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Avocado trees thrive in regions with a warm, tropical to subtropical climate. They prefer temperatures between 20°C to 30°C and require protection from frost and extreme heat.

Avocado cultivation is well-suited for regions like Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, and parts of Goa.

Yes, avocados can be grown from seeds, but it's recommended to use grafted avocado plants for more reliable and faster fruit production. Avocado trees grown from seeds can take 5 to 13 years to produce fruit. Grafted trees typically start fruiting in 3 to 4 years.

Some popular avocado varieties for Indian cultivation include Hass, Reed, Pusa Purple, Pollock, and Bacon.

The best time to plant avocado trees in India is during the monsoon season or just before it, to ensure adequate moisture for the young tree's establishment.

Yes, avocados can be grown in plain or flat land, provided that the climate and soil conditions are suitable for avocado cultivation. Avocado trees can be adapted to a variety of terrains, including plains, as long as the following conditions are met: Suitable climate, Soil fertility, Irrigation, Protection and Variety selection.
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