Latest Products https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net Latest Products Sun, 24 Oct 2021 21:49:05 +0530 en-us https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net Aloe Vera Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/aloe-vera-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/aloe-vera-plants.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant which grows 2ft high on yearly basis. Aloevera is stem less or very short stemmed plant, which grows 24-40 inches high and the leaves are about 4inches wide. The leaves are thick and fleshy and green to grey in color. The leaves are peeled and there’s a viscous liquid is found. The Aloevera leaves are also used in the making of pickles, vegetables, chyawanprash etc. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white teeth/ thorns. It is MEDICINAL PLANT.   Aloebarbadensis is the most common specie of Aloevera and grown in Rajasthan, M.P, U.P and Gujarat.   We efficiently carry out systematic process at every stage, to make certain that the product basket is developed as per the specified requirements. Our fast transit facilities make us able to easily meet the expected delivery deadlines of the clients.   Details : Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant with grows 2ft high on yearly basis. Aloe vera is stem less or very short stemmed plant, which grows 24-40inches high and the leaves are about 4inches wide. The leaves are thick and fleshy and green to grey in colour. The leaves are peeled and there’s a viscous liquid is found. The Aloe vera leaves are also used in making of pickles, vegetables, chyawanprash etc. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white teeth/ thorns. It is Medicinal Plant.   Uses : In ayurveda, Aloe vera is a natural coolant herb. Bitter-sweet in taste, produces purgative effect. It is used in the treatment of bloating, constipation, gastritis, fever with Kapha dominance and respiratory problems. It is extensively used in liver and spleen disorders. Aloe vera is also used in the treatment of burns, boils. It calms pitta, detoxifies blood and is very useful in many skin diseases. It is good for eye power, it is natural detoxifier. Aloe vera is a good anti aging herb. It is good for hair, when used in the form of Aloe vera hair gel. Aloe vera flowers balance Vata and Pitta. They are also useful in intestinal worms. The Aloe Vera gel is used to make creams, soaps, shampoo, gel, Chywanprash, Herbal Powder etc. Aloe Vera’s demand as a Herbal Product is extremely high in India and world over. Cultivation : Aloe vera is a very low maintenance plant, it doesn’t evening require pesticides or manure. Aloe is grown in warm tropical areas and cannot survive freezing temperature. Once it is planted then you get yield for next 5yrs. Aloe Vera can be cultivated on any soil for ‘dry land management’, sandy loamy soil is the best suited for it. It is grown almost all parts of India, even under constant drought conditions. However, the crop grows well in entire tropical and sub-tropical regions. Since its water requirement is very low, it is best suited for cultivation in Arid and semiarid region specially in Rajasthan, Gujarat, M.P and Maharashtra. It is grown successfully in marginal to sub marginal soils having low fertility. However, it is observed that its growth was faster under medium fertile heavier soils. Though, well drained loam to coarse sandy loam soils with moderate fertility and pH up to 8.5 are preferred for its commercial cultivation. Species : Aloe babatiensis is the most common specie of aloe vera and grown in Rajasthan, M.P, U.P and Gujarat. Marketing                                           Aloe Vera demand is immense therefore marketing it is not difficult. Wet aloe vera leaves are brought by many Ayurvedic Pharmaceuticals companies. Our company also provides the facility of Buy Back agreement. Harvesting Within first year of cultivation, aloe vera leaves can be harvested. Leaving aside 3leaves rest other leaves can be cut using sharp hears. Generally 3-4 pickings per year can be taken depending upon the growth of plants. Aloe Vera Economic Viability & Income and Expenditure Project   Aloevera all material bulk available : Aloevera plant Aloevera green fresh leaves Aloevera pulp Aloevera powder Aloevera dry leaf &powder Aloevera juice Aloevera gel Good quality planting material of the Aloevera is available with us. The aloevera baby plants specifications are as follows - Variety Aloevera barbendasis 6- 9 inch in size Green in colour Good medicinal values Material is in ready stock More than 1000000 Plants available The planting material will be well packed and delivered to your location. and full consultancy aloevera cultivation and under buy back agreement.  With proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirement. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits. Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200 Moringa Drumstick Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/moringa-drumstick-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/moringa-drumstick-plants.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 With our years of experience and expertise, we are making available premium range of Moringa Drumstick Plants(Moringa oleifera) in the market. To provide our buyers with premium products, we make sure only superior grade materials are used for manufacturing them.   