Balaji Lemon Plant - Santhi Online Plants Nursery - Online plants store
Balaji Lemon Plant - Santhi Online Plants Nursery - Online plants store
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Balaji Lemon

(2 customer reviews)

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Botanical Name: Citrus Lemon 

Family: Rutaceae

Origin: America

Maximum Height: Can grow up to 8 Feet

Plant Type: Tiny shrub cum tree 

Blooming Period: Flowering occurs twice a year (Spring & Rainy)

Fruiting Time: Begins from 1.5 to 2 years after planting. (July/September/November/January) are the most fruitful months.

1531 in stock

SKU: GHG25 Category:

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Balaji Lemon Plant

Buy the Balaji lemon plant online from Santhi online plants nursery’s best shop website.

Balaji Lemon is widely used for both culinary and non-culinary reasons all over the world. With a pleasing aroma, tongue tickling electrifying juice, Balaji Lemon is packed with numerous health benefits. 

Both the pulp and the rind of Balaji Lemon can be crushed, dry-powdered, condensed, and diluted in water to serve as an ingredient in cooking, and baking.  It also helps in greasiness, lice, and dandruff removal from hair as well as the removal of blemishes, darkness, and warts from the skin. Its juice is a natural body coolant to beat hot summer and extends its role in preserving certain culinary items, especially homemade vinegar, and pickles. The juice extracted constitutes about 5% to 6% citric acid and has a pH of around 2.2, giving it a sour flavor. 

Balaji Lemon is a thunderclap boon for our emotional and physical wellness from top to bottom be it leaves, pulp, rind, juice, seed, stem, or roots, are employed in Indian traditional medicine while the exalting sour flavor makes it a popular constituent in drinks and meals. Balaji Lemon can be sowed and could be grown in the minimal wetland.

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Growing Suggestions  The crop can be grown at temperatures ranging from 15 to 35 degrees Celsius. Pruning isn't necessary for the fruit-bearing trees. Sick, wounded, or drooping branches, dead timber, should be removed on a regular basis. Regular farming or gardening is a must during summer and occasional for rest of the season. However, to produce healthy fruits, regular watering is suggestible. Inadequate or excessive water may result flower or fruit drop or plant’s decay. Before watering, check the top 2-inch layer of soil for dryness. It necessitates more frequent watering on windy and hot days. Micronutrients (zinc, copper, manganese, iron, boron, and molybdenum) must be consumed in large amounts. It should be given as a foliar spray. The use of organic mulch around the basin improves the quality of the fruit and keeps the environment moist. To produce healthy fruits, citrus varieties need to be watered on a regular basis. Giving it too much or too little water might cause flower and fruit drop, as well as the death of the plant. Before watering, check the top 2-inch layer of soil for dryness. It necessitates more frequent watering on windy and hot days. Micronutrients (zinc, copper, manganese, iron, boron, and molybdenum) must be consumed in large amounts. It should be given as a foliar spray. The use of organic mulch around the basin improves the quality of the fruit and keeps the environment moist. Applying two sprays of growth regulators- 2,4 D (15 ppm.) or GA3 (15 ppm.) together with Benomyl (1000 ppm.) and urea (1 percent) at the time of flowering and after fruit set can control fruit drop in citrus in the early stages of fruit development. In monsoon and damp conditions, never prune the plants.

Fertilizer: Once every three months, apply organic fertilizer. Even in a pot/direct soil, when direct sunlight is accessible, it is simple to grow. Plants should be supported with bamboo sticks and irrigated thoroughly soon after planting.

Citrus species thrive in humid tropical and subtropical climates. The pH of your water should be between 5.5 and 6.5. If the acidity is too high, lime must be used to bring it down to the proper level. When planting, keep in mind that the bud-joint should always be above the ground level.

2 reviews for Balaji Lemon

  1. Harsh Baisoya

    Good to see all the healthy from santhi

  2. Manikandan M

    Good Balaji Lemon plant

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