Pomegranate Farming

Pomegranate is the general name for a small tree or rather a thorny shrub. These particular trees also bear fruits which are also referred to as pomegranate. Its fruits are edible, tart, and juicy. It has a distinguishing feature of fat solitary flowers with several stamens and pistils.

These are the particular reasons why homeowners loved growing them. You should start growing some too. The following are the tips on growing it.

Light and Temperature

Pomegranate trees usually grow in tropical areas. As a matter of fact, they particularly favor being under the full blast of the sun. The warm sunlight is one of the big factors of the production of its fruits and flowers. However, if they are planted in areas where sunlight is not that abundant or with only partial sunlight, the production of their fruits and flowers will be affected. The fruits and flowers will likely be scarce and small. This is the very explanation why pomegranate trees are most appropriate in places with hot summers.

On the other hand, being cooled once in while is also what these trees desire. That is why they are also suitable even in cool winters’ time. These two particular seasons which are needed by the pomegranate trees are essential for them to enter natural growth and dormancy periods. There are also some species of these trees that can stand a temperature as low as ten (10) degrees. Their barks are also sensitive to frost damage. So you must keep in your mind that they should be protected during extreme freezing temperatures.

Rich Soil with Fertilizer

Pomegranate trees tend to be more apt on the types of soil that are a mixture of clay, sand, gravel, silt, and organic matter. The best example of this is the deep loam soil. However, they can also bear with the types of soil that can drain water more easily such as rocky and sandy soil. Fertilizers can also make your pomegranate trees healthier although they can still live without having one. Putting fertilizers is more like pampering your tree. And they will definitely be grateful for a layer of compost or mulch. If you plan on putting fertilizers on your tree, make sure to spread them around the base of the latter. You should also put it before spring comes. During this period, your tree is near to its full bloom. Additionally, if you have just started planting, more probably your trees are still new like babies. In this case, they only need two (2) to four (4) ounces of ammonium sulfate. It is also highly advisable for you to remove any nearby plants that might compete with it.

Other Minor Elements

Water is basically needed by every plant. In the case of pomegranate trees, they are more inclined to a semi-dry environment. During the dry season, you can immerse them with water every two to four weeks. Pruning is also needed by these trees. To train the tree to grow into a single trunk, whenever it produces sprouts and sucker, you must remove them immediately. Dead and damaged branches should be eliminated during their dormant period which is in the late winter. And lastly, put on a copper fungicide on your trees from late spring until summer. This is to prevent it from fungus infection.


Q. How many pomegranate plants are needed per acre?
A: You need around 200 trees per acre.

Q. What are the soil requirements?
A: Sandy loam to deep loamy soil is best for pomegranate farms. The plant can grow on light soil as well.

Q. What weather is best for pomegranate farming?
A: Warm weather is best for this farming. As pomegranate trees do not need much water to grow so they can survive in low water conditions.

Q. When to harvest pomegranate?
A: Late summer or early fall is the best time for harvesting pomegranate depends on climate.


  • Yaseen said on January 3, 2011
    I have 6 1/2 hectare pomegranate farm in Sira, 50km from Tumkur. Trees are getting dried due to some viral infection in the soil. I dont have that much idea about farming I feel this is the reason for this. Can anyone help me or provide me farming tips to yield good crop during the season. Appreciate your help!!!
  • Bapurao said on March 31, 2011
    I need require information for plantation of pomegranate in my farm now i am planing for 740 trees plantation in my farm so please send info. When should i plan for plantation of pomegranate.
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 31, 2011

