Bergamot Saplings, the main home of the bergamot plant, a citrus variety, is Asia. Bergamot sapling is a very good alternative to citrus fruit in economic terms. Therefore, Bergamot sapling cultivation has started to spread gradually and become a sector.
Because bergamot fruit is a fruit that has a long shelf life. A Bergamot sapling is beginning to yield fruit within a maximum of 3 years after the planting phase. And a bergamot nesting in the crop yields approximately 100-150 kilograms of fruit.
Greyfurter is a very good alternative. It is estimated that Bergamot sapling is grown around 45 acres in the province of Tarsus in our country. The fruit of the Bergamot sapling is also economically quite good.
Bergamot sapling is a tree not only for its fruit, but also for its benefit from its shell, leaf and flower. The bergamot sapling has the largest fruit among citrus, hard, sour and sweet, easily separable into slices, seeded, surface-roasted and citrus.
The fruit of the bergamot sapling is a fruit that resembles a greenish and yellow-colored arm. In addition, fruits grown in bergamot seedlings reinforce capillary vessels by showing the effect of P vitamins due to a glycoside named heperidine