Butter fruit grafting


 Avocado Botanically known as Persea americana from Lauraceae family. Common name are Avocado, Alligator Pear & Butter Fruit. It is medium to big size evergreen tree with fast growing habit. The fruit has oily, buttery pulp, rich in vitamins A, B and E, as well as potassium. Avocado are commercially valuable…



It blooms from November to December. It is prized for its high nutrition value and is added to various dishes for its good flavor and rich texture. It needs watering once / twice a week. Rich in nutrients

Good for the heart. Great for vision, Helps to prevent cancer, helps in digestion and natural detoxification

Avocado fruits have greenish or yellowish flesh with a buttery consistency and a rich nutty flavor. They are often eaten in salads, and in many parts of the world, they are eaten as a dessert. Mashed avocado is the principal ingredient of guacamole, a characteristic saucelike condiment in Mexican cuisine.

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1.Avocado owing to its healthy fatty acids is also processed to produce a natural avocado oil.

2. Avocado oil is costlier than most other cooking oil, and the oil is used specifically for making salad dressing and dips.

3. The fruit is not so sweet and renders a subtle unique flavour with a velvety texture and is used to make a spectrum of savoury and sweet dishes like soup, salads, sushi rolls or omelettes to mention a few.

4. Avocado milkshakes, desserts and ice creams topped with butter fruit are very famous desserts in the Philippines, Brazil, Indonesia, Vietnam and Kerala (Southern India).

1. Water deeply and regularly, but let the tree dry out slightly between watering.
2. Hass avocado trees thrive in bright, direct, unfiltered sunlight. They need at least six hours of sunlight per day, but they can tolerate slight shade.
3. The plant will not tolerate wet soggy soil but needs well-drained soil


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