COMMERCIAL
PROPAGATION OF ACID
LIME AND MINOR FRUITS
-J.Delince
BSA-11-409
ACID LIME
 Botanically Citrus aurantifolia (F: Rutaceae)
 Propagated by seedlings ( Raised from polyembryony), budding ,...
PIALS
 Pre-Immunized Acid Lime Seedlings
 It is against tristeza virus
 A mild strain is inoculated in bud
 Bud is the...
LITCHI
 Botanically Litchi chinensis (F: Sapindaceae)
 Air layering, stooling, grafting
 Varieties: Soharapur, Dehradun...
MANGOSTEEN
 Botanically: Garcinia mangostana (F: Clusiaceae or Guttiferae)
 Seed propagated
 Grafting done on G. venulo...
STRAW BERRY
 Botannically Fragaria vesca (F: Rosaceae)
 Propagation by Runner, Clonally
 Varieties: Phenomenal, Majesti...
RAMBUTAN
 Botanically Nephelium lappaceum (F: Sapindaceae)
 Seed, grafting, budding
 Varieties: Sreematjan, BR-1
DURIAN
 Scientific Name: Durio zebethinus Fa: Bombaceae
 Seed, Grafting, budding
 Var: Chanex, Deception
PERSIMON
 Botanically Diospyros kaki (F: Ebenaceae)
 Inarching on its own root stock
 Var: Fugel, Jiro, Hachiya
CARAMBOLA
 Botanically Averrhoa carambola (F: Oxalidaceae)
 By layering or seed
 Dah pon, Golden star
PASSION FRUIT
 Botanically Passiflora edulis, (F: Passifloraceae)
 Seeds, cleft grafting
 Kaveri, Golden passion fruit,...
WEST INDIAN CHERRY
 Botannically Malphigia punicifolia (F: Malphigiaceae)
 No cultivar
 Layering
JAMUN
 Botanically Syzygium cumini (F: Myrtaceae)
 Seed , inarching
 Var : Ram jaman
KARONDA
 Botanically Carissa caranda (F: Apocynaceae)
 Seeds, budding , Inarching
 Var: Green, Pink , White
LOQUAT
 Botanically Eriobotrya japonica (F:Rosaceae)
 Seeds, grafting on quince rootstock
 Mammoth, Safed batia, Golden...
PHALSA
 Botanically Grewia asiatica (F;Malvaceae)
 Seeds
 No named varieties
AVOCADO
 Botanically Persea Americana (F:Rosaceae)
 Mostly grafting
 Var: TKD-1, Pollock, Fuerte, Peradenia, Purple Hyb...
APRICOT
 Botanically Prunus Americana (F: Rosaceae)
 By grafting
 Alfred, Baiti, Beladi are the varieties
QUINCE
 Botanically Cydonia oblonga (F:Rosaceae)
 Mostly used as rootstock
 By cuttings
FIG
 Botanically Ficus carica( F: Moraceae)
 Seeds, cuttings
 Var: Capri fig, Smyrna fig, White San Pedro
KIWI FRUIT
 Botanically Actinidia deliciosa (F:Actinidiaceae)
 Cuttings
 Abbott, Allison, Bruno, Hayward, Monty, Tomuri
BREAD FRUIT
 Botanically Atrocarpus incise (f:Moraceae)
 By cuttings
EGG FRUIT
 Botanically Pouteria campechiana (F; Sapotaceae)
 Seeds mostly
DRAGON FRUIT
 Botanicallly Hylocereus undatus (F: Cactaceae)
 By vine cuttings
COUNTRY GOOSEBERRY
 Botanically Phyllanthus acidicus (F: Phyllanthaceae)
 By seeds, cutting
THANK YOU
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Commercial propagation of acid lime and minor fruit crops

  1. 1. COMMERCIAL PROPAGATION OF ACID LIME AND MINOR FRUITS -J.Delince BSA-11-409
  2. 2. ACID LIME  Botanically Citrus aurantifolia (F: Rutaceae)  Propagated by seedlings ( Raised from polyembryony), budding ,  To avoid the effect of Tristeza virus a budding of immunized bud is done
