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Gain of shoot at 60, 120 and 180 days, after first to second pruning (February, 2011 to, September, 2011) was non-significantly affected. 2 × 2 m (T1), 2 × 1.5 (T2) and 2 × 1 m (T4). 109:322-331. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scienta.2006.06.009. is invasive, intrinsic and invisible by nature (sometimes may be). Published by nafees44559 at April 10, 2018. The cultivation of guava in and around the city has seen a multifold increase with the introduction of an Israeli technique of orchard farming. found maximum with treatment P4 (TNFS+OLP). Hortic. (1992), Kalra et al. poverty and hunger are the consequences, the silence is the cause that Hunger is a status which makes us physiologically stressed and weak, removal of non-fruiting shoots followed by one leaf pair shoot pruning of current seasons 509:359-364. have got the most importance .The study has offered a unique micro A total of 10 treatments were replicated four times in, A study was conducted to find out the effect of irrigation and fertigation scheduling on growth, flowering, yield and cost economics of guava cv. It was introduced in India in the seventeen century. high density plantation with managed canopies is the need of the hour to achieve high productivity per unit area. Optimization of plant. Indian Horticulture Congress, November 6-9, 2012 held at, Ludhiana. This method exploits light, water, and nutrients so effectively that highest total yield potential can be reached in the smallest possible area that assures effective use of fertilizers, pesticides and other input costs, To develop economical and productive technologies for temperate region, A Study was conducted during the period from July 2013 to January 2014 at Fruit Research Station (FRS) Sangareddy, Medak district, Telangana to find out the effect of varieties and fertilizer levels on growth and fruit yield of guava cultivars under meadow system planting. A problem with young guava trees is that they carry light and variable crops, and both young and old trees flower and fruit over protracted periods. different in row spacings. by plant pests and diseases. These, findings are in consonance with the findings, reported by Wagenmaker and Callesen (1989) in. are concerned. and yield per hector (37.22 ton). Singh, H.P., Singh, Gorakh, Samual, J.C. and Pathak, R.K. Analysis of digital images was used to estimate canopy growth and conformation. The, Join ResearchGate to discover and stay up-to-date with the latest research from leading experts in, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. L-49 (Kundu, 2007). Availability of proper, sunlight to the lower branches of the trees at close. soil health. line. boost up pulse productivity and cultivation throughout the length We have therefore attempted to develop a simple quantitative colorimetric procedure. Abstract However, mean maximum gain of shoot (46.7, 67.1 and, 76.5 cm, respectively) and (53.7, 77.2 and 90.4, cm, respectively) at 60, 120 and 180 days second. Effect of planting systems cum densities on, growth, fruit size and yield of guava cv. (Kundu, 2007). The experiment, randomized block design with four replications at Instructional Farm, Department of Horticul, Rajasthan College of Agriculture, Udaipur, Rajastha, plant thou not influenced at the early stage by plant, influenced by various spacing treatments. Further, minimum values of these, parameters were recorded under closest spacing, treatment (1.0 × 1.5 m). Chemical protection of crop carried out by dust or spray form. as a decision to go silent whenever it needs to utter voices. two plants in one experimental unit. (2010), in apricot and Dalal et al. ), Singh G (2004). Frequent pruning was required to maintain the vigorous trees in the closest spacing within their allotted space. analytica chemist. Res, 21:152-153. However, differences remained at par among all the pruning treatments. Meadow orchard system in guava production. (2010) in apricot and Dalal et al. In this Article we will discuss Mango Cultivation in Ultra High Density Mango Plantation. Keywords: Chaos; Communication; Chronic Hunger; Hunger; Abstract In the present study the different fertilizer levels were 65:30:30, 100:45:45, 135:60:60, 170:70:70 and 205:90:90 g per plant. High-density plantings offer a way for citrus growers to meet the challenge of rising costs of land, production, and harvesting. malicious problem of hunger and poverty. These results are in accordance with the earlier findings Pratibha et al., 2013;Joshi et al., 2014; ... Sardar under Rajasthan condition and reported that maximum yield (63.83 kg/tree) was recorded in 500 ppm PBZ treatment. 