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Similar to marang, the pulp is very tasty, without the strong aroma of the marang. The seeds are also edible and eaten like peanuts. The fruit is hairy and looks like a giant rambutan, orange and hairy. The pulp is white and very sweet. Some say that Pedalai is the most tasty of all Artocarpus. Strictly tropical, requires a humid and humid climate.
Other names: gumihan, terap bulu
Common name: Pedalai
Tree grown in Hawaii
Artocarpus sericicarpus Artocarpus sericicarpus Artocarpus sericicarpus Artocarpus sericicarpus
Pedalai is a very large evergreen rainforest tree that can reach 35 meters tall or more
The fruit is locally valued and is often harvested in the wild. The tree is grown in the Philippines for its edible fruit
Southeast Asia - Indonesia, Philippines.
Evergreen forest, usually at altitudes up to 300 meters, but sometimes up to 900 meters
the size 30.00 m
Cultivation status Cultivated, wild
Details of the culture
A plant in the humid tropics
Prefers deep, well-drained soil
Young plants need shade, but they need more and more light as they mature
Fruit - raw. Sweet, juicy and aromatic
The soft and creamy flesh is easy to eat, the segments adhering to the central core when the skin is
The round, bright orange fruit is similar to marang (A. odoratissimus), but has a superior flavor with firmer flesh, slightly larger segments with less aroma
Seed - boiled, roasted or fried
Considered one of the tastiest seeds of its kind
Seed - best sown as soon as it is ripe. The seed germinates better at a temperature of 24 - 27c
Root cuttings. Aerial stratification.