Introduction about lemon producing
Lemon trees are a large plant that grows from the Himalayas in northeastern India to north-central China, the Philippines in the east, and Burma, Thailand, Indonesia and New Caledonia in the east. the sun. Southeast. In India, in terms of cultivated area, citrus fruit is the third most important fruit after banana and mangoes.
Average citrus yield in India is impressive compared to other countries developed countries such as Indonesia, Turkey, Brazil and the United States (22-35 t/ha).
Among the tangerines, Nagpur tangerine (Central India), Kinnow tangerine (North West India), Coorg tangerine (South India) and Khasi (North East India) mandarin is a commercial vegetable of India. When Mozambique (Maharashtra), Sathgudi (Andhra Pradesh) and Malta and Jaffa (Punjab) are sweet oranges.
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Where are the most lemons produced?
Country from Lemon Productions. Worldwide, 20,049,630 tons of lemons are produced annually. India is the largest lemon producer in the world producing 3,482,000 tons per year. China comes in second producing 2,712,187 tons per year.
Lemon producing countries
India is the largest producer of lemons in 2013. It produced 2.52 metric tons. Many regions of the country, especially the most popular, produce many tons per year. It turned out to be an important workplace. The producing regions of the country are the states of Andhra and Pradesh
Mexico is the second producer in the world and the first in Central America. In 2013, its production reached 2.14 tons. The agricultural sector is important for the country, which allows it to earn a lot of money through exports. Most of the lemons produced in the country come from the south-west and south-east regions of the country which are hot. Some of the most cultivated states are Jalisco, Guerrero and Oaxaca, among others. Although the plants can survive in drought conditions, they can perform well in low rainfall. Too much rain can cause fungal infections.
the people’s country of china
It is another country that produces abundant crops. In 2013, it produced 1.91 tons of lemons. The warm climate of the country favors the efficiency of the crops. China has boosted the sector by investing in research into better agricultural methods that can improve crop production and improve its financial base in international markets. It also serves the home market, especially for food. Culture is the country’s main source of income and employs millions of its citizens in the agricultural sector.
The country is the fourth largest producer of goods. In 2013, its production reached 1.30 tons. It is a source of income. This plant thrives in the tropical regions of the country where the climate favors its production. The agricultural system has made it possible for the government to bring a large amount of land to our land in the cultivation of lemons. The country also invests in researching good varieties of crops that can thrive in different regions of the country.
The country managed to produce 1.17 million fruits in 2013. Agriculture has always been one of the main contributors to the Brazilian economy. It is grown in an area known as the Citric Belt. The country has invested heavily in research to manage the country’s ills. These are some of the efforts being made to expand the agricultural base of the country.
Soil and climate conditioning for lemon
Citrus plants need well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0 to 7.5. However, by changing the culture, it can grow well from 5.5 to 8.5 pH. Citrus trees are particularly sensitive to high salt and soil solutions.
High EC can indicate the early symptoms of the decline of citrus species. Good bread is better than clay soil. However, it can be grown from mountains to irrigated areas without irrigation. If the soil pH is close to 8.5, the soil EC must be less than 0.5 mm hos/cm for a successful citrus orchard.
Citrus trees do well in hot climates. It is cultivated across India. However, it cannot withstand high temperatures for a long time. Tangerines have adapted to the sub-mountain regions and are grown in Himachal Pradesh,
The hilly regions of Assam and the Satpura hills of Nagpur. A well-drained location with a temperature range of 7-47°C is best for growing Kinnow and Sweet Oranges.
Farmer Hamirsinh Parmar proved that lemon in life can bring you thousands of dollars in profit
Out of the 6 hectares of land he owns, Hamirsinh Parmar from Gautamgadh village in Surendranagar district of Gujarat grows lemons on 1.6 hectares. The 67-year-old farmer started growing lemons almost 25 years ago. While many farmers in Saurashtra region were reeling after the drought hit their crops, Parmar was selling lemons at Rs 100 per kg, against the standard price of Rs 80.
A former employee of the Gujarat State Cooperative Cotton Federation, Parmar now harvests an average of 100 quintals of cotton every year. In addition to the revenue, the investment has been cut in half.
“I buy my lemons and vegetables as they are from the vegetable farm. Being rich in taste and aroma, my customers do not hesitate to pay 15 to 25% more than the market price. Normal lemons sell for Rs 80 per kg, while my product sells for Rs 100. Also, I earn around Rs 1,000 a day by selling brinjal, okra, spinach and other vegetables from the same orchard,”
Winner of the Sardar Patel Krishi Sanshodhan Puraskar award from Gujarat (2016-17), he has been growing lemons in other related areas. For example, the rainy season, when the production of lemons increases but the demand for fruit is not, he started making organic pickles from his organic lemons.