In the upcoming slides, we have discussed briefly about the cultivation process of the Pomegranate Plant.
The period of fruit development and ripening requires a hot, dry climate. For example, the growth of pomegranate fruit requires a temperature of 38 degrees Celsius.
Pomegranate cultivation is believed to perform best in good drainage sandy loam soil.
When should pomegranate plants be planted?
Pomegranate Plants should be planted in either August, February or March.
For the productive outcome in fruits, regular irrigation must be done at intervals of 10 to 12 days after the rainy season.
Pomegranate orchards planted on one hectare can produce roughly 480 tonnes, generating an annual revenue of 8–10 lakh rupees.