More About Moringa Drumstick Plants : Cultivate Moringa olifera (sahjana or drumstick) and earn up to 2lakhs per acer . we will provide seeds/plants of best quality and guaranty purchase of fruit and dry leaves from site. Moringa plants required less water & care and gives good return. Its used as Vegitable, medicine, fodder and plant growth promoter. Its leaves and fruit is good animal feed. Cultivate Moringa and get financial freedom. Lemongrass Cultivation   Planting : The seeds of annual moringa may be directly dibbled in the pit to ensure accelerated and faster growth of the seedlings. The best suited season for sowing the seeds is September under Southern Indian conditions. The time of sowing has to be strictly adhered to because the flowering phase should not coincide with monsoon seasons, which results in heavy flower shedding. A plant spacing of 2.5 x 2.5 m between rows and seeds should be adopted , giving a plant population of 1600 plants/ha. Pits of 45x45x45 cm in size are dug out and then the seeds are sown in the centre of the pit. The seed germinates 10 to 12 days after sowing. The seed requirement per hectare is 625g. When planted in single rows along with irrigation channels, a spacing of 2m is sufficient. Treatment of moringa seeds with Azospirillum cultures at the rate of 100 g per 625 g of seeds before sowing resulted in early germination, and increased seedling vigour, growth and yield. Irrigation : Growing moringa plants may not require watering except during hot weather when they may be irrigated once a week. Annual moringa responds well to irrigation and the yield can be doubled (vegetable moringa fruit) by drip irrigation as compared to rain-fed crops, Drip irrigation at the rate of 4 lit/day can enhance yields by 57 per cent as compared to rain-fed crop . Fertilizer : Moringa trees are generally grown successfully without fertilizers. Southern India, ring trenches are dug about 10 cm from trees during the rainy season and filled with green leaves, manure and ash, and then covered with soil. This is said to promote higher fruit yields If fertilisers are applied, the crop requires 44 : 16 : 30 g NPK/ tree at the time of pinching (75 days after sowing). Nitrogen @ 44g / tree must be applied as top dressing at first flowering (150-160 days after sowing) After Care : Pinching the terminal bud on the central leader stem is necessary when it attains a height of 75cm(two months after sowing). This will promote the growth of many lateral branches and reduce the height of the tree. In addition, pinching reduces the damage due to heavy wind and makes harvesting much easier.   Pest and Diseases : Developing fruit are damaged by the fruit fly Gitona distigmata which can be effectively managed by adopting integrated pest management (IPM) measures. No major disease in India has been reported as affecting the economics of the cropRatooningln : Annual moringa, when the harvest is in, the trees are cut down to a height of one metre above ground level for ratooning. These ratoon plants develop new shoots and start bearing four or five months after ratooning. During each ratooning operation, the plants are supplied with the recommended level of N, P and K nutrients along with 20-35 kg of FYM. Harvest and Yield : Annual moringa types are seasonal in terms of fruit- bearing and the crop sown during September comes to harvest within six months. Fruit of sufficient length and girth are harvested before they develop fibre. The harvest period extends for 2-3 months and each tree bears.   Moringa Drumstick Meterial Avilable : Moringa Plant Moringa Seeds for Drumsticks Moringa Seeds for Dry Leaves Moringa Dry Leaf Moringa Organic Dry Leaves Moringa Drumstick Fruit,Pods Moringa Dry Leaf Powder Moringa Flowers Moringa Gum Moringa Seeds Oil With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profit Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200       Sarpagandha Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/sarpagandha-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/sarpagandha-plants.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Sarpagandha (Rauvolfia serpentina) is used in Ayurveda, Unani and folk medicines as well as in conventional western medicine. This plant is also known as Indian Snakeroot; in Sanskrit as Sarpagandha, Chandrika, Sarpakshi , Patalguruda; in Hindi as Chandrabhaga, Chota-chand, Sarpagandha; in Assamese as Arachoritita; in Bangla as Chandra; in Kannada as Sarpangandha, Sarpagandhi, Shivanabhiballi, Sutranavi, Patalagandhi; in Malayalam as Churannavilpori, Suvapavalporiyam; in Marathi as Harkaya: Harki; in Tamil as Chevanamalpodi; and in Telugu as Patalaguni, Patalagaruda, Sarpagandha..   The plant contains a number of bioactive chemicals, including ajmaline , deserpidine , rescinnamine , serpentinine , and yohimbine . The alkaloids in the plant reduce blood pressure, depress activity of central nervous system and act as hypnotics.            The useful parts are roots and leaves. According to Ayurveda the root is bitter, acrid, sharp, and pungent and anthelminic. Rauvolfia preparations are used as antihypertensive and as sedative. It is also used in the treatment of various central nervous system disorders associated with psychosis, schizophrenia, insanity, insomnia, and epilepsy.   We are capable of delivering the product range that is accessible from our massive inventory located at Udaipur(India). Defined as one of the celebrated names in the market, we are involved in offering excellent quality Sarpagandha Plants(Rauwolfia serpentina).   