Penang durian in Malaysia will be available at the end of the month, and the production season will be extended to September

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Published Apr 13, 2024

Tridge summary

Balik Pulau in Penang, known for its fertile soil and ideal geographical conditions, is gearing up for a promising durian season expected to start at the end of the month and potentially extend to September due to an unusually high flower count on trees this year. The region, famous for producing high-quality durians such as Black Thorn, Musang King, and Red Prawn, faces a challenge from the hot weather, which could affect growth and quality if the trees do not receive enough water. Plantations are currently busy with pre-harvest fertilization to ensure the trees are well-nourished.
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Original content

Balik Pulau has excellent soil and geographical conditions, and there are many durian plantations. The best durian in Penang is produced here, with rich aroma and good taste, including popular varieties such as Black Thorn, Musang King, and Red Prawn. A grower said that the durian season will start at the end of this month, and the early production is still relatively low, and the production season will be fully launched in May. This year, the durian trees have bloomed a lot more than in previous years. In the past, the flowering period of this season has ended, but now many trees are still in the flowering stage. The number of flowers is almost twice that of previous years. It is expected that this year will not only usher in a bumper harvest, but also extend the production season to September. Currently, many plantations are busy with pre-harvest fertilization to meet the nutrient needs of fruit trees. However, the hot weather in the local area poses a challenge to the growth of ...
Source: Foodmate
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