    @Bapurao, Hi Bapurao, It is really a very good idea for starting a pomegranate farm as it is extremely low maintenance farm compared to other fruit farming. I think you need at least 4-5 acre land for your plan. You can find more information in our FAQ section at the top that i added recently.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • pancham yadav said on July 28, 2011
    I want to start the pomegranate farming at Gorakhpur (East U.P.) now. Will it be appropriate to do so ? Your early response will help me immensely. Thanks
  • Manoj kumar said on December 2, 2011
    Hi, I want to start pomegranate farming. I have 5 acres of land. My location is Village Deoban Dist. Kaithal, Haryana India. Please tell me is it best location for pomegranate farming and can i start.
  • ajay pal said on January 12, 2012
    Hi, I want to start pomegranate farming on my 50 acre land in anantpur distt pls guide me
  • rikkikesh said on January 23, 2012
    sir i want 500 tree plantation of pomegranate in the hisar dist(hariyana) sir i need all information about pomegranate and how much per year profit i can get from 500 tree
  • kapil sharma said on February 2, 2012
    sir i want 200 tree plantation of pomegranate in the pataudi (gurgaon) dist(hariyana) sir i need all information about pomegranate
  • Michael Orozco said on February 15, 2012
    Hi we have farm in El Mirage calif 92301 it is a FAITH BASED DISCIPLESHIP PROGRAM we planted 100 bare root pomegranate trees would like to 500 more need info and help need how much profit per acre we have 17 1/2
  • Hein smith said on February 23, 2012
    Hi, I'm planning on planting 4 to 6 hectares of pomegranate trees in South Africa,can you give me any info please and I also wanna do another 4 hectare organic, if you have any info, it will be well appreciated, regards, Hein Smith
  • lalit ankush nagpure said on April 12, 2012
    Hi, I want to start pomegranate farming. I have 7 acres of land. My location is Village ganeshpur Dist. nasik, maharashtra India. i need all information about pomegranate with new technology from start to end. Thanking you,
  • Narayan ojha said on May 31, 2012
    Hi, I am from Nepal, My area is close to north-east part of Utter Pradesh of India, I am planning to start a pomegranate farm in my 2 hectares of land. This area is a valley with warm temperature up to 42C in summer. The land contains clayloam soil and is has irrigation facility. Could you please suggest me what variety is appropriate for this climatic condition and soil type? where can I buy the cutting/ plants of pomegranate in India? Thank you for your cooperation
  • binod said on July 12, 2012
    hi, me from nepal. I want to start pomegranate farming in our village with temperature of 36 degree in summer. Pls share me the ideas of farming pomegranate in my village like climate and soil and the detail process of farming it..?? see ur reply very soon, nepal
  • ramangouda said on August 12, 2012
    i am planning to harvest pomegranate plantation, i am from taluk-saundatti, belgaum, karnataka and having 10 acres of land, please suggest me can i do it, how much financial investment i need, pls suggest me
  • bijay kumar ghimire said on August 13, 2012
    Namaste !!! this is Bijay from Nepal, i want to grow plants of Pomegranate. the starting phase will be 100 thousands plants. The temperature in summer is 40 degree with plain area. this location is north east of Uttar Pradesh, India. please suggest me whether i can start or not. and what type seeds will be best for this place. from where i can get the seeds for the plants.
  • Dhnanjaya Paudel said on August 22, 2012
    Hi i am Dhananjay paudel from Nepal. I am planning for pomegranate farming in an around pokhara. The highest temperature is 36 degree Celsius and lowest 10 degrees. Mild temp is about 20-25 degree about eight month of the year. My field is south faced dry with red toxic soil. Could u suggest me whether i can establish pomegranate farm. If it is so where i can buy hard wood cutting stock? What about price per cutting? Do you help me for hulling the stocks and how can you guaranteed of purity?
  • Rajesh said on September 4, 2012
    Dear Concern, I am rajesh from Kolar District, Karnataka State. I want to start pomegranate farming in our village with temperature of 30-35C in summer. Pls share me the ideas of Bhagwa pomegranate farming in my village and also advice how many plants per acre with distance. rgds rajesh
  • ketan popat more said on September 15, 2012
    i am very interested to the pomegranate farming in satana dist.nashik
  • imran shaikh said on September 29, 2012
    Hi, sir i have purchase a 10 acre land in manmad in nashik district maharashtra india but the land is not cultivated till yet from so many years and i am not a farmer, so please guide me how to cultivate it , in order to start pomegranate farming. i need all information about pomegranate with new technology from start to end. i also here about bhagwa variety so please give detail of this variety also like its cost, after planting when it start producing fruit, how much kg/tree, which is the best fertilizer in order to produce high yield, and all other relating information to this fruit from start to end as early as possible. Thanking you,
  • Jaydip Deore said on October 5, 2012
