Litchis are small, oval to roundish fruits of a Chinese tree called Litchi chinensis. These fruits have diverse uses and delicious taste. The Indian Litchi exporter exports tonnes of Litchis each year. Due to the various uses and benefits of these fruits, the Litchi export from India has been on a rise over the years. The export of Litchi from India is now a good business opportunity for local farmers and vendors to export their products and expand their business.
|Nutrients||Calories - 66 calories
Dietary Fiber - 1.3 g
Total Carbohydrate - 17 g
The Litchi exporter in India exports premium quality of Litchis to different countries in the world. Various varieties of Litchis are exported from India including Shahi, Swarna Roopa, China, Kasba so on and so forth. The Litchi export from India includes the following major varieties.
The Shahi variety of Litchis is one of the commercial cultivars cultivated in Muzaffarpur area of Bihar. It generally matures in the third week of May. The fruits are oval and oblong and conical in shape. It is a heavy bearing variety of litchis with large fruits. The average yield of this variety is around 90-100kg/tree.
The Swarna Roopa is a selection in litchi which was identified and released by CHES, Ranchi with high T.S.S and resistant to fruit cracking. This is the first variety of litchis developed in India.
The China variety of Litchis is commercially cultivated for table purpose in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. The variety is a semi-dwarf one with fruits ripening from the third week of May. The average yield of this variety is about 80-100 kg/tree. The fruits of this variety are generally medium-large in size.
The Kasba variety of Litchis is mostly grown in the eastern part of Bihar. The fruits of this variety are medium-large in size and heart-shaped. The litchis of this variety usually ripen during the first week of June. The average yield of this variety is around 80/100 kg/tree.
The tree of the Elachi variety is moderately vigorous and generally attains an average height of 5 to 6 m and spread of 6-7 m. The fruits of this variety are conical in shape and orange-red in color. This variety of lithics is usually cultivated for table purpose with an average yield of 50-60 kg/tree.
The Purbhi variety of Litchis is mostly grown for table purpose in the eastern part of Bihar. The fruits of this variety are medium-large in size and oblong-conical in shape. These fruits usually ripen at the end of May or first week of June. The average yield of this variety is around 90-100 kg/tree.
The Early Seedless variety is one of the earliest varieties of Litchis. It is mainly grown for table purpose and processing in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. It is a medium to a poor-yielding variety of Litchis but bears regularly. The yield of this variety is around 50-60 kg/tree.
The Rose Scented variety of Litchis is commercially cultivated for table purpose in Muzaffarpur, Bihar. This variety is famous for its distinct rose aroma. Rose Scented is a mid-season variety that starts ripening in the first week of June. The average yield of this variety is around 80-90 kg/tree.
The Bombai variety is an important commercial variety cultivated for table purpose in West Bengal. The trees of this variety are vigorous and attain an average height of about 6.7 m and spread 7-8 m. The average yield of this variety is around 80-90 kg/tree. The fruits of this variety are large in size and often obliquely heart-shaped.
The Calcutta variety is said to be the best of all the varieties grown in northern parts of India for table purpose. The average yield of this variety is around 80-100 kg/tree. Calcutta is a late-season variety and the fruits ripen generally in the last week of June. The fruits of this variety are large in size, oblong, with Tyrian rose colour and dark tubercles at maturity.
This variety of Litchis can be successfully cultivated even in hotter areas if provided protection from strong hot winds and provision for plenty of water for irrigation. The trees of the Late seedless variety are very vigorous and attain an average height of about 5.5 m and spread of 7.0m. The average yield of this variety is around 80-100 kg/ tree.
The Dehra Dun variety is mainly grown for table purpose in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab. It is a late-season variety and the fruits start ripening generally in the third week of June. The fruit yield of this variety is around 80-90 kg/tree. The fruits of Dehra Dun variety are medium in size, obliquely heart-shaped to conical and colour bright rose-pink at maturity
The Gulabi variety is an important variety cultivated for table purposes in North India. It is a late-season variety and fruit ripens in the fourth week of June. This variety bears profusely and regularly with 90-100 kg fruits/tree. The trees of this variety attain a height of about 6.0 m and spread of 7.0 m. The fruits of this variety are generally medium in size.
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