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Cempedak Fruits

About Cempedak Friut plants

Cempedak Friut plants Commonly known as cempedak is a species of tree in the familyMoraceae, and in the same genus. as Breadfruitm and Jackfruit.Unripe cempedak tastes starchy and bitter, and is not consumed raw. When cooked, however, the unripe fruit tastes like sweet potato. wood is good, very strong and durable, it is often used as lumber, furniture or materials to make a boat. the trees are large and shady, green grow 25 feet tall, topping out at around 25 feet.

                      The bark from the tree is used in the production of the yellow dye. This plant grows well in the tropical region. The trees are found only in areas that have no dry season. The trees need a maximum amount of water to grow. This fruit contains Ascorbic acid, enzymes, bioflavonoid and also rich in minerals & vitamins

                     Cempedak haves a rich vitamin A content which mainly helps to keeps the cornea of eye healthier and contains dietary fiber which is high enough to maintain digestive tract health. The bark of this contains used to prevents tumors and malaria and contains heteriflavon C used to eliminate the cause of malaria parasites. Now Cempadak fruit plants in Kerala available.


Mature Height:   20 m.
Mature Width:   20-25 ft.
Sunlight:   Full Sun
Spacing:   30 ft. x 30 ft.
Growth Rate:   Moderate
Drought Tolerance:   Good
Harvest Time:   various
Fruit Color:   Yellow
Year to Bear:   4 years
Chill Hours:   45°F and 34°F
Botanical Name:   Artocarpus




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Cempedak berkemungkinan besar berasal dari negera-negera di Asia Tenggara. Ia didapati hidup dengan baik di Malaysia, Thailand dan Singapura.



Nangkadak is a combination of superior jackfruit fruit Cempedak combines the advantages of two different kinds and minimize the weaknesses is a strategy to be superior in this aspect of innovation.


Perak Chambian

Perak's biggest exporters of the fruit, which is more succulent and less fibrous than nangka, another jackfruit variant. He has been cultivating cempedak (Artocarpus champeden) trees for 18 years, with varieties like a seedless cempedak, a durian-fragrant cempedak, and the luscious “Perak champion”.