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Loquat (لوکاٹ)

  • Scientific Name: Eriobotrya Japonica
  • Common Name:  Japanese Medlar, Loquat.
  • Description:  Loquat trees are rarely more than 10 metres (33 feet) in height and bear thick stiff leaves that are clustered toward the ends of the branches. The elliptic leaves have coarsely serrate (toothed) margins and are 200–250 mm (8–10 inches) in length.
  • Uses: High in nutrients, Packed with plant compounds, May promote heart health, May have anticancer properties, May improve metabolic health, May offer anti-inflammatory properties.
Attribute Information
Blooming Time Sep-Jan
Seasons Late Winter to Early Spring
Soil Requirement  Loquat tree prefers a soil which drains well, but it is less picky than some plants are as to the soil makeup as long as it’s not salinated.
Environment However chilling beyond –3ºC kills its flowers during winter, but the tree is cold hardy up to –10ºC, therefore this fruit is grown in the climatic zones of Pakistan where the temperature ranges between 38 to 25ºC in the summer with humidity up to 75% and in winter it ranges between 20 to 3ºC.
Watering Newly planted loquat trees should be watered at planting and every other day for the first week or so and then 1 to 2 times a week for the first couple of months. For the first 3 years, water once a week during prolonged dry periods.



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