Yellowwood Nursery, Dindigul Mahogany Plant Sapling Wholesale Price & Mandi Rates

Mahogany Saplings

Our large selection of mahogany saplings at Yellow Wood Nursery comes in a variety of sizes. You can either place an order or come to our nursery and pick them up personally. For wholesale mahogany saplings, contact us. We deliver mahogany saplings trees all over south India. Please speak with our team for expert help and advice, and inquire about our beautiful mahogany trees!

Specialties of Mahogany Trees
The forest mahogany's magnificent dark foliage and big spherical crown are prominent features, especially in those growing in open areas. The tall main stem grows to impressive heights of up to 35 m., with a relatively straight and sometimes buttressed habit and a diameter of up to 1.8 m. On older specimens, the grey bark is smooth in texture but rough and segmented around the base of the main stem. Mahogany trees thrive in part to full sun. The mahogany tree has a lot of medical benefits.

Key Benefits of Growing Mahogany Plants in India

  • Improved blood circulation.
  • Blood sugar control (seeds).
  • An insect repellent (Powder)
  • Decrease the risk of Type 2 diabetes (Seed powder)
  • For women's menstruation. (Powder of seeds)
  • For sexual dysfunctions (Sky fruits)
  • Preventing a loss of appetite (Sky fruits)
  • Antioxidants are used to combat free radicals.
  • Reducing fat accumulation in the bloodstream.
  • Helps to lower cholesterol and strengthen the immune system.
  • Takes seed supplements to improve health.

Popular Questions About Mahogany Saplings

  •   Keep an eye on the tree for any signs of infection. While mahogany trees are rarely infected with illnesses, necktie infection can arise when the tree is stressed or harmed.
  •   Look for discolored bark around the tree's branches, especially where they meet the trunk. The discoloration might transform into little cream-colored to reddish cankers on the surface of the bark as the fungal illness proceeds. These bumps will keep growing and will eventually damage entire branches or trees.
  •   The most effective technique to save a mahogany tree infested with nutria is to cut out the affected wood. You could also use a fungicide to treat the tree, although fungicides don't always work on this type of infection.

  Give plenty of space for the tree
Plant the tree at least 15 feet (4.57 m) away from any significant structure or residence. It should also be at least 8 feet (2.43 m) away from sidewalks, roads, or driveways. Because mahogany trees have big branches and extensive roots, proper spacing is essential. In India, trees grow from 60 to 80 feet in 10 to 12 years, at a rate of 3 to 4 feet each year. It grows at a rapid rate as compared to other trees.

Check the soil
It should avoid heavy clay soils and duplex soils. They thrive in neutral soils and can survive in highly acidic soils but not in alkaline soils. Sphagnum peat, Ammonium nitrate fertilizer, Sulfur coated urea, or Agricultural Sulfur can be used to improve naturally alkaline soil.

  Water the tree regularly
Once a week, water the soil around the tree with a garden hose, delivering just enough water to create visible moisture on the soil's surface. It may not require additional watering during rainy seasons. During unusual droughts, on the other hand, you may need to increase your watering plan from once to twice a week. The goal is to maintain the soil moist at all times, regardless of the weather. When mahogany trees are young and have not yet established themselves, consistent water supplies are crucial. Fully mature trees may withstand some drought without dying, but dry spells may cause them to shed their leaves early in the season.

  Fertilize your lawn thrice a year
In the spring, summer, and fall, apply fertilizer to the tree. For optimal results, use a balanced powdered fertilizer. For yearly maintenance, the same fertilizer is used at the time of planting can be used. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium should all be in identical amounts in the fertilizer. Follow the instructions on the fertilizer's label for application. Instead of distributing the fertilizer over the earth's surface, mix it into the soil around the tree for the best effects.

  Trimming young monogyny tree
Regular cutting during the first two to eight years of a tree's life can assist in regulating the tree's height and spread. Examine the placement of the limbs and the distance between them. The healthiest mahogany trees will have a central trunk or core leader with multiple evenly spaced significant limbs. These limbs will expand to be at least 2 feet (61 cm) apart as the tree matures, if not more. Aside from the center trunk, trim away any erect leaders. These upward-growing limbs might damage the tree by making it more difficult to withstand heavy winds and storms. Remove any branches that grow greater than two-thirds of the core trunk's diameter, these kinds of limbs.

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Mahogany Saplings

Mahogany's wood has a 100-year life span. It takes 25 years for a mahogany tree to reach maturity.

If the temperature drops below 39 degrees Fahrenheit, plant a mahogany.

Other Indian Mahogany species include Swietenia humilis, Swietenia candollei, Swietenia fabrilis, Swietenia mahagoni, and Swietenia macrophylla.

Make sure that the hole is dug to a dimension of 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 ft. Fill the hole with organic materials.

Applying just enough water to the soil's surface to provide visual moisture. Additional watering may not be required during rainy seasons.

India Mahogany may be found almost everywhere in India. It's also found in India's Thattekkad Wildlife Sanctuary, Kaziranga National Park, and J.B. Corbett National Park. If you require Mahogany plant saplings, please feel free to contact Yellow Wood Nursery, South India for wholesale delivery throughout India at a reasonable price.