Bael is also known as Bengal Quince, Golden Apple, Japanese Bitter Orange, Stone Apple or Wood Apple,
It is native to the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia
Bael is a deciduous, spinous tree growing upto 18 meters tall
Leaves are usually tri or penta foliate, ovate to lanceloate with long petiole
Flowers are borne in axillary panicles greenish-white with sweet smell
Fruits are large, upto 15cm, globose/ovoid/pyriform, with greyish yellow woody rind with orange colored fibrous and mucilaginous pulp , which is sweet with fragrance
The Fruit, Bark, Leaves, Seeds and Roots are all economically important in Bael
Benefits of Bael:
The major challenges involve Biotic and Abiotic causes.
|Crop Stage||Products||Dosage||Method Of Application||Benefits|
|Inorganic fertilizer||Geoxol.COM||15 kg / hectare / application with basal fertilizer, if soil organic carbon (more than / equal to 0.5%) and bulk denisty (less than or equal to 1.6 g / cm3)||Soil Application||Rejuvenates soil for sustainable growth of crops|
|Organic fertilizer||Mycoxol4G||500 g / hectare / application, if soil pH (less than / equal to 7.5) and available P (more than / equal to 15 kg / ha)||Soil Application||Reduces incidence of soil borne diseases, improves availability of phosphorous and other micronutrients|
|Vegetative Growth||Privid||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Improves vegetative growth and reduces disease pressure|
|Vegetative Growth||Privid||1200 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Promotes vegetative growth|
|Pre flowering||Silixol OSA||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Reduces impact of abiotic stress|
|Pre flowering||PeakMAX||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Reduces disease pressure|
|Fruit development||Silixol OSA||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Improves accumulation of secondary metabolites|
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