  3. 3. PIALS  Pre-Immunized Acid Lime Seedlings  It is against tristeza virus  A mild strain is inoculated in bud  Bud is then patch budded with healthy seedlings  This induce resistance against virus
  4. 4. LITCHI  Botanically Litchi chinensis (F: Sapindaceae)  Air layering, stooling, grafting  Varieties: Soharapur, Dehradun, Seedless late,
  5. 5. MANGOSTEEN  Botanically: Garcinia mangostana (F: Clusiaceae or Guttiferae)  Seed propagated  Grafting done on G. venulosa  No cultivars due to little variation
  6. 6. STRAW BERRY  Botannically Fragaria vesca (F: Rosaceae)  Propagation by Runner, Clonally  Varieties: Phenomenal, Majestic, Sujatha
  7. 7. RAMBUTAN  Botanically Nephelium lappaceum (F: Sapindaceae)  Seed, grafting, budding  Varieties: Sreematjan, BR-1
  8. 8. DURIAN  Scientific Name: Durio zebethinus Fa: Bombaceae  Seed, Grafting, budding  Var: Chanex, Deception
  9. 9. PERSIMON  Botanically Diospyros kaki (F: Ebenaceae)  Inarching on its own root stock  Var: Fugel, Jiro, Hachiya
  10. 10. CARAMBOLA  Botanically Averrhoa carambola (F: Oxalidaceae)  By layering or seed  Dah pon, Golden star
  11. 11. PASSION FRUIT  Botanically Passiflora edulis, (F: Passifloraceae)  Seeds, cleft grafting  Kaveri, Golden passion fruit, Purple passion fruit
  12. 12. WEST INDIAN CHERRY  Botannically Malphigia punicifolia (F: Malphigiaceae)  No cultivar  Layering
  13. 13. JAMUN  Botanically Syzygium cumini (F: Myrtaceae)  Seed , inarching  Var : Ram jaman
  14. 14. KARONDA  Botanically Carissa caranda (F: Apocynaceae)  Seeds, budding , Inarching  Var: Green, Pink , White
  15. 15. LOQUAT  Botanically Eriobotrya japonica (F:Rosaceae)  Seeds, grafting on quince rootstock  Mammoth, Safed batia, Golden red, Tanaka, California, Advance, Pale yellow, Golden yellow
  16. 16. PHALSA  Botanically Grewia asiatica (F;Malvaceae)  Seeds  No named varieties
  17. 17. AVOCADO  Botanically Persea Americana (F:Rosaceae)  Mostly grafting  Var: TKD-1, Pollock, Fuerte, Peradenia, Purple Hybrid
  18. 18. APRICOT  Botanically Prunus Americana (F: Rosaceae)  By grafting  Alfred, Baiti, Beladi are the varieties
  19. 19. QUINCE  Botanically Cydonia oblonga (F:Rosaceae)  Mostly used as rootstock  By cuttings
  20. 20. FIG  Botanically Ficus carica( F: Moraceae)  Seeds, cuttings  Var: Capri fig, Smyrna fig, White San Pedro
  21. 21. KIWI FRUIT  Botanically Actinidia deliciosa (F:Actinidiaceae)  Cuttings  Abbott, Allison, Bruno, Hayward, Monty, Tomuri
  22. 22. BREAD FRUIT  Botanically Atrocarpus incise (f:Moraceae)  By cuttings
  23. 23. EGG FRUIT  Botanically Pouteria campechiana (F; Sapotaceae)  Seeds mostly
  24. 24. DRAGON FRUIT  Botanicallly Hylocereus undatus (F: Cactaceae)  By vine cuttings
  25. 25. COUNTRY GOOSEBERRY  Botanically Phyllanthus acidicus (F: Phyllanthaceae)  By seeds, cutting
  26. 26. THANK YOU

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