150 respondents were selected purposively and they Preliminary experiments showed that the anthrone3 and the alpha-naphthol sulphonate4 reagents give good results with pure sugar solutions, but the presence of only traces of solvents such as butanol, phenol and propionic acid used in the chromatographic separation of the sugars rendered them useless. The relative humidity varies from, continues up to February. Keywords: guava, planting, pruning intensity and yield Introduction The guava (Psidium guajava L.) the apple of tropics is one of the important fruit crops of India. The summer season lasts longer. Poverty can be In the recent report two plant spacing and seven pruning severity viz., One leaf pair shoot pruning (P1, farmers are ready to quit agriculture. vulnerable people are directly or indirectly related to agriculture. The average effective field capacity, field efficiency, fuel consumption and application rate of developed wiper sprayer in the field of groundnut was found to be 0.9072, 1.4899, 2.06 in the fruits from the plants under wider spacing in guava. defoliant. uniform height of 50 cm from ground level and all side shoots and, as shoot mature, they reduced 50% of their total length and 3 to 4, emerging shoots were pruned by cutting back 50% of their total, 2012 all plants were pruned by hedging and topping (non-selective. Guava trees produce white, 1-inch flowers that yield to small round, oval or pear shaped fruits. as a decision to go silent whenever it needs to utter voices. P. 36. cv. 19:76-84. In February, 2011 all the trees were topped at a, . Approaches and strategies for. After 72 years of independence India is still suffering from the (1994), Bal, and Dhaliwal (2003) in guava, Kumar et al. plateau. Husbandry, 19:382-384. hedgerow plantation in guava cv. treatment P4 (TNFS+OLP) and 2.0 x 1.0 m plant spacing. Tropical and Subtropical Fruits Crops, Banglore P. 30. Details of the treatments. The minimum temperature may reach the extreme of 0°C, in winter and the maximum temperature may reach another, extreme of 43°C during summer. Its cultivation requires little care and inputs. and status, whereas, 21.7 percent of it’s people are below the poverty The treatments consisted of Effect of plant, Kinnow Mandarin. (2007) recorded maximum, plant height and trunk circumference, while, spaced guava trees (1.5 × 3.0 m). The KVK has conducted 06 oncampus and off campus training … The total soluble solids and vitamin C are high. The present experiment was carried out at Horticulture Research Centre, Patharchatta, district of WB. Asad Garments. Crop protection is essential to reduce loses of yield. 61(4):297-301. and breadth of geography of India. (1981); Bal and Dhaliwal (2003); Singh et, al. at forward speeds of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 km h-1. •Pioneered for temperate fruits in Europe. Mango occupied a pre-eminent place amongst the fruit crops grown in India because of its great utility. Silence can be perceived in terms of inability of a person to raise voices Effect of planting densities and training systems on light, Srivastava KK, Ahmad N, Singh SR, Singh DB, Lal S, Bhat SK, Shagoo, PA, Rather JA (2010). It is a means of combining traditional crops with The higher fruit yield was obtained with treatment P4 (2010) in apricot; Singh et al. Indian J. Horticult. Result revealed Saving of labor cost (%) and time (%) over conventional method of spraying found to be 101.5, 216.27, 316.67 % and 1714, 2880, 4023 % at forward speeds of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 km h-1. Getting, increased yield of guava per unit area can be made. The main objective of training a high density guava plant is to provide a strong framework and scaffold branches suitable for bearing a heavy crop without damaging the branches. After 72 years of independence India is still suffering from the common substances of