What is Mrig Bahar in Guava?

What is Mrig Bahar in Guava?

‘Mrig Bahar ‘ can also be spelled as ‘Mrigh Bahar‘, and ‘मृग बहार, in Hindi’, is a type of bahar in Guava. It is an another flowering and fruiting season in Guava fruit-crops. Just like Ambe Bahar, it is related with the flowering and fruiting cycle in guava.

Mrig Bahar in Guava comes after Ambe Bahar. The flowering start in August – September and fruiting starts in Winter Fruits can be obtained till December and onwards.

Main article: Mrig Bahar in Guava

Topic: Mrig Bahar

General Info.: Mrig Bahar in Guava

Type – मृग बहार is a type of bahar in Guava.

Most Common Name – It is Mrig Bahar.

Phenomenon – It is phenomenon of tropical and sub-tropical regions.

POMOLOGY MOCK TEST

(1). Identification

The ways of identifying Ambe Bahar are as follows:

Time of FloweringJune-July to August – September
Time of FruitingNovember-December and onwards
Size of FruitBig.
QualityThe quality is very good.
TasteTest is very good.

*Guava is a Major Fruit Crop of India

(2). Crop Cycle

Flowering Season: Flowering starts from the month of June – July.

Fruiting Season: Fruiting can be seen during winter. Generally, fruiting starts from November. Fruits can be obtained from November to January – February.

(2.1). Flowering and Fruiting

As described in the earlier article, the guava tree produces three crop in a year.

Flowering: Flowering in seen during late rainy season.

Fruiting: Fruiting occurs in winter.

(2.2). Regions, and flowering and fruiting

No. of FloweringTime of Flowering of Mrig BaharRegion/State
Only 1 Flowering SeasonsSep. – Oct.West Bengal
Only 2 Flowering SeasonsOctoberWestern and Southern India
3 Flowering SeasonsAug. – Sep.North India

(2.3). The formation of fruit

12 days after flowering.

(2.4). Growth of guava Fruit

PhaseVarietyDays
Phase 01*Allahabad Safeda
*Sardar
*50+00.
*40+00.
Phase 02*Allahabad Safeda
*Sardar
*50+5 to 80+5.
*40+5 to 80+5.
Phase 03*Allahabad Safeda
*Sardar
*80 to 120+5.
80+5 to 130.
Total Duration*Allahabad Safeda
*Sardar
*140.
*130.

Also Read: Litchi Cultivation Practice

(3). Characteristics

  • Fruiting is excellent, and it is very good.
  • Fruits are delicious, and are tasty in eating.
  • Over all fruit quality is very good.
  • Fruit size is big.
  • Generally, fruits are free from insect-pests attack.
  • Market acceptance is very good, and it is desirable.

(4). Pests of Mrig Bahar

(4.1). Insect of Mrig Bahar

  • Fruit fly: No damage.
  • Guava mealy scale: The attack of Chloropulvinaria psidii can be seen during active shoot  growth stage or flowering stage.

(4.2). Disease of Ambe Bahar

  • Fruit rot: No fruit rot.

Also Read: Citrus Diseases and Control

(5). Crop Regulation

Crop regulation in quava is a necessary step. It is very important for the success of a commercial guava orchard. It is practiced before the flowering in Mrig Bahar and followed annually.

The crop regulation practice in guava has been described in previously written post. Here, you can see the screen shot of that post in which the crop regulation in guava  was described….

Ref. 01

(6). Comparison Between Mrig Bahar and Ambe Bahar

…..Mrig BaharAmbe Bahar
Fruit Growth PeriodLoger than Ambe baharShoter
Fruit SizeBigger than Ambe BaharSmaller
QualityVery goodVery poor
RipeningTake longer than Ambe BaharTake shorter time
Disease AttackLessMore
Insect AttackLessMore

(7). Important Points

  • Training
  • Pruning.

Training

Guava should be trained in single stem 3 – 4 feet above the ground level.

Pruning

Diseased branches are removed.
Diseased twigs are cut. Crisscrossed small branches are cut.

Also Read: Wild Cashewnut

(8). Questions and Answers

Question 01. Fruits of which bahar are poor in quality?

Answer: Fruits of ambe bahar are considered as best quality alava fruit.

Quetion 02. Why do a farmer requires crop regulation?

Answer: Rainy season fruits are very poor in quality. This also affects upcoming crop, and to avoid this, crop regulation is necessary so that best quality fruits can be obtained.

Last Updated: 17-04-2021.


Numerical/Statistical Data Reference

1. Bal. J. S. (2013). Fruit growing. Kalyani Publishers, New Delhi- 110 002, India.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *