Monday, September 22, 2014


Mangosteen is a fruit crop in the form of well-native tree well-shaded from the tropical forests in Southeast Asia, namely Malaysia situs judi poker online terbaik terpercaya or Indonesia jungle. In Southeast Asia, this plant spreads to the region of Central America & other tropical regions such as Sri Lanka, Malagasy, Caribbean, Hawaii & Northern Australia. In Indonesia, the mangosteen has been given many names such as manggu local (West Java), Manggus (Lampung), Manggusto (North Sulawesi), Manggista (West Sumatra).

2 TYPES OF CROP Mangosteen
Botanical classification of the mangosteen tree is as follows:

     Division: Spermatophyta
     Sub-division: Angiospermae
     Class: Dicotyledonae
     Family: Guttiferae
     Genus: Garcinia
     Species: Garcinia L

Research Center for Fruit Tree Solok recommend three clones mangosteen, namely:

     Large groups: leaf length> 20 cm; width> 10 cm; rind thickness> 9 mm; diameter of> 6.5 cm; fruit weight> 140 grams; fruit bunches per 1 item.
     Groups are: leaves 17-20 cm long; width from 8.5 to 10 cm; skin thickness of 6-9 mm; diameter of 5.5 to 6.5 cm; weight of 70-140 grams; 1-2 bunches of fruit each item.
     Small groups: leaf length <17 cm; Agen Judi Poker, Domino Online Indonesia Terpercaya width <8.5 cm; rind thickness <6 mm; diameter of <5.5, cm; fruit weight <70 grams; Every fruit bunches> 2 items. Well-developed clones are MBS1, MBS2, MBS3, MBS4, MBS5, MBS6 & MBS 7.


Post a Comment