Common Name: Chikoo, Botanical Name: Manilkara zapota. In India, chiku is cultivated for fruits which are liked all over the country. The fruit is a fleshy berry, variable in shape, size and weight (75-150g). The skin is thin, rusty brown and the pulp soft, melting, with 1-5 hard, black seeds.
The fruit is a good source of digestible sugar (12-18%) and an appreciable source of protein, fat fibre ad minerals, Calcium and Iron. The plant will be packed with utmost care to avoid drying during shipping. However, we can not guarantee the survival of the plant.