Dragon Fruit

These fruits are commonly known in English as “dragon fruit”, reflecting its vernacular Asian names. These include the Malay buah naga (lit. dragon fruit), the Khmer sror kaa neak (dragon scale), the Thai kaeo mangkon (dragon crystal), the Lao maak manggohn, the Vietnamese thanh long (green dragon), and the Chinese huǒ lóng guǒ (fire dragon fruit) or lóng zhū guǒ (dragon pearl fruit). Other vernacular names are strawberry pear or nanettika fruit. Pitahaya-producing cacti of the genus Hylocereus are originally native to Mexico, and they were also transplanted to Central America and to other parts of the world. Currently, they are also cultivated in East Asian and Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia, Thailand, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Indonesia and more recently Bangladesh. They are also found in Okinawa, Hawaii, Israel, northern Australia, southern China and in Cyprus.

Fertilizer Application for Dragon Fruit is based on individual crop and according to the age of the crop. Diversatech Fertilizer suggest different type of fertilizer to boost crop yield and this suggestion is based on our Research and Development of our product.

60g

CRF/SRF

6x Per Year

10:10:10:2 + 5% Mikronutrien

100g

ORGANIC (JITU)

12x Per Year

300g

CRF/SRF

3x Per Year

10:6:20:2 + 5% Mikronutrien

500g

ORGANIC (JITU)

3x Per Year

200g

CRF/SRF

6x Per Year

10:6:20:2 + 5% Mikronutrien

500g

ORGANIC (JITU)

6x Per Year