Jackfruit Trees

How to Grow Jack Fruit Plant When It Becomes Very Dry?

Deepali More added on October 27, 2014 | Answered

I plant jackfruit plant in my home but, due to some reason, I can't provide water for jackfruit plant so it's become very dry now. I want your help to grow that plant again. The plant comes from seed and it's 6 months old.

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Answered on October 28, 2014

Jack fruit is a plant that requires a lot of water, and if you can't provide that water, there's no alternative. Water is most basic to all plants, and plants that can't adapt to drought conditions simply won't grow where they don't get sufficient water. So, if you can't provide water, I would suggest that you look for other, more drought tolerant species, to grow. Here's more information on jack fruit: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/fruits/jackfruit-trees/growing-jackfruit-trees.htm
Also some information on drought tolerant plants: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/special/xeriscape/drought-tolerant-plants-for-nearly-any-landscape.htm

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