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Hybrid Cashew Seedlings

800.00

Hybrid cashew seedlings are high-yielding, disease-resistant plants that produce large, high-quality nuts. They are a valuable crop for farmers in tropical and subtropical regions.

Hybrid cashew seedlings are used to produce cashew nuts, which are a popular food item and a valuable source of protein, fat, and fiber. Cashew nuts can be eaten raw, roasted, or used in a variety of dishes. Cashew milk, cashew butter, and cashew oil are also popular products made from cashew nuts.

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Hybrid Cashew Seedlings

There are three primary assortments which are Brazilian cashew, Chinese cashew, and Indian cashew. Brazilian cashew is generally filled in Nigeria.

Hybrid Cashew Seedlings

Cashew is exceptionally cross-pollinated and vegetative engendering is fundamentally prescribed on a business scale to deliver consistent with type establishing materials.
The nuts can be planted 3 – 4 for each opening or brought up in the nursery and relocated in the field.
After the foundation, the plants are diminished to one sound and lively plant per stand.
Cashews can be proliferated by seedlings, air layers, and softwood joins.

Engendering BY SEEDLINGS
Choice of mother trees
Chosen mother trees ought to be of good well-being, overwhelming development, and escalated stretching propensity with panicles having a high level of bisexual blossoms. The trees ought to bear nuts of medium size and weight (5-8 g/nut) with a typical yield of 15 kg nuts for each annum and 7-8 nuts for every panicle.

Raising seedlings
Raise seedlings in polythene sacks during May. Splash seed nuts in water for 18 to 24 hours to rush germination. Plant the pre-doused seed nuts in polythene packs loaded up with garden soil at a profundity of 2-3 cm with the tail end up. Seeds sprout in seven to ten days.

Choice of seed nuts
New seed nuts ought to be gathered during the pinnacle time of collection in February-March and sun-dried for 2-3 days.

Medium-sized nuts of 7-9 g ought to be chosen to get uniform and overwhelmingly developing seedlings.
The sun-dried, reviewed seeds ought to be treated with carbaryl (5g/Kg of seeds) before putting away them in gunny packs or polythene sacks.
Arrangement of the combination
Set up the preparing blend in the extent of one section of red soil, one section of sand, and one section of fertilizer in weighty precipitation regions and one section of red soil, one section of manure in low precipitation regions and blend in with a little amount of rock phosphate (10g/2Kg of the preparing combination).

Planting of seeds
The seed nuts ought to absorb water for 12-24 hours before planting to get great germination. At the hour of planting the dirt ought to be clammy and released in the polythene sack. Plant the seeds at a profundity of not more than 2.5 cm and cover them with little soil.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Hybrid Cashew Seedlings

What are the different types of cashew seedlings?

Brazilian cashew (most common in Nigeria), Chinese cashew, and Indian cashew.

What are the benefits of using hybrid cashew seedlings?

While not explicitly mentioned, hybrid varieties often offer advantages like increased yield, disease resistance, or improved uniformity compared to open-pollinated seedlings.

How can I propagate cashew trees?

Propagation by seedlings, air layering, and softwood grafting. This FAQ can be divided into separate questions for each method, focusing on seedling propagation for now:

  • Seeding: This section details selecting mother trees, raising seedlings in bags, seed selection, and seedbed preparation.

How do I select good mother trees for cashew seedlings?

Choose healthy trees with high yields, good branching, and flowers with a high percentage of bisexual blossoms.

How long does it take for cashew seeds to germinate?

Cashew seeds germinate within 7-10 days.

How do I care for young cashew seedlings?

While not explicitly covered here, you can mention the importance of maintaining proper moisture, providing adequate sunlight, and potentially using a balanced fertilizer once seedlings are established.

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