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Agricultural Science Digest, volume 22 issue 4 (december 2002) : 252 - 254


S.M. Ghawade, D.M. Panchbhai, B.J. Jad~a6, S.R. Katole, S.M. Dadmal
1All India Coordinated Research Project (T.F.) on Citrus, . Dr, P.D.K.V., Akola - 444104, India
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Cite article:- Ghawade S.M., Panchbhai D.M., Jad~a6 B.J., Katole S.R., Dadmal S.M. (2024). FLOWERING BEHAVIOUR OF KAGZI LIME (CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA,SWINGLE) UNDER SUB-HUMID TROPICAL CLIMATE. Agricultural Science Digest. 22(4): 252 - 254. doi: .
Studies on the parameters of flowering in 12 year old Kagzi lime trees during 1998–99 revealed that there were only two main flowering seasons, the first and the major one occurring in December-February and second one in June-July. Majority of the shoots that bore flowers were normal in vigour as measured in terms of length of shoot. The Kagzi lime bore flower mostly on lateral shoots and in the apical region of shoots.
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