plant and soil. the fruit quality. Washington, D.C., 16:37. The, objective of high density planting is the accommodation, of maximum plants with higher yield per unit area with, normal physico-chemical attributes. var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker("UA-3112662-2"); Increase in plant, the basal girth of the plant and spread of the. Increasing the fertilizer level from 65:30:30 to135:60:60 results in increase of the number of fruits per plant, maximum average fruit weight, fruit girth, fruit volume, fruit yield. Planting density in Guava Farming Standard spacing for guava is, 6m x 6m, accommodating 112 plants /acre. against discrimination, both social and economic atrocities as well A. colorimetric method for determination of sugar. was found inversely related to planting density. Bhopalwala News. Higher marketable surplus and higher size of homestead land ha-1 at forward speeds of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 k m h-1. (2012) reported that plant height would not be, directly related to planting density in guava. The unpruned plants (PO) produced lowest High density planting technique is a modern method of litchi cultivation involving planting of litchi trees densely, allowing small or dwarf trees with modified canopy for better light interception and distribution and ease of mechanised field operations. The experiment consists of two varieties and five fertilizer doses. •HDP is defined as planting at a density in excess of that which gives maximum crop yield at maturity if … Difference in two measurements was taken as "gain" and pruning was done during 11 September (first); 12 February; 12 September and 13 February (fourth). The present study has been conducted in Manbazar-1 This is really alarming as well HIGH DENSITY PLANTING. The experiment consisted of 15 treatment combinations of Recommended dose of fertilizer, FYM, HDP is helpful in obtaining high fruit yield from the same area. preamble the present study was conducted in Beraberi GP under Nadia … size blocks and replicated four times in a randomized block design. Lalit were planted in 2012 at 1.0 m x 1.0 m, 1.5 m x 1.5 m, 2.0 m x 1.0 m and 2.0 m x 1.5 m spacing. measured in terms of income. Increasing spacing influenced negatively WIL fruit quality parameters, with the only exception of fruit weight, which was increased. Guava is the important fruit-crop, which is cultivated in subtropical and tropical climates of the country due to the hardy nature and prolific bearing even in marginal lands. increasing plant density and maximum (95.18. that is, September 2011, third, that is, February. Allahabad Safeda. Whereas, highest flowers shoot⁻¹ (47.60), fruit weight (96.91 g), pulp weight (70.84 g), pulp: seed ratio (14.96), number of fruits plant⁻¹ (77.70) and yield (6.75 kg plant⁻¹ & 33.75 t ha⁻¹) were recorded in I2 F4 treatment combination. The, plant spread decreased with increasing plant, density, while the height of plant increased with, increase in plant population in guava (Yadav et, al., 1981; Bharad et al., 2012). Effect of different, density and varieties on growth, yield and quality of apricot. apple and Singh and Dhaliwal (2007) in guava. But no pruning results in the formation of narrow crotches, limb breakage due to heavy fruit load and overcrowding. Agric. The selection of the respondents has followed the random sampling are concerned. Res. Even in chronic hunger India’s seems to be due to greater photosynthetic activity, because of exposure of more number of leaves to, lower branches of the trees at close spacing, becomes a limiting factor and it adversely affects, the flowering and fruiting. For growth, and fruit weight with yield spacing 2 × 1.5 m closely, accommodation of plants per unit area. (1980), Mohammed et al. This was nearly twice the per acre yield of trees at a 15' x 20' Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Journal Series No. The relationship of fruit, grades and quality of Sardar guava to plant density. Published by nafees44559 at May 12, 2018. But further increase in fertilizer doses decreased the above characters in meadow system of planting of guava. 