Bread fruit farming in India | fruits farming | exotic fruit
Looks like jackfruit, but not jackfruit, its name is bread fruit, Bengali has a very funny name - rutifal.
There are many countries in our world whose name comes first in the list of food.
Here I am in the state of Kerala, here behind me is a strange tree, the height of the tree is about 30 feet and behind me is this fruit tree. This fruit tree is found in about 90 countries of our world. And in some countries this fruit is eaten as a substitute for the main meal.
Although it looks like a jackfruit, it does not have any seeds inside, which is why it is so popular in many countries of the world.
As this fruit is delicious to eat, it is cooked and eaten in different ways, in some states of our India this fruit is cooked and eaten like paneer.
Let's talk about the food made from this bread fruit, in many countries this fruit is eaten by burning, some people make cake from this bread fruit and eat it, from young to old everyone likes it. Some do business with breadfruit cakes.
The weight of this fruit ranges from about 600 grams to about six kilos, this fruit has small parts, like jackfruit, the spine of this fruit is not so big and the pulp is a little greasy, this fruit ripens from about July to September. Up to
I am in kerala right now in August, see here but the tree is bearing fruits and there are many fruits and they are small size now, will be bigger in future, weight of one fruit will be around 1kg.
This tree is commonly found in the coastal areas of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. For a long time this fruit tree is present in our India, now in the neighboring country of Bangladesh, West Bengal, but it is also present and being produced there for a long time.
But it is possible to grow this fruit in our West Bengal soil too, if you need space to plant this tree. About twenty feet tall and wide, it takes up a lot of space like a large tree, and can reach 40 to 50 feet in height.
One thing I have observed that these fruits are sold for around Rs 75 to 80 per kg, the tree behind me bears around 70-80 fruits and as the tree grows, the quantity of fruits increases.