Shahtoot

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Shahtoot
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Mulberry (Morus spp.), is an economically important tree, is cultivated in China, India, Thailand, Brazil, Uzbekistan and other countries across the globe, for its leaves to feed monophagous mulberry silkworm (Bombyx mori). In India, it is cultivated on large scale in tropical, sub-tropical and temperate regions under irrigated conditions for silkworm rearing. Drought, low temperature, high salinity and alkalinity, being experienced in widespread areas, are the major abiotic stresses, causing a reduction in its potential foliage yield and quality.

Watering : It should be watered twice a week. Light : This plant needs 5-7 hours of direct exposure to sunlight which will stimulate the growth of the plant.

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Mulberry (Morus spp.), is an economically important tree, is cultivated in China, India, Thailand, Brazil, Uzbekistan and other countries across the globe, for its leaves to feed monophagous mulberry silkworm (Bombyx mori). In India, it is cultivated on large scale in tropical, sub-tropical and temperate regions under irrigated conditions for silkworm rearing. Drought, low temperature, high salinity and alkalinity, being experienced in widespread areas, are the major abiotic stresses, causing a reduction in its potential foliage yield and quality. To select the plant that can fit in containers can grow well as potted plants, that have reduced size, in terms of how they perform in a container and that fruit early. And one of the varieties of mulberries that we came across, is the

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