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PPI-1 Jack: a new high yielding, regular bearing jack variety for Tamil Nadu

, : PPI-1 Jack: a new high yielding, regular bearing jack variety for Tamil Nadu. Madras Agricultural Journal 83(5): 310-312

PPI1, a new variety of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) derived as a clonal selection from the Kazhukupala type was released for general cultivation in Tamil Nadu. The variety is high yielding and comes to first fruiting in 5 years.

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