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Melia Dubia, a year later!

posted on 1/21/2013 11:54:07 AM by SaveraFarm fetched under General category | Views: 1347

Last August, we had planted 5000+ Melia Dubia saplings. A year later, most of the saplings have been able to grow into young, sturdy trees with an average height of 10-11 ft (although some of them are as high 15-17 ft). External inputs have been minimal. Biannual manuring has been followed and irrigation given once in 5 days (40L at a time). No chemicals or fertilizers have been used except Humic For the complete article, visit www.SaveraFarms.com. We look forward to your co...

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