    Hi.I was just started pomegranate farming on my 5 acer land in Dhule Dist.(Mh) Pls i need detail process of farming. Thanking you,
  • PNR.KANNAN said on October 13, 2012
    dear sir, i planning to grow pomegranate farming in my 3 hector land in theni district.pls,help regarding this plantation. thanking you!
  • bikash Lamichhane said on October 30, 2012
    I want to plant something like 1000 plants. which is the best place to get them in western Nepal?
  • basavaraj said on November 3, 2012
    sir. i have 4 hector pomegranate farm in hosadura(near chitradurga) small fruits are there but they are eaten by some birds or insectc dnt know. pls help me what to do in next upcoming days
  • De-neasha said on November 11, 2012
    Hi, I want to plant 10 hectares of pomegranate trees in South Africa, what is the best time to plant. The area is very hot in summer, with a low rainfall. Winters approximate -6 degrees in winter (the lowest). Any special precautions I should take to secure the plantation.
    - how many plants per hectare and distances.
    - +/-how many kg/per tree after three years.
    - what is market prices per kilogram lately.
    - how much water per tree and how regular
    - Any other information which can add value to my new plantation will be appreciated.
    Thank you
  • mahendra ingle said on November 14, 2012
    Hi every one, I am pomegranate grower In MH.MP & GJ State as Technical Consultant more than 600 acre area. Any person want to contact with me fell free to communicate or contact on 09823563856 or kissanmitra1@gmail.com
  • bharath kumar said on November 16, 2012
    Dear respected sir, am from Nanjangud taluk Mysore district karnataka. i have 25 acres of land , i want 2 start pomegranate farming . Kindly guide me weather it is right place, which breed is suitable, where can i get plants..
  • johnson said on November 21, 2012
    Hi Yaseen (the first respondent), I would like to talk to you regarding pomegranate cultivation. Planning to be at tumkur by the middle of next month. can you email me your contact number / address to johnsoniipm@gmail.com? Thanks Johnson
  • narayansingh w rajput said on November 30, 2012
    We have planted 1600 pomegranate plants which is now 4 years old age .The past monsoon was very poor, thats why we donts have sufficient amount of water for proceeding. I can not proceed to take fruits. So please suggest me the Amount of water per plant required for survival of the plants. Your guidance is most precious for us....so please suggest the proper things..
  • jagadish m l said on December 3, 2012
    hi i am jagadish i want to know is which month is right to grow pomegranate farm means to plant in gubbi tlak of tumkur dist karnataka state india
  • Bhupendra parmar said on December 27, 2012
    We are pomegranate farm developer in gujarat and rajasthan contact 09898513374 anand gujarat india
  • rajan gupta said on January 14, 2013
    sir i wants to know all details of pomegranate plantation. i belong to uttar pradesh, saharanpur
  • Ernest Bean said on January 15, 2013
    Good day, As all he other e-mail you receive, can you perhaps assist with some kind of documentation for pomegranate farming as we would like to enter this venture. We are from South Africa and believe that it can be a profitable business to start. Regards Ernest
  • chethan said on January 22, 2013
    i have 4 acres of land near gubbi, tumkur district, karnataka state and i want to do some business there which will help me to lead my family. chethan, +91 8308826700
  • prashanth said on January 30, 2013
    HI sir my name prashanth from Bangalore i am planing to make pomegranate farming. if u any one have land to give a rent near north Bangalore plz call me 9986172230
  • parameswarappa, holalkere,chitradurga dist said on February 3, 2013
    sir, I wanted to plant pomegranate in my 4 acre dry land (bore well irrigation can be made)please guide me to which variety of this plant is good for our region and where can we get the samplings, more about the cultivation.
  • bhausaheb Shirsath said on February 20, 2013
    if you want any type of help regarding pomegranate cultivation its diseases, water irrigation 7 Fertigation etc. please call to us 09689644799/09421038167
  • Navtej Sandhu said on February 20, 2013
    Hi my name is Navtej and I'm a farmer from Punjab state...me n my friends are planning to buy about a 100 acres for pomegranate farming in Karnataka state...Kindly help me with a couple of queries?
    1. which area is good to grow pomegranate s in Karnataka state.
    2. which variety should I grow there.
    3. what is the major threat to pomegranate farming(diseases, birds, climate, pests.. etc)
    4. where should I source the plants from?
    5. how many trees can be planted per acre?
    6. can we do inter-cropping with pomegranates?
    7. is drip irrigation system the most effective way to provide water to the trees?
    8. what's the average yield I can expect per acre?
    9. whats the temperature in this area and how much rainfall does it receive every year ?
    10. where should I get the soil and water tested?kindly help me with these queries.....
    regards...My contact number is 09646300318
  • Subodh said on March 3, 2013
    I'm Subodh from Nasik help me pomegranate plantation to harvest full information.
  • Deepak Swarnkar said on March 11, 2013
