Amla/Aonla(Phyllanthus emblica); Euphorbiaceae

BSR 1, Goma Aiswarya, Banarasi, NA 7, Krishna, Kanchan, Chakaiya,

Amla is a sub tropical plant and prefers dry climate. Hardy plant, it can be grown in
varied soil conditions. Tolerates salinity and alkalinity

Softwood grafting and patch budding

Plant during July – August with a spacing of 6 m x 6 m in pits of 1 m x 1 m x 1 m or 1.25
m x 1.25 m x 1.25 m.

Irrigate the plants initially for establishment. No irrigation is required during rainy and
winter season. Drip irrigation is appropriate with water saving of 40-45%.

Manures and Fertilizers Bearing tree (kg)
FYM 10.00
N 0.20
P 0.50
K 0.20

Manuring to be given immediately after pruning.

The main branches should be allowed to appear at a height of 0.75-1 m above the
ground level. Plants should be trained to modified central leader system. Two to four branches
with wide crotch angle, appearing in the opposite directions should be encouraged in early
years. During March – April, prune and thin the crowded branches to provide maximum fruit
bearing area in the tree.

Gall caterpillar  Cut the infected apices
Bark eating caterpillar  Clear the affected portion and apply a few drops of
kerosene in holes to keep this in control.

Ring Rust or Aonla Rust
 Spray mancozeb @ 0.2% at an interval of 7 to 28 days during July to September
Fruit Rot / Bird’s eye spot
Foliar spray copper oxychloride @ 2.5g/lit at flowering stage and post harvest
treatment of fruits with borax or NaCl at 20g/lit to control this disease.

100 kg / tree annually