in the initial years of planting can be used for intercropping. In summer irrigation is required at an interval of 7-10 days and 25 days interval in winters. Guava grows well both in wet and dry regions but it does better under irrigation in the dry tracts. The yield of 1 plant in the second year is around: 20-24 kg (the yield increases every subsequent year). The guava plants respond well to inorganic fertilizers and organic manures. The land is harrowed and ploughed thoroughly and levelled before digging the pits. Then, they are detached from the mother plant and planted in the nursery. The guava fruit has magnesium, which helps in relaxation of the muscles and nerves. When the shoots emerge from the stub, a ring of the bark is removed and a mound of soil is prepared such that it covers the ringed shoots. Moisture in the soil is important for this method. Mulching the base of the trees with 100 micron black polythene sheet or with organic residues like dry grass, banana leaves and straw can arrest the weeds.   3. mango 180 plants in 2 acres . It ia an wonderful and it is not only for beginners but also a retraining guide to all experienced farmers also. The trees are very frost tender and will succumb to a freeze when young, although adult trees may survive short periods of cold. Consuming guava can treat anti-aging problems and also improves skin complexion. Due to the presence of vitamin A, the fruit improves eyesight. The seed oil consists of some fatty oils such as lauric acid, Myristic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, and linolic acid. Topping the trees when they are 2 months old. The cost of the guava plant: Rs 100.00 / piece (Thai variety may cost more around Rs 140- 200). It has spread branches, copper-colored bark with smooth, thin, flaky skin. I am planing to establish a farm house with 1-2 acre area for guava farming. Guava plants can grow practically in any type of soil, but the best suitable soil condition is well-drained clay or sandy loam with high organic content. The structure indicates the major costs involved in the process and doesn’t include land rent, transport and post harvest charges. Guava need fertilizer three to four times per year evenly spaced out; however, they should not be fertilized in late fall or winter except in very tropical zones. The climate for guava farming should be dry with distributed rainfall throughout the year. Controlling the weed is essential in the first two years of planting. Vietnam guava: creamy white flesh with moderate seeds and sweet flavor. The normal planting density is 112 plants per acre land with a spacing of 6 x 6 m. Planting is done during the monsoon season.   2. sapota plants around 300 in 1.5 acres. TSS of juice 12 percent. Thank you.. please keep visiting for more updates on farming. The presence of vitamin B compounds makes it a good food for brain health. Fruit yield (kg/tree) The total number of fruits picked per plant were counted and weighed. For plants of 4-7 years FYM @25-50 kg, 200-300 g of urea, 600-1000 g of superphosphate and 225- 350 grams of muriate of potash are supplied. Tree pruning is an annual practice on guava farms in South Africa and is carried out for a number of reasons, namely to: • direct or control growth, to obtain the desired tree shape and size • encourage flower and fruit production to maximise production of high-quality fruit per unit area Fruit yield is 100 kg per plant per annum at around 6 years of age, higher than any other commercial guava variety ... Higher fruit yield (159.4/tree) in 3 x 3m planting system over 6 x 6m (124kg/tree) was observed in 8 year old trees; ... Guava wilt is a long standing national problem and … Irrigation during the fruit development stage is expected to show signs of increased fruit production. I am immensely happy to have my home site in my browsers both Edge and Chrome. 5 years old. can be successfully grown. So, sometimes the juice of guava leaves is recommended for the treatment of swollen gums, oral ulcers, and toothaches. Seasonal changes in percentage of phosphorus in guava leaves Table 2, Influence of double superphosphate application on the leaf nutrient content in guava Fig. The yield from grafted plants in guava is 350 kg and that of seedling plants is 90 kg per tree. The management of the canopy of guava trees is a highly important activity because after some years of planting the trees become huge and unmanageable. Cost of insecticides and pesticides: Rs 600/kg. It gives an average yield of 151kg per tree. One year shoots are used for obtaining 20 to 25 cm of the cuttings. The decoction of guava leaves works as a skin toner. The leaves of guava contain carotenoids and polyphenols which are responsible for the skin and flesh color. They have little fragrance and are crunchy. Pruning is then done twice; once in January of February if the fruiting is in the rainy season else it is done in May or June if the fruiting time is in the winter season. nematode was found high in wilt affected guava plant(s). While a guava can be grown from seed, it will not be true to the parent and may take up to 8 years to produce fruit. about 4%. Spray 10 per cent urea or 600 ppm NAA during April-May when maximum flowers have opened. The average production is around 9.9 metric tonnes per hectare. The dimensions of the pits are 0.6 m x 0.6 m x 0.6 m. 20 kg of organic manure, soil and 500 g of superphosphate is mixed well and filled in the pits after 15 to 20 days. One of the best methods of propagation is air layering with the help of growth regulators. Psidium guajava (common guava, lemon guava) is a small tree in the myrtle family (), native to Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America. Amla  1500 plants  in 8 acres,  3 years old. It can be grown upto 1000 m altitude. This patch budding is done in the month of May or June. the detail information is of immense help for beginners and professional farms alike. The leaves are leathery and aromatic when crushed. so annaul per acre yield of guava fruit is 24.0 MT Each kg of thaiwan guava sells @ Rs. Drip irrigation practice can help plants yield better and it also gives better water use efficiency. As the fruit is rich in dietary fiber it treats constipation problems. Retaining 3 or 4 shoots with equal spacing. Goyena Quezo de Bola: it is a developed variety by NSIC. Can I get project report on this? Guava is a small tree native to the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Canker – lime or Bordeaux mixture spray is used three or four times with a 15 day interval. The yield is less in the beginning years, i.e. In the United States, they are found in Hawaii, the Virgin Islands, Florida and a few sheltered areas in California and Texas. Both the ends of the polythene are tied. a positive correlation between yield per tree Table 1. Haroon Amrood Nursery is the one of pakistan largest producers of Chinese Gola Guava in Pakistan. Generally, guava crop requires little care and assures easy returns. The cost of investment is outlined for 1 acre land of guava farming. Shoots of 1 cm diameter are chosen and a ring of length 2 cm is cut from the area below the bud. However, with hybrid and high-density planting, it can be as high as 30 to 35 tonnes per hectare. Valuable and good informations. In order of importance, guava is ranked 4th after mango, banana, and citrus. Therefore the trees must be pruned regularly to maintain the quality and yield of fruits. 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