    I want plantation of pomegranate in madhya pradesh and i want a lot the land from madhya pradesh government for this purpose. please advise my for above work
  • ramkrishna janjale said on March 24, 2013
    I want to plant 3 Acres Pomegranate near Gangapur Dam in Nashik. Kindly let me know the availability of plants so that I can undertake planting in June/july.
  • ssr said on April 3, 2013
    we have 8 hectares of land at N.Sagar, Guntur dist, AP red soil / rocky land. we wanted to plant pomegranate? Whether is it suitable for this crop? Where can we get the suitable / best quality plants near by. what are the major threat to pomegranate farming(diseases, birds, climate, pests.. etc). Marketing / Govt subsidy information etc., Kindly advise.
  • Pheona Kemp said on April 3, 2013
    Utrecht (Balele Valley), Northern Kwazulu Natal, South Africa. I would like to purchase "Smith - Angel Red and Wonderful Pomegranate trees". Where can I order, what is the price etc. Thank you & Kind regards. Pheona
  • Abdullah Gardee said on April 10, 2013
    i intend starting a small scale pomegranate commercial farm in Mpumalanga, South Africa. I have about 3 hectares to start off with. Any information would be highly appreciated. Thanks. Abdullah
  • hardik mungra said on April 14, 2013
    Hi, i am hardik I am interested for export of pomegranate. and I would like to know which country was better for me?
  • Mandip Parasaniya said on April 18, 2013
    Dear All, My self Mandip Parasaniya from Gujarat. I am M.sc.(Horticulture) and working as consultant in Pomegranate in Gujarat, If any one wish to appoint consultant plz contact on mobile 09727750315. I am having rich experience of Agro chemicals and Cultivation Practices.
  • swapnil mhetre said on April 19, 2013
    Hi, I am swapnil mhetre from pune. i am planting bhagwa variety of pomegranate over 8.5 acre. So which type of drip system i have to use??
  • NILESH JADHAV said on April 22, 2013
    Hi, I am Nilesh Jadhav having plant nursery farm in pune. We have bulk quantity of bhagwa pomegranate plants. If anyone required , call me on 9922679497 or send mail to : ayush.nursery2005@gmail.com
  • H.RAGHAVENDRA said on April 24, 2013
    hi i want to form a pomegranate form in 10 acres and i belong to ananthapur dist ,Amarapuram village,A.P. Is it suitable for this ,plz inform to me
  • Gurumurthy.K said on April 30, 2013
    I am living in Davanagere Karnataka (India). I leased a land of 5 Acres/ I want to plant pomegranate trees. I want to know the answers for below questions.
    1. How much plant to planted in 1 Acre?
    2. Once in how many days water should be feeded?
    3. what are the medicines should be given?
  • Gurumurthy.K said on April 30, 2013
    davanagere karnataka india what is yield of pomegranate per acre
  • susmit said on May 8, 2013
    My name is susmit and i am from Maharashtra. I completed B.Sc horticulture recently and i want to develop my 6 acre land. I want to grow a pomegranate please give me a suitable plan.
  • jude kumara said on May 17, 2013
    I'm a fruit planter. My 25 acre farm is in north western province in Sri Lanka. This area is dry Zone and the soil is sandy clay loam. The entire farm is drip irrigated. My main varieties are guava and citrus. I have introduced 200 pomegranate trees to start with. Those are now well bearing. Unfortunately I have unable to pick fruits from first 2 consecutive crops. Because when maturing the fruits get cracked and dried. This disease starts with a small black patch at the bottom of immature fruit and spreads gradually until completely dried or cracked. I have spray different types of fungicides fortnightly starting from flowers. But the disease is not yet under control. Could you kindly advise me the way of handling this situation. Your advise is greatly appreciated.
  • anand said on May 23, 2013
    I want to start the pomegranate farming my question is in 3 acres how much profit I get with good maintenance.. Pls suggest sir...
  • Shrinivas Godbole said on May 24, 2013
    Please help me with information as I want to plant pomegranate, but I cant do drip irrigation system as the water does not have any pressure, so drip does not work in my farm. Kindly guide. Shrinivas.
  • Naresh G Makwana said on May 25, 2013
    Individual farmer at Degam, Taluka-Chikhli, District -Navsari. Want to grow Bhagwa Pomegranate in area @ 1/2 acre.
  • ankur said on May 25, 2013
    pipariya, madhyapardesh, india. hi, i am ankur from mp i want to grow pomegranate in my farmhouse, i want to know that , is there any kind of spicy of pomegranate that can be grown on black soil?
  • Shyam Yadav said on May 29, 2013
    Hi! I am Shyam Yadav from Nepal, i want to grow plants of Pomegranate. the starting phase will be 15 plants. The temperature in summer is 40 degree with plain area and fertile lommy soil. The location is north east of Janakpur please suggest me whether i can start or not. and what type seeds will be best for this place. from where i can get the seeds for the plants?
  • khwaja Baig said on June 3, 2013
    I am going to plan for 2000 plants of Pomegranate at a time. which will be the exact period for best plants and from where I can get plants, which drip irrigation system should be used, can I get a proper guide or a consultant from start to end. I want to do all the things scientifically and properly because I want to give justice and respect to pomegranate and salute to my soil mother.