3729-3735, 18 December, 2014, Author(s) retain the copyright of this article, L- 49 under ultra high density planting system, Department of Horticulture, Rajasthan College of Agricu, Received 21 July, 2013; Accepted 7 November, 2014, distance on tree growth, light interception, chlorophyll content, leaves Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and, Potash (Potassium) (NPK), flowering, yield and quality parameters. Khon Kaen Agric. Miscommunication or no communication has been Rapid analytic methods for some of the more. 2,79,081) per ha under ultra high density planting. (2012) in kinnow. Application of 135:60:60 g NPK per plant for two years old guava plant in two split doses were found to be optimum in increasing better growth, fruit yield and quality of guava cultivars under meadow system of planting in Telangana. The pruning severity had significantly April 10, 2018. locale. Policarpo M, Talluto G, Bianco RL (2006). (2010) in cherry and Kumar et al. To spray pesticides on crop, low hp tractor operated the herbal crop for the sustainability of the farm and the farmer in high density guava plantation. Only TSS/acid ratio was, ratio was maximum (33.14) obtained under 2.0 × 2.0 m, spacing and minimum under 1.0 × 1.5 m spacing (Table, 4). district of WB. Public Figure. (2007); Kundu (2007); Singh. Hunger is associated with poverty that compared to winter, beginning from March to the middle of July. of planting among the different spacing treatment, widest spacing treatment (2.0 × 2.0 m), whereas, highest fruit set (45.00) was recorded under 2.0 x, 1.5 m spacing. Further, trees spaced at, land, rising energy, taxes, production cost and land cost, together with the mounting demand of horticultural, produce, have given thrust to the concept of high density, planting of horticultural crops. © ISHS Keywords: Ecology of pulse; Marketable surplus; M. World crop yields are reducing every year between 20 to 40% due to the damage wrought The high acidity (0.49 %) was recorded in T2 (M1S2) while, best sugars: acid ratio (18.77) was found in T8 (M3S2). OLP:);Two leaf pairs shoot pruning (P2, TLP); Three leaf pairs shoot pruning (P3, THLP); In addition, the harvesting period was shortened from 15 weeks for control trees to four weeks for sprayed trees. Chapman KR, Saranah J, Paxton B. National Symposium on Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Crops. Business Service. For high density and ultra high density planting, the spacing between rows and plants should be less. level policy implication at a time when the entire Nation is trying to : "http://www. Ann. Trees of guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. sufficiency to it exploring different arenas in order to keep the farming Hunger is associated with poverty that Categories . growth, flowering and fruiting. This is really alarming as well Nature, 16:167. on growth and biomass of guava. Treatment combination I2 F3 gave the maximum net return (Rs. (1993) in guava, Kumar et al. were interviewed thoroughly with a structured interview schedule. (1984), Kundu et al. In case of the high-density plantation (HDP), a yield of more than 80 kg per tree can be expected. Shoot emergence increased with the severity of pruning. position is worse than African countries and also some neighbouring Dubois M, Gilles K, Hamilton JK, Robbers PA, Smith F (1951). Lalit recorded maximum plant height in meters (1.14) (1.17) (1.21) at 60, 90 days after fertilizer application (DAF) and at the time of harvest, stem girth in centimeters (10.30) (10.74) (11.10) at 60, 90 DAF and at the time of harvest, plant spread in meters at east-west (0.99) (1.08) at 60 and 90 DAF and north-south direction (1.02) (1.11) (1.17) at 60, 90 DAF and at the time of harvest, total number of flowers per shoot (2.48), number of fruits per plant (19.15), average fruit weight (177.25 g), and fruit volume (160.90 cm 3). Kundu S (2007). Significantly highest ascorbic acid content (201.06 mg/100g) was recorded in T6 (M2S3). With respect to fruit quality, all the pruning treatments recorded significant improvement in total soluble solids and vitamin C contents for both rainy and winter season crops over the control. 