Rambutan production in the modern system

Rambutan is a very interesting and very tasty fruit. Its birthplace is in Southeast Asia, Malaysia and Indonesia. It is also found everywhere in South China, Indochina, Philippines. Currently it is being successfully cultivated in Bangladesh. Bangladesh’s climate is favorable for this fruit. In the southern districts of Bangladesh, where the winter season is low, those areas are suitable for rambutan cultivation. The litchi looks like the fruit, although we have litter on the litchi, but there is a bearded section on the rambutan. That is why many people in our country call it hairy litchi or bearded litcho. Fruit white, transparent, acidic sweet-smelling shells are the edible part of this fruit.


Rambutan is a fruit rich in sugars and vitamins. 5 grams resulting in aqueous content of 12.5 percent, protein 5 percent, fat 5 percent and ash 8 percent. In addition, 2.5 grams of glucose, 5 grams of fructose, 1.5 grams of sucrose, 2.5 grams of fiber, 0.5 percent malic acid, 0.5 percent citric acid, 5 milligrams of vitamin C, 5 milligrams of calcium, 1.3- 2.5 mg of iron, 1 mg of potassium and 1 mg of magnesium are present.


Many varieties of delicious rambutan are cultivated in Southeast Asia. Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute recently invented a new breed of rambutan, Bari Rambutan-1. Its trees are large and shrubby. The color of ripe fruits is of the reddish-brown variety. Long thorns exist and are quite tall in nature. The meat is creamy, white, soft, juicy, flavorful and sweet. Its food consumption is about 5 percent. The flowers in this tree come in the spring, and bear fruit before Baishakh. Fruit can be harvested during the month of hearing. It is suitable for cultivation everywhere in Bangladesh. Read more karosala  cropping .

Climate and soil

The warm and humid climate favors Rambutan. Temperatures of 22 to 5 degrees are best for this plant. Rambutan cultivation is suitable for Ethel Doh-ash soil. However, the soil must be of well-trained type. The tree dies in waterlogging. The richness of the high organic material facilitates the growth and development of the root of the plant.

Dynasty expansion

Rambutan can grow easily in both the germ and the seed. However, it is better to pen the organic way to maintain the quality of the mother plant. Organic methods are spread mainly in three ways.

১. Buds,

  1. Aerial chess pens and

৩. Combined chess pen method.

Rootstub from 5 to 12 years of age by collecting dormant twigs from the branch and attaining good yields when added to the rootstock. The success rate in the combined chess pen is higher.

Making land

For the Rambutan, it is necessary to choose the Atel Doh-ash and the highly cultivated land. The fruit is made for this fruit.


At the time of planting

Mid-September to mid-October is the most appropriate time.


The method of planting

Plants need to be planted in square or hexagonal manner on flat ground. If hill land is to be done in Kantur system.


Rambutan with white shells


Made of mud

Each tree should have at least 5 meters spacing. The hole size will be 5m x 5m x 5m. Fill the hole with appropriate amount of organic fertilizer 3-20 days before planting the pen or seedlings. In this case, 25-5 kg ​​cow dung, 1 gram TSP, 5 gram mop, 20 grams gypsum and 1 gram zing sulphate should be well mixed and filled in the holes. If the soil becomes dry, water should be irrigated. Learn the potential of avocado cultivation .

Regulations on fertilizer application

Appropriate quantities of fertilizer should be applied regularly during the growing and growing of the tree. Below is a chart:

১. 2-3 years – cow manure 1-3 kg – urea 25 g – TSP 25 g – MOP 5 g

  1. 2-3 years – cow manure 8-20 kg – urea 1 gram – TSP 3 gram – MOP 5 gram

৩. 6-7 years – cow dung 25-22 kg – urea 1 gram – TSP 3 gram – MOP 5 gram

৪. 3-6 years – cow dung 25-5 kg ​​- urea 1 gram – TSP 120 gram – MOP 5 gram

৫. 3-5 years – cow dung 1-3 kg – urea 120 grams – TSP 3 grams – MOP 5 grams

৬. Above 6 years – Dung Fertilizer 3-5 kg ​​- Urea 1 gram – TSP 25 g – MOP 5 g

The amount of the said amount should be paid in triplicate. The first installment is at the end of harvesting or in Vadra, the second installment is at the beginning of winter and the last installment is in the month of Baishakh-Jyastiya, after the fruits have been harvested.


Weed suppression 

Weeding must be done regularly to ensure proper growth of the tree and obtain maximum fruit. Each month, the acne tree should be cut around. Ulughas cannot be allowed to grow around weeds.


Irrigation water

Rambutan is a drought-sensitive plant. Without regular watering, the tree may die. Water cannot be stored at the base of the tree. Irrigation water should be given 3-5 days after the dry season, especially in winter. Once the buds appear in the tree, once the fruit grows like a pea, it is important to give water once a day. The drained soil should be used so that water does not accumulate at the base of the tree during the monsoon. Learn more about Passion or Tang Fruit .



If not pruned, the rambutan tree will grow taller. For this reason, the tree should be pruned if the growth of the tree is small. As the tree grows and builds bushes to spread. After collecting the fruits, the flower buds have to be cut from the base, so that the new buds will grow faster.

Collecting fruit

In our country in the month of hearing this fruit is suitable for harvesting. Usually the fruit should start harvesting only if it has a reddish color. In order to get the appropriate market value, the fruits should be collected within 5-12 days of the reddish-brown color. Fruit is not good for many days after planting, can be spoiled very quickly. So you have to eat within a few days.

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