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Lemon growers in Kyaukse happy with good sale of lemon fruits

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The lemon tree is a perennial plant that grows well in well-drained soils. If the lemon is well-planted, the plant will bear the fruits for nearly the whole year.

The lemon growers are quite happy with a good sale of lemon fruits in Kyaukse town, Mandalay region, said a local lemon grower.
The lemon tree is a perennial plant that grows well in well-drained soils. If the lemon is well-planted, the plant will bear the fruits for nearly the whole year. It is also a kind of plant that earns the growers a daily income because the yield is high, and the fruits can be sold almost every day.
“This time, there is hot weather, and the cold drink makers come to buy the lemon right in the farmland. I also sell the fruits in the market daily. The price of the lemon fruit is K100-150 per one depending upon the lemon size,” said Ko Thar, a lemon grower and seller from Tada Lae village.
Lemon is fresher and more fragrant. It is approximately 6 cm in diameter. Lemon is also used as an ingredient in cooking, and when used in drinks and sauces, it creates a fresh taste.
If lemon is grown, it should be planted 5 to 8 feet apart, depending on the soil type and sunlight. After growing the lemon tree, the extra weeds and twigs have to be cleared to improve tree growth. The growers need to take care of the tree, spraying the pesticide and fertilizer if it is necessary. There are two types of lemon plant, including the grafting plant. After eight months of grafting, the lemon plant will start to blossom. After one year, the tree can yield the fruits for selling the latter in the market. — Thet Maung (Kyaukse)/GNLM

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