Scientific India|May - June 2020
Jamun is a hardy crop and can be grown evenon neglected and marshy areas where other fruits trees cannot be grown successfully. In India it is cultivated in an unorganized manner, therefore, consolidated information regarding its area and production is not available. However, in a very recent report it is mentioned that India ranks second and contributes about 15.4% of total world production i.e. 13.5 Mt. Maharashtra is the largest jamun producing state followed by Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Assam and others.
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May - June 2020