Guava

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Suggested outline: Guava is a shrub that grows upto 3m high with round oval fruits

collect seed from health ripe fruits and dry them properly guavas can also be grafted

prepare garden early by slashign and ploughing a month before rain


plant guava direct or first in the nursery bed plant in the field at the spacing of 5m by 5m or 6m by 6m apart depening on the variety

weed early and as soon as the weed appear

if grafted guavas, the crop will start producing the fruits with 2 years or 3 years if planted by seed - it will be ready within 4 - 5 years ripe fruits will fall on ground when mature harvest when the fruit turn yellow or ripen

collect and put indoor can be eaten fresh

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Common Diseases

Below is a list of different techniques for prevention and management of diseases that commonly affect this crop. If you want to add a technique, open the editor and edit the "Diseases" section.

leaf rust

Check out the page leaf rust to find more information about this disease and other crops and livestock affected by it.

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Anthracnose

Check out the page Anthracnose to find more information about this disease and other crops and livestock affected by it.

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Common Pests

Below is a list of different techniques for prevention and management of pests that commonly affect this crop. If you want to add a technique, open the editor and edit the "Pests" section.

fruit fly

this is the most serious pest for guavas

Check out the page fruit fly to find more information about this pest and other crops and livestock affected by it.

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