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Sapota Fruit Plant

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Product Details:
VarietyKalipatti
Fruit TypeOther
Product TypePlants
Usage/ApplicationFruits
Other NecessitiesFull Sun Exposure
ColorYellow
2 feet1 kg

Sapota, also known as chikoo or Manilkara zapota, is a tropical fruit-bearing tree native to Mexico and Central America. It is widely cultivated in various tropical and subtropical regions for its sweet and flavorful fruit. Sapota trees are medium-sized and produce round or oval-shaped fruits with a brownish outer skin and soft, juicy flesh.

Here are some key features and information about Sapota plants:

Appearance: Sapota trees are evergreen and can grow up to 20 meters (65 feet) in height. They have a dense, spreading canopy with glossy, elliptical leaves. The flowers of the Sapota tree are small and inconspicuous. The fruit is typically round or oval, ranging in size from 4 to 8 centimeters (1.5 to 3 inches) in diameter.

Fruit: The Sapota fruit has a brown, rough outer skin that is easily peeled away. The inner flesh is creamy and sweet, often described as having a caramel-like flavor with a hint of pear or banana. The fruit contains a few black, shiny seeds that are usually removed before consumption. The ripened fruit is ready to be eaten when it becomes slightly soft.

Cultivation: Sapota trees thrive in warm tropical and subtropical climates. They require well-drained soil and prefer full sun exposure. The trees are usually propagated through seeds or through grafting onto suitable rootstocks. It takes several years for the tree to mature and start bearing fruit. Regular watering, fertilization, and pruning can help maintain healthy trees and promote fruiting.

Uses: The main use of Sapota is for its delicious fruit. The ripe fruit can be consumed fresh, sliced, or used in various culinary applications such as desserts, smoothies, milkshakes, ice creams, and jams. The pulp of the fruit is also used to make Sapota-based sweets and candies. In addition to its edible uses, Sapota also has traditional medicinal uses for treating digestive issues, coughs, and respiratory ailments.

If you are interested in growing Sapota plants or have further questions about their cultivation, it is advisable to consult with local horticultural experts, nurseries, or agricultural extension services in your region. They can provide guidance specific to your area's climate and growing conditions, as well as recommend suitable cultivation practices and varieties available locally.

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