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Description for Kagzi Nimboo, Kagzi Lemon
Lime is popular for its beautiful appearance and pleasing flavour and for its excellent food qualities. Lime does not edible in the same manner as the other Citrus species.
Planting and care
Pits of 60 x 60 x 60 cm. dug & filled with 25 kg FYM + 1.5 kg SSP + 2 kg castor cake +50 g BHC + soil. Planting should be done at the spacing of 6 x 6 m. in monsoon.
Caring for Kagzi Nimboo
- Citrus can grow well in wide range of soils. Soil properties like soil reaction, soil fertility, drainage, free lime and salt concentrations, etc. are some important factors that determine the success of citrus plantation.
- Weeding & hand digging.
- Protection against winds & frost.
- Avoid pruning at the time of bearing trees.
Summer, winter, Rainy season
Typical uses of Kagzi Nimboo
Special features: Lime is a good source of Vitamin- C (62.9 mg/100 ml), Vitamin- B1, Vitamin- B2 and minerals like Calcium (90 mg /100 ml), Phosphorus (20 mg/100 ml) and Iron (0.3 mg/100 ml).
Culinary use: Kagzi lemon use for fresh fruit as well as pickle purpose. It's also useful for making juice, RTS, Squash.
Ornamental use: The plant is used for ornamental purpose.
Medicinal use: Kagzi lemon is rich in vitamin C, minerals and salts.
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A nice plant
Thank you Nurserylive for such nice live plants collection
M vry hapy wid d plants..... its so b ful ...... just want to know how often have to sprinkle water in it..
Dose u give instructions on how to maintain them??
This plant can be grown anywhere in the house in?indirect sunlight.