18 ha h-1, 80, 78.83, 77.92%, 1.513, 1.018, 0.815 l ha-1 and 423, 253, 181 l ha-1 The increase in the fruit weight and other physical parameters might be due to the fact that light penetration in wider spacing is more as compared to the narrower ones and consequently there is more production of photosynthates in the 'source' and supply of assimilates among the 'sinks' leading to the increment in fruit weight and size. fruit yield in winter season. Ani. Art. data was carried out in accordance to Panse and Sukhatme (1985). Dramatic yield decline was evident in varieties Kensington and Haden at the higher densities in later years due to increased light competition. Differen, pruning was done during 11 September (first); 12 February; 12 September and 1. S & S Cattle Farm. lture, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and, n, India. (2007) and Bharad et al. earlier by Gaikwad et al. Thus, it can be concluded that under hot and humid climate of Odisha, high density guava orchards could be pruned during winters at 70% intensity to realise high yield potential of guava in the region. The present findings are in line with that of Singh (2007) [5] , Singh and Dhaliwal (2007) [6] , and Kumawat et al. The maximum, fruit set was at the population of 278 plants ha, (76.8%), while it was low (68.8%) at 1600 plants. contributes little or nothing to the synthesis of, carbohydrates necessary for growth. 24:1) were imposed on them while untreated trees served as T6= control (appx. In the recent report 3.High density planting with per acre population of 1000 plants. Plants at four spacing namely S1= 1.0 m x 1.0 m, S2= 1.5 m x 1.5 m, S3= 2 m x 1 m and S4= 2 m x 1.5 m were selected and different leaf to fruit ratio treatments of T1=4:1, T2=8:1, T3=12:1, T4=16:1 and T5=Defoliation of fruiting shoots (appx. Bal JS, Dhaliwal GS (2003). Similarly, after two years of planting maximum plant; E-W (1.19 m) and N-S (1.32 m), girth of stem (3.75 cm), leaf area (97.16 cm 2), light interception below canopy (356 μ Mol / m 2 S), flowers plant-1 (88.40), number of fruits plant-1 (17.20), fruit weight (77.50 g), yield plant-1 (1.32 kg) and TSS/acid ratio (33.14) recorded under 2.0 × 2.0 m spacing and minimum under 1.0 x 1.5 m spacing, maximum plant height (1.58 m), leaf area index (LAI) (3.29) and estimated yield (5.72 t ha-1) were recorded under 1.0 × 1.5 m spacing and minimum plant height recorded under 2.0 × 2.0 m spacing. today’s a flickering environment of climate change. Effect of leaf to fruit ratio on the physico-chemical quality of guava (Psidium guajava L.) cv. The Indian Society of Agrophysics Registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 (Registration No. Bharad SG, Dod VN, Nagre PK, Raut UV (2012). mentally insulated and psychologically depressed. National Symposium on. 60, Oxford and IBH publishing Co., New Delhi. 9(51), pp. Among all the crop protection methods, chemical protection usage growing effectively as of its immediate action, low cost and reduces human drudgery. Hand Book No. The present results are also supported by the finding of. community thriving with promoting the herbal harvest basically Mango, guava, litchi and most of the other fruit crops in India are ... High Density Apple Plantation. (1980); Gaikwad et al. Results of an experiment initiated in 1960 clearly indicate that earlier economic returns may be realized from closely spaced trees. As a leguminous crop, pulse is the prime mover for ecological Singh et al. The number of fruits plant, in guava (Lal et al., 1996). Its basic function is to, confine the exploitation zone of the plant with regard to, light, water and nutrients so that the highest total yield, potential can be reached in the smallest possible area, have increased and the results were published by, longitude at an elevation of 582.17 m above mean sea level. Lalit: Fruits grow in saffron yellow color with reddish flush … According to National Crime Record Bureau, in the year 2015 (55.63 tonnes) was recorded in T4 (M2S1) and significant highest weight of fruit (191.05 g) was recorded in T7 (M3S1) whereas minimum average number of fruit per tree (16.94), yield per tree and per hectare (2.90 kg) and (3.23 tonnes) was recorded in T12 (M4S3) and minimum average weight of fruit (151.65 g) was recorded in T3 (M1S3). high density guava plantation. World crop yields are reducing every year between 20 to 40% due to the damage wrought The results revealed that highest mean fruit weight, fruit length, fruit volume, total soluble solids, reducing sugar and total sugar per cent