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Grow Your Own Delicious Fruit | Java Plum (Jamun) Tree - Syzygium cumini Plant for Sale

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Original price Rs. 499.00
Current price Rs. 399.00
Common name:
Jambolan, Malabar Plum, Java Plum
Regional name:
Marathi - Jambhul, Hindi - Jamun, Bengali - Jam, Gujrati - Jambu, Kannada - Nerale, Malayalam - Naval, Tamil - Neredam, Telugu - Neereedu, Urdu - Jaman.
Fruit Plants, Trees, Medicinal Plants
Myrtaceae or Jamun or Eucalyptus family

Introduction to Jamun Tree

  • Scientific name: Syzygium cumini
  • Common names: Jamun, Java plum, Black plum, Indian blackberry
  • Family: Myrtaceae
  • Origin: Native to India, Bangladesh, and Southeast Asia

Jamun Tree Plantation

  1. Choosing the right location: Jamun trees prefer a sunny spot with well-draining soil. They can tolerate partial shade but produce better fruit yields in full sun.
  2. Soil preparation: Jamun trees grow well in a wide range of soil types but prefer loamy, well-draining soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.5. Amend the soil with organic matter if needed.
  3. Planting: Plant young trees during the rainy season for best establishment. Dig a hole twice the size of the root ball, and ensure the tree is planted at the same depth as it was in the nursery pot.

Growing Jamun Tree

  1. Watering: Water regularly, especially during the first few years of growth. Mature trees are moderately drought-tolerant but benefit from consistent moisture.
  2. Fertilizing: Apply a balanced fertilizer during the growing season. Organic options such as compost or well-rotted manure can also be used.
  3. Pruning: Prune young trees to encourage a strong, open structure. Remove dead, diseased, or crossing branches. Mature trees require minimal pruning, mainly to maintain shape and remove damaged branches.

Jamun Tree Care

  1. Pest and disease management: Inspect the tree regularly for pests such as aphids and mealybugs. Use organic or chemical controls as needed. Monitor for fungal diseases and treat with fungicides if necessary.
  2. Mulching: Apply a layer of organic mulch around the tree to conserve moisture, suppress weeds, and regulate soil temperature.
  3. Harvesting: Jamun fruit typically ripens between June and August. Harvest when fruits are dark purple and slightly soft to the touch.

Benefits of Jamun Tree

  1. Medicinal properties: Jamun fruit and seeds have been used in traditional medicine to treat diabetes, digestive issues, and inflammation.
  2. Nutritional benefits: Jamun fruit is rich in vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and iron. It also contains antioxidants and fiber.
  3. Environmental benefits: Jamun trees help reduce soil erosion, improve air quality, and provide habitat for birds and other wildlife.
  4. Culinary uses: Jamun fruit can be consumed fresh, used in jams, juices, and desserts, or fermented to make wine or vinegar.