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Avocado (ایوا کاڈو)


  • Scientific Name: Persea americana
  • Common Name: Magar Nashpati, Makhanphal, Avocado
  • Description: Avocado trees produce clusters of small, green-yellow flowers at the end of twigs and a large, fleshy, pear-shaped fruit with a single large seed. The fruits can be purple to green in color with smooth or warty skin depending on variety. The flesh of the fruit is yellow-green in color and has the consistency of butter.
  • Uses: The seeds, leaves, and bark are used for dysentery and diarrhea. Avocado oil is applied directly to the skin to soothe and heal skin and to treat thickening of the skin.
Attribute Information
Blooming Time March-May
Seasons Winter
Soil Requirement Avocados like loose, rich, well-draining soil. The soil may need to be sandy to accommodate the tree’s large roots.
Environment The avocado plant requires hot humid weather and no frost. They need at least six hours of sunlight per day..
Watering Most avocado roots stay in the top six inches of soil, which can dry out quickly. Newly planted trees may need water two to three times per week their first year. Mature avocado trees need water equal to about 2 inches of rainfall or irrigation each week during summer.



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