  • G.P.saini said on June 7, 2013
    we are based at jaipur ,we want to set up pomegranate orchard near jaipur in Rajasthan we require about 15000 saplings of Bhagwa variety any nursery accredited with state government/NHB/any university may quote price for each plant. thanks. G.P.saini, 876417621 email gpsaini2006@yahoo.co.in
  • Jivanlal savalia said on June 12, 2013
    Me resi. in Gujarat at Ankleshwar ,i required 200no.tissue plant tree of pomegranates. 09426813388
  • Vikram said on June 16, 2013
    Can we grow pomegranate in jodhpur rajasthan.
  • sandeep said on June 21, 2013
    Hi i would like to plant 500 plant in my farm at india, maharastra, nashik. give me idea for organic plantation.
  • AMOL TALEKAR said on June 22, 2013
    I want technical guidance for pomegranate from planting to harvesting.
  • Vivek Sharma said on June 27, 2013
    We are the group of Agri profesionals who are dealing in pomegranate plantation establishment, maintenance and buy back. we are also providing consultancy for better harvest per acre. contact number- 09907955696, 9893077874
  • Ranjan Baidya said on June 29, 2013
    Namaskar I am from Nepal i am interested about pomegranates farming at nearest U.P temperature about winter 16'celcious & Summer 42' celcious give suggestion. contact no is 09779848443969
  • ram singh said on July 4, 2013
    dear sir i want pomegranate busines in faridabad. pls write me what is the price per ton karnataka or maharastra
  • Aaliya Global said on July 18, 2013
    Dear All, If any one looking to buy pomegranate do Contact me on +91-9591333889 Thanks and Regards
  • arvindgelani said on July 28, 2013
    i want farming of pomegranate but my land is highly salty and water is also high salty so what can i do for which farming
  • Parminder Kumar said on August 1, 2013
    Hello Vivek Sharma, I have land both types cultivated and non-cultivated. I want to utilize my non-cultivated land for some kind of fruit orchard for profitable return on this. This land plot is good for pomegranate plantation, as there are other spices related to pomegranate growing well on this unused land plot. Could you please let me know how to take an opportunity to go with your complete shared contract farming plan. Please discuss more on this with me at paamsks@gmail.com. Thanks.
  • Djagadish said on August 4, 2013
    I wish to do pomegranate plantation in andrapradesh . which areas is suitable to planting and give me the consultancy numbers.
  • Viswanatha M said on August 5, 2013
    hi, i am planning to grow organic pomegranate and let me know the place where i can buy organic plants in Karnataka.
  • Rahul darade nashik said on August 12, 2013
    Hi, I an raul i want to start pomegranate farming. I would like to 1000 plant in my location is village chaas-nalwadi Dist. Nashik, State Maharashtra. INDIA. I need all information about pomegranate with new technology from start. Give me suggestion contact no is 9850772325 email id is rahul.darade05@rediffmail.com THANKING YOU....
  • gajbe basant said on August 14, 2013
    Hi, I am basant gajbe i want to start pomegranate farming. I would like to 1500 plant in my location is dist, tah. Rajnandgaon chhattisgarh State. INDIA. I need all information about pomegranate with new technology from start. Give me suggestion email id is gajbebasant@gmail.com THANKING YOU
  • anoj agarwala said on August 23, 2013
    Based at Nagpur, MS and interested in Pomegranate farming on large scale. Any body interested to join hands may contact.
  • Pravin said on August 27, 2013
    Hi everyone. my self pravin , i am an engineering graduate but now i want to start farming because my family business is farming , i want to be cultivation of the pomegranate at sangli maharastra, pls send me the information
  • arbaz khan said on September 1, 2013
    wt would be the annual profit for 500 trees if yield is good. And wt what would be the initial investment
  • ak srihari said on September 4, 2013
    i want to get good high yielding pomegranate plants from reputed nursery in india, my address, srihaRI NAIDU.8 244 anam lalitha lay out opp.SBI.NAGARI PO,CHITTOOR DT AP pin 517590
  • bakul said on September 6, 2013
    Hello, I am bakul from kutch, gujarat. can I start pomegranates farm in this area ? This area is suitable for this or not I don't know. Please guide if possible what is best way for farming. Thank u
  • sunil said on October 8, 2013
    we have 7 acres of land at chittorgarh dist,in Rajasthan lime reach black soil land, Rain fall average 500 mm . we wanted to plant pomegranate? Whether is it suitable for this crop? Where can we get the suitable / best quality plants near by. what are the major threat to pomegranate farming(diseases, birds, climate, pests.. etc). Marketing y information etc., Please advise.
  • Bhausaheb Shirsath beginner adviser said on October 12, 2013
    To All Pomegranate Cultivators / Farmers. For Pomegranate Cultivation Variety suitable to climatic conditions, Water Quality, How to Plant the Pomegranate? How to Care Pomegranate Tree? Which diseases to affects on pomegranate plants? how to increase the Productivity of Pomegranate? How to produce Quality fruit of Pomegranate? How to irrigate pomegranate. Number of Querries with related to pomegranate farming please call 09689644799/ 09420853276 for further technical Guide line thanks & Regards B. Shirsath

