TYPE OF VANILLA PLANTATION 

Vanilla Pompana Scheide 

Vanilla Tahitiensis  



Vanilla Planifolia  


Vanilla plants have a wasting stem, green and have a limp and runny texture. In vanilla plant stems the length of the  segment usually has a length of 15cm in which each section is limited by a book or node. From these books also grow air roots, if the roots touch the ground, the roots will function as roots that absorb nutrient and water elements from the ground. 

Leaves in vanilla plants have long and thick ellipse shapes. Vanilla plant flowers have several parts, namely: Sari, pistil and rosttelum heads. Rosttelum is what separates the anthers from the pistil, thus inhibiting the occurrence of natural pollination.Vanilla fruit has a green color with a limp and watery texture that has a length ranging from 10-25cm and a diameter of 8-14mm.

VANILLA PLANT ECOLOGY  

Vanilla plants are able to grow well in areas with a height of 800m to 1000m above sea level.

Vanilla plants are able to live and grow in warm, humid, tropical climate with regular rainfall and not excessive.

The optimal temperature for the growth of vanilla plants is at 21-31 C which if averaged at 27 C.

To stimulate the growth of flowers in vanilla plants, it also takes two to three months the weather is rather dry and rather cold.


GRADE 

VANILLA TAHITIAN 

VANILLA PLANIFOLIA