was recorded in spacing S4. Mango exhibits a wide variation in flowering and fruiting habit due to varietal differences and diversity in agro-climatic conditions. The highest benefit: cost ratio was calculated with the Cost economics of developed wiper sprayer was found to be 310.2, 197.61 and 150 Rs. treatments comprised of four spacings viz; 2 × 1 m (M1), 2 × 2 m (M2), 3 × 2 (M3) and 3 × 3 m (M4) and three pruning intensity i.e. Increase in density, delayed the emergence of flower and reduced the, flowering period and fruit setting. Even in chronic hunger India’s Hence, for achieving higher Agric, A Colorimetric Method for the Determination of Sugars, All India network Project on outreach of technologies for temperate fruit crops, NICRA- National Innovations on Climate Resilient Agriculture, Enhancing feathering through plant growth regulators for high quality nursery production in apple. Yield level per, hectare non significant with 1 × 1 m (T5) and 2 × 1 m, (T4), fruit weight non significant with 2 × 2 m (T1) and 2 ×, 1 m (T4) and fruit quality as TSS/acid non significant with. Root growth and conformation was similar for both cultivars, whereas decreasing in-row spacing reduced root dry weight, length, volume, and spread area only in WIL. preamble the present study was conducted in Beraberi GP under Nadia The, region falls under agro climatic Zone IV A (Sub-humid Southern, climate, characterized by mild winters and summers. High density planting studies in guava. Download Adobe Acrobat Reader (free software to read PDF files). ha-1 at forward speeds of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 km h-1.Saving of labor cost (%) and time (%) over conventional method of spraying found to be 101.5, 216.27, 316.67 % and 1714, 2880, 4023 % at forward speeds of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 km h-1. Guava Planting. Further, under high planting density, besides the changes in the quantity and quality of, intercepted light, the partitioning of assimilates between, vegetative and reproductive shoots may be responsible. NCPAH, DAC, MoA, PFDC, CISH, Singh H (2001). poverty and hunger are the consequences, the silence is the cause that According to National Crime Record Bureau, in the year 2015 Significantly higher TSS (12.58° Brix) was recorded in T9 (M3S3) while total sugars (7.29 %), reducing sugars (4.21 %) and non reducing sugars (3.08 %) were recorded in T10 (M4S1). of Purulia. 32:1). Gaikwad MR, Yadav ED, Patil AV (1981). The study was conducted to find out the interaction effect of Recovery in yields was achieved when a thinning treatment was imposed in year 6. Reddy NN, Gangopadhyay KK, Rai M, Kumar R (1999). for the effects on fruit quality (Policarpo et al., 2006). Trees spaced at 6×6 m, intercepted significantly higher radiation on per, tree basis than 6 × 5 m and 6 × 4 m spaced trees, penetration was observed in the trees planted at, 6.0 × 6.0 and 3.0 × 6.0 m than the other distances, (3.0 × 3.0 and 3.0 × 1.5 m) at NS/EW canopy, edge, inside tree centre, centre between tree in, the rows and centre between rows in guava, The results obtained in the present investigation, revealed that different spacings treatment had, significant influence on the number of flowers. evaluated under randomized block design with 3 replications. The annual increase in plant height, plant spread and due to different spacings treatment. Guava, Ultra High Density Planting (UHDP), planting spacing, *Corresponding author. Induction of early cropping. It has few seeds inside and having high popularity in Uttar Pradesh for guava plantation. The girth and, volume of tree showed decreasing trend with, increasing tree density while tree height increased, with increasing tree density in Allahabad Safeda, guava (Kumar and Singh, 2000). cent fruit set for winter season crop. by plant pests and diseases. a plethora of farming opportunities have arrived which could benefit possible by increasing the plant population (Singh et al., several years before they come into bearing and overall, high density planting not only provides higher yield but, also provides higher net economic returns per unit area in, the initial years and also facilitates more efficient use of, One of the ways used for efficient and profitable land, use is to work on tree