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  • shuchi beginner adviser said on October 15, 2013
    I am running a plant nursery. Anybody needed wonderful variety of pome plant can contact me at 9829018171.

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  • rahul said on October 23, 2013
    can i grow Pomegranate in black soil.
  • valerian said on October 23, 2013
    i have 2 acre land at karkala udupi district, heavy rain fall in the months of june october, can i grow pomegranate here ? please let me know, if yes , where will i get the plants ?
  • NILESH JADHAV said on October 26, 2013
    We have our own pomegranate farm of BHAGWA variety , we produces bulk quantity of pomegranate plants by gutti method. If anybody want the plants please do contact on below address: mail id : ayush.nursery2005@gmail.com, mobile : 9922679497 [ Pune - Maharashtra ]
  • BIJU said on October 31, 2013
    I advise all of you to get Bagwa tissue culture plants of JAIN IRRIGATION, do their drip irrigation, their dealers and agronomist guide you. They will purchase fruit from you also for making juice for export and huge shortage. Others just cheat. Profit is about 7 to 8 lakhs per acre after 2 years.
  • mukund patel said on November 2, 2013
    I wish to farm pomegranate in my 2 hectare farmland located In north gujarat region having black soil . Will it suitable .please get me detail
  • Bir bahadur Gurung said on November 6, 2013
    I have started pomegranate farming in 1 hectare land in western hilly region of Nepal. I want to know what are the disease that are most likely to happen in this trees and its precautions. You can mail me at birnippon@gmail.com. I'd like to see from you soon.
  • sanjay poudel said on November 16, 2013
    I am planning of establishing a pomegranate farm on 2 hec land on Chitwan , NEPAL. Summer temp ranges from 82-104 f while during winter it ranges from 59-76 f.. soil type:sandy loam. high humidity during fruit development period .. lend me some information about the likely varieties at my region & some essential growing tips as well as likely threatening diseases & pest on punica spp farm , thanks
  • chandru said on November 25, 2013
    Can I grow pomegranate in black soil.....
  • Venugopal Reddy beginner adviser said on November 29, 2013
    Hi friends, I am living in Davangere Karnataka. I am advising many people on cultivation of Pomegranate, Papaya and bananas. And also I am an experienced adviser for number of companies those who are in this line of activities. If any body requires my assistance can call me on 9986656155 on paid basis.

