Jack Gumless as the name implies does away with the greatest handicap of jack fruit-its gum. Identified by a farmer of Karnataka, this variety is also called Sompadi Varikka. The arils are firm and white in colour and they are eaten best in the early stage of ripening.
|Tree Height|| 20ft|
|Maturity Signs||Fruit colour changes green to pale green|
|Soil Type||well drained laterite is recommended.|
|Sunlight requirement||full sunshine|
|Temperature||25-38 degree C|
|Terrain||Plains and low gradient slopes|
|Training & Pruning||Train the young trees to develop many primary and secondary ranches close to the ground as possible (from 3 ft.). Once this is attained, limit pruning to the removal of crossing branches and diseased twigs.|
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