About Product: Phalsa/Falsa Fruit
Phalsa, also known as Indian Sherbet Berry. It is a small berry. The fruits are purple in color and ripen on the tree. The tree can grow in a variety of soil conditions and climates. A large, scraggly shrub or small tree to 15 feet or more, the phalsa has long, slender, drooping branches, the young branchlets densely coated with hairs. The fruit skin turns from green to purplish-red and finally dark-purple or nearly black. It is covered with a thin, whitish bloom and is thin, soft and tender. The flavor is pleasantly acid, somewhat grapelike. Phalsa is a powerhouse of vitamins, sufficient amounts of trace minerals and is easily digestible.
Package contain 1 Plant
Plant size: 1 to 2 feet
Pots Size: 4 to 5” black pot
One Plant T Tag
Plants Caring Guide Book
Fruiting Season: May or June
Reachable Plant Height: 10 to 15 feet
Pot Requirement: 25 to 30 inches
suitable: hot and dry environment during fruiting
Plant Type: Fruit plant
Caring: Low maintenance easy caring
Soil Type: The soil should be soft and well-drained and rich in essential nutrients.
Common Name: Grewia, Falsa, Indian Phalsa, Parsa Phalsa, Phalsa tree, Phalsa berries
Scientific Name: Grewia asiatica
Sunlight: Need approx. 6 to 7 hours per day
Climate: Best climate of growing plant 30 to 35 degree Celsius
Watering: Normal watering thrice a week in the evening.
Manure Use: use any organic manure after 20 to 25 days
Which Time Use Fertilizers: When the plant is at the flowering stage NPK fertilizer Should be used which brings more fruits
you can transplant it into slightly bigger pot than the present pot or directly in the ground. To change the plant's pot, the plant should be removed with great care so that there is no problem with the roots.
After re-potting plant in the pot, place the plant in a shady place and regularly watering approx. thrice in a weeks. which makes it easier for the plant to produce roots, and the plant starts growing rapidly. After changing the pot, keep the plant in an open place so that the plant can return to its healthy condition as soon as possible.
When the leaves of the plant begin to deteriorate, Or , the plant starts to deteriorate. And if weeds are growing in the plant, then they should be removed, and throw away so that it does not come out again, it affects the growth of the plant. As a precautionary measure the planting material should be sprayed with carbendazim. Maintain moisture in the pot, Do not over water it may kill your plant, If insects are found in the plant, they should be treated with neem oil or insecticide at the appropriate time. Just prune if any branch of the plant is get damaged in transits. New leaves will come definitely.
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