litchi tree


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Noun1.litchi tree - Chinese tree cultivated especially in Philippines and India for its edible fruitlitchi tree - Chinese tree cultivated especially in Philippines and India for its edible fruit; sometimes placed in genus Nephelium
leechee, lichi, litchee, litchi nut, lychee, litchi, lichee - Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried
fruit tree - tree bearing edible fruit
genus Litchi - Chinese trees
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The litchi tree (Litchi chinensis, Sonn.) is an exotic plant from the Sapindaceae family, native from southern China and its fruits have excellent quality, pleasant taste and attractive color (Das & Prasad, 2014).
Eighteen year old litchi tree damaged by Aceria litchii (Acari: Eriophyidae); B.
Guests spend their nights in luxurious tented suites, where they can have a bath on their balconies (without being seen by anyone else) while they watch the river meander, and during the day they can enjoy a spa treatment or take a tour of the adjoining farm, which is filled with orchards of macadamia and litchi trees.
Rootstocks contributes to the root system and exert strong effect on the vigor of the propagated litchi trees. The first criterion for selection of rootstocks is the compatibility of the rootstock with the target cultivars.
Officials and experts of the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) as well as litchi growers are expecting an abundant production of the juiciest and fleshy fruit following excellent blossoming in the litchi trees this year.
A method to estimate the population level of Aceria litchi (Prostigmata: Eriophyidae) and a study of the population dynamics of this species and its predators on litchi trees in southern Brazil.
Menzel, CM, Haydon GF, Simpson DR (1992b) Mineral nutrient reserves in bearing litchi trees (Litchi chinensis Sonn.).
Three litchi trees were selected in an orchard and each was covered with a nylon-screen cage (3 x 3 x 3 m).
The HAM president had recently alleged that the Nitish had deployed more than two dozen policemen to stand guard around the mango and litchi trees to prevent his family, relatives and friends from plucking and eating the fruits.