Tamarind Cultivation - High Yielding Profitable Guide
The semi-arid tropical climate is best suited for Tamarind Cultivation, and it requires a temperature between 0 to 46 degrees celsius for optimum growth.
Deep loamy and alluvial soil with a soil pH level between 4.5 to 9 is best suited for the cultivation of Tamarind.
Tamarind Cultivation Land Preparation
Sow the Tamarind seeds at a space of 25 cm. Then, for Tamarind transplanting, dug the pits of 1m X 1m X 1m size at a gap of 10m X 10m.
Irrigation is given immediately after transplanting the seedlings. However, water is not provided in the rainy season, depending on the moisture content of the soil.
Process Of Harvesting
Tamarind gives output 8 years after planting, and hand-picking is recommended for proper harvesting.