Kalapatti Sapota (All Season), It has dark green broad and also thick leaves. They are oblong/round, less seeded with a sweet mellow flesh of excellent quality and mild flavor. It is the leading variety in Maharashtra, Gujarat and North Karnataka. Fully grown tree yields
Sapota, popularly known in India as Chikoo. In India, it is cultivated for fruits that are liked all over the country. The tree can grow to a height of 30 meters high. A good reason to grow a Chiku tree is its excellent source of nutrition within the fruit, which is composed of fructose and sucrose and is rich in calories.
- The fruit is oval or oblong in shape and is about the size of a cricket ball. It typically weighs between 200-400 grams.
- The pulp inside is creamy and has a sweet, musky flavor, with a texture that is soft, juicy, and slightly grainy.
- Kalapatti Sapota is typically in All season.
•Rich in Vitamin A and C
•Source of Antioxidants
•Good for the Bones
•Controls Blood Pressure