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Know About Java Plum Fruit Syzygium cumini

About Java plum fruit Syzygium cumini

Java plum fruit Syzygium cumini can be found in tropical Asia and Australia. The natural dispersal areas are the Himalayas, India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Australia. The plant height of Java plum fruit Syzygium cumini can reach 20 m, branched low, and titled round or irregular.

Java plum fruit Syzygium cumini plant can grow in the lowlands to a height of 500 m above sea level. The rainfall required to grow well more than 1000 mm per year with a real dry season. This is tolerant of drought and can grow in various types of infertile soils, wetlands, and drained soils.

 

The Plant of Java plum fruit

The Plant of Java plum fruit

The Leaf of Java Apple Fruit

Leaves lie face to face, stemming from 1 to 2.5 cm. Inverted circular leaf blade, slightly “jorong” until oval “jorong”, measuring 5-25 x 2-10 cm, the base of the peg or round shape, the tip is blunt or slightly tapered, edged flat. The young leaves are pink.

The Leaf Java plum fruit

The Leaf Java plum fruit

The Flower of Java Apple Fruit

Flowers in panicles generally appear on branches that are not leafy. Small flowers there are 3-8 buds on each end of the stalk, smells nice. The petal-shaped bell-shaped leaves or funnel, with a height of 4-6 mm, yellow to purplish. The crown leaf is round and loose, 3 mm in size, white to gray to pink, and easily deciduous. Many threads, with a length of 4-7 mm, and length of pistil 6-7 mm.

 

Flower of Java plum fruit

Flower of Java plum fruit

Type Fruit of Java Apple Fruit

Fruit type buni with an oval shape to oval, often slightly bent, length 1-5 cm, crowned lobe petals, thin skin glossy, dark red to purple, and sometimes white, in large gangs. The flesh is white, yellow, gray to slightly purple, almost odorless, with lots of juice, with a sour taste to sour sweet. The fruit contains lots of vitamin A and Shaped oval seeds up to 3.5 cm long. Stems, leaves, fruits, and seeds are often used as diabetes, diarrhea, and some diseases other. In addition to tannins, the Duwet also contains jambolin glucosides (jamboline).

 

Duwet breeding in general with seeds. Besides, it can be cultivated through grafting, grafting and connecting.

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