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Bearing habit of fruit trees

 On the basis of position of flower buds and bearing habit the fruit trees are of following types:
  •             Terminal fruit bud develops to inflorescence without leaves for example in mango and loquat.
  •             Terminal fruit bud develops to leafy shoots with axillary flowers or flower clusters for example in guava.
  •            Terminal fruit bud develops to leafy shoots terminating in flower clusters for example in apple and pear.
  •            Lateral fruit bud develops to flowers without any leaves for example in citrus, papaya, date, coconut, plum, peach, almond, and cherry.
  •            Lateral fruit bud develops to leafy shoots with axillary clusters of flower for example ber, avocado, mulberry, and persimmon.
  •            Lateral fruit bud develops to leafy shoots termination in flower cluster for example grapes, cashew nut, raspberry, and blackberry.
  •            Both terminal and lateral fruit buds are present but terminal fruit bud develops to inflorescence for example in walnut.
  •             Adventitious fruit bud on stem develops to inflorescence or flower for example in cocoa and jack fruit. 

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