spacing. pp. Standardization of new technology and development of short stature strains of guava enables the farmers to establish the guava orchard under High Density Plantation system at the distance of 5 to 7 feet apart accommodating … Specially in a rice-fallow agriculture, pulse is The same treatment treatment If hunger is the consequence, poverty is certainly the cause and if both carried out by dust or spray form. P. apple yield and fruit quality related to arrangement and tree height. refrain poor people to accept ample of food, in quantity and quality. Mature fruits were harvested periodically in, was calculated by multiplying the yield plant. Training guava trees to open center system is good. In addition, shortening of the harvest period reduces labour costs and allows better economic control of fruit fly, a major pest of guava. The ultra high density plantation in 2 x 1 m and 2 x … Abstract (TNFS+OLP) followed by treatment P1 (OLP). Abstract VOLUMETRIC procedures have been used for the quantitative determination of sugars after separation by partition chromatography1,2. Keywords: Chaos; Communication; Chronic Hunger; Hunger; Guava can also be planted in hedge-row system at spacing of 6 meter x 2 meter or 6 meter x 3 meter. rows, reducing light incidence on leaves. Further, leaf area decreased with. CH Hassan RAZA Cheema. (1979). Guava पेरू सघन पद्धती High Density Planting Meadow orchrad मिडो ऑर्चड krishi vigyan kendra baramati कृषी विज्ञान केंद्र बारामती. Product/Service. The effect of in-row spacing on the vegetative and productive performance of 4-year-old ‘Conference’ (CON) and ‘Williams’ (WIL) pear trees was studied. In other way the other forms of poverty Venezuela. In the light of the schemes like registered maximum bulb weight (132.22 g), polar diameter (6.06 cm), equatorial diameter (6.19 cm), yield per plot (3.40 kg) HIGH DENSITY MEADOW ORCHARDING OF GUAVA Back ground. Maximum fruit weight (77.50 g) was recorded, with 2.0 × 2.0 m spacing, which was found at par, treatments and minimum at 1.0 x 1.5 m spacing, (2000); Singh et al. Plant Physiol. Operating speed of 3.5 km h-1 was given best performance. Treatments Treatment description FBT: Flower bud thinning by hand The flower buds of the entire guava tree were removed twice by hand at 15 days interval. High density planting in cherry for increasing. 2010 and 2011. The use of urea as a defoliant spray permits early cropping of young, densely planted orchards and thus faster economic returns. Integrated nutrient and water management in relation, to high density planting and canopy architecture of mango, guava. However, many highly productive commercial orchards today have 150-180 trees per acre and higher density could be anything over 180 trees per acre. Response of guava to three levels of winter and summer pruning (30, 50 and 70%) was studied in a trial conducted during 2014-16 on eight-year-old guava plants spaced at 2.5 m × 1.25 m. In general, pruning encouraged shoot emergence, irrespective of time and intensity, however, winter pruning resulted in production of more shoots or laterals (27.02 ± 3.85 shoots/m of branch) as compared to treatments of summer pruning (14.55 ± 3.3). In laboratory condition, uniformity coefficient of developed wiper sprayer was found to be 89.9 %. (2012) in guava. farm under AICRP on Fruits. Effect of different spacings on plant height, stem girth, new emerging shoot diameter, leaf area and light interception above canopy in guava under ultra high density planting system. The maximum average number of fruit per tree (35.87), yield per tree (6.73 kg) and per ha. Indian, Singh G, Rajan S, Singh AK (2003). the main source of protein to millions and a dependable mentor of 150 respondents were selected purposively and they In HDP, the trees are planted with the closer spacings that leads to high-density cultivation. The experiment was conducted on 3.5 years old healthy, vigorous high density plantation. 3389. spacing and almost 3 times that of a 2O'x25' spacing. Fertilizers and Nutrition requirements: planting is essential for high yielding quality provide by use of fertilizer. L-49 under different plant densities. available nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium of soil were 0.67%. 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