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  • c sinha said on December 6, 2013
    can i do pomegranate cultivation in Raigad district Maharashtra as it receives high rainfall
  • vinayak patil said on December 6, 2013
    please suggest pomegranate plantation period & variety.
  • amita shah said on December 12, 2013
    We are based in Gujarat and are planning to switch from Tobacco to Pomegranate farming. Could you please provide information about the cultivar suited for Gujarat climate? Should we try different varieties on a pilot basis?
  • KISHOR TAMRAKAR said on December 19, 2013
    Hi, I am from udayapur district of Nepal. I am the president of Nawa udaya saving and credit co-operative ltd. we want to start the farming sector from our co-opertive and on researching from the google i come to know about the pomegranate farming and i think it the future market of nepal, So please help us for the farming . i have know much more about the farming but want to know how to get the best plant for plantation and the possible risk of the business .
  • NILESH JADHAV said on December 24, 2013
    We have bulk quantity of pomegranate plants of bhagwa variety produced by gutti method in our own pomegranate farm. If anybody require the plants please do contact on below address: mail id : ayush.nursery2005@gmail.com, mobile : 9922679497 [ Pune - Maharashtra ]
  • MUNISWAMY.B.K said on December 26, 2013
    hi, i am from a village in Pavagada Talluku, Tumkur District Karnataka, I expect a very good Export Quality Pomegranate Crop in the month of july -august 2014, can any one kindly provide Pomegranate Exporters Details along with average price details. Regards
  • irshad sheikh said on December 29, 2013
    Hi, sir i have purchase a 10 acre land in manmad in nagpur, and i am planting bhagwa variety of pomegranate farming, but i have no idea in pomegranate farming so please get me detail, Your advise is greatly appreciated.....
  • Sridhar S S; +91-9686451987/9448803726 said on January 8, 2014
    Hi friends, Sridhar from Bangalore. We are looking for Good, regular Pomegranate suppliers; Right now the requirement is 1-2 tons per week. If interested to get in touch with me. Thanks. Ph: +91-9686451987/9448803726, e-mail: shree@apx-international.com
  • Sathya Bokkasam said on January 22, 2014
    I am looking for a special variety of Medicinal Pomegranate plant. Basically this is a SOUR type of seeds fruit and not the regular sweet seeds variety. Can some body advice where I can source such Sour variety Pomegranate plants. I need about 100 plants immediately.
  • Pradip said on February 16, 2014
    neemktech@gmail.com. Pomegranates are an ancient fruit, with great culinary and health benefits. There is currently and for years to come more demand than supply. It is a relatively easy tree to look after. I am looking for investor partners and investor/work partners for this healthy and economically rewarding work and lifestyle.


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