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Journal : HortFlora Research Spectrum
Volume : Volume 5, Issue 3: September 2016
Page (s) : 261-264
Date of Publication
Print :
28-Sep-2016
Article Type : Research Note
Online : 28-Sep-2016
Title:
High Density Planting in Fruit Crops
Author(s):
D. S. Mishra* and A.K. Goswami
*Corresponding Author's E-mail :
dsmhort@gmail.com

Abstract

High density orcharding is one of the recent novel concepts of increasing productivity without affecting quality of fruits. It gives earlier production and return per unit area, shortens juvenility provides efficient resources. Dwarfing root stocks play key role to accommodate more number of plants per unit area. Under HDP has been found most suitable technique for some tropical and subtropical fruits accommodating more number of plants per unit area viz., Dashehari mango (1333 plants/ha), guava (5000 plants/ha), papaya (6400 plants/ha), etc.
 

Cite this article as:
Mishra D.S. and Goswami A.K. (2016). High density planting in fruit crops. HortFlora Res. Spectrum, 5(3): 261-264.
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