Sugar syrup for good yield of jackfruit
Though jackfruit trees grow well in some areas, fruit yield can be disappointing. In order to improve the fruit yield, we can try a simple trick.
- Dig four holes with a diameter of 15 cm (6 inch) and a depth of one-foot on four sides of the flowerbed of the tree.
- While digging the holes, leave a space of two feet from the trunk.
- Be careful not to cut the root of the tree while digging.
- Dissolve 1.5 kg sugar in water. This is sufficient for two trees.
- Pour it down in the holes twice in a gap of two weeks.
The sugar is dissolved as the sugar grains are likely to be eaten by ants. When sugar syrup was applied as an experiment in the month of October, it yielded good results.
If the jackfruits trees on house compounds do not bear fruit, try this sugar syrup for a good yield.