More About Sarpagandha Plants : Sarpagandha (Rauvolfia serpentina) is used in Ayurveda , Unani and folk medicines as well as in conventional western medicine. This plant is also known as Indian Snakeroot; in Sanskrit as Sarpagandha, Chandrika, Sarpakshi , Patalguruda; in Hindi as Chandrabhaga, Chota-chand, Sarpagandha; in Assamese as Arachoritita; in Bangla as Chandra; in Kannada as Sarpangandha, Sarpagandhi, Shivanabhiballi, Sutranavi, Patalagandhi; in Malayalam as Churannavilpori, Suvapavalporiyam; in Marathi as Harkaya: Harki; in Tamil as Chevanamalpodi; and in Telugu as Patalaguni, Patalagaruda, Sarpagandha. The plant contains a number of bioactive chemicals, including ajmaline , deserpidine , rescinnamine , serpentinine , and yohimbine . The alkaloids in the plant reduce blood pressure, depress activity of central nervous system and act as hypnotics. The useful parts are roots and leaves. According to Ayurveda the root is bitter, acrid, sharp, pungent and anthelminic. Rauvolfia preparations are used as antihypertensive and as sedative. It is also used in the treatment of various central nervous system disorders associated with psychosis, schizophrenia, insanity, insomnia, and epilepsy. Market Potential : The natural reserves of this plant are declining as a result of over-harvesting especially after reports of its medicinal properties appeared in the literature. International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) has kept this plant under endangered status. Importers , buyers within the country, processors, traditional practitioners, Ayurvedic and Siddha drug manufacturers throng the markets for procurement of this plant every year. Its domestic demand is quite large. As the production is much less in India , the internal market itself is highly potential.Basis and Presumption : The agricultural land and related infrastructure is available with the entrepreneur. Prices are calculated as per the prevailing market rates. The yields depend on proper implementation of package of practices. Economics of cultivation greatly improves on scale of operation. This activity provides tax-free high returns. Additionally a number of government support schemes are available. Latest provisions need to be checked up. Market for medicinal plants is volatile and economics may vary from time to time. Agri practices : Sarpagandha is an erect perennial shrub with a long, irregularly, nodular, yellowish root stock. The leaves are long, lanceolate and bright green in colour. They are borne on stem in whorl of three. The flowers are pink or white and are found in clusters. The fruits are small, globose; initially greenish purple in colour but eventually turning blackish when ripe. Flowering time is March to May in Indian conditions.Soil & Climate : The plant prefers soil with plenty of humus and rich in nitrogenous and organic matter with good drainage. Alkaline soils are not suitable for commercial cultivation. The sandy loam to medium black cotton soils rich in organic matter with pH 6-8 and good drainage facility are suitable. It grows in a wide range of climatic conditions but flourishes well under hot humid tropical climates in open or partial shade. Elevations of 1300 m having a temperature range of 10-38oC and annual rainfall of 2500 mm are suitable to this species. Good yield is obtained in areas less prone to frost and having less severe winter.Land Preparation : The land is ploughed deep in May and left for weathering. After pre-monsoon showers FYM is added followed by second ploughing and two cross harrowing to break the clods. The land is finally dressed by planking and beds are laid out. Nursery should be raised in a partially shaded area with adequate irrigation facility. Each bed should be about 1.5m wide, 150-200 mm high and of convenient length. Beds with shallow furrows 80-100 mm apart are prepared in April and irrigated.Propagation : About 5-7 kg seeds are required for sowing one hectare area. Fresh seeds are preferred for sowing as their viability lasts for only 6 months. It has been observed that the seeds stored for more than a year are difficult to germinate. Therefore it is essential that seeds collected between September to December should be used for planting in the following season. Seeds are treated with Thiram (2-3 g / kg seed) after soaking in water for 24 hours and sown from the end of April to the first week of May at a distance of 8-10 cm and 1-2 cm deep. These are covered with a mixture of FYM and soil and irrigated daily. Germination is complete in 30-35 days. The germination rate varies from 10-50 per cent. It can also be propagated by vegetative means using stem and root cuttings and root stumps. Root cuttings 30-50 mm long and not exceeding 125 mm diameter are planted in June- July and are covered completely with the soil leaving only 10 mm above the surface. The cuttings sprout within 3 weeks if there is good moisture. Success rate is 50-80 % and around 100 kg of root cuttings are required to plant one hectare area. Stem-cuttings 150-200 mm long with 3-4 nodes are planted in the nursery in June and kept moist until they sprout. Cuttings treated with IAA (30 ppm) initiate rooting in 15 days. The success rate obtained in stem cuttings is about 65%. In case of root stumps, approximately 50 mm roots with a portion of stem above the collar are planted in May- June in irrigated fields. Though around 90-95 % of success is obtained in this method, only one plant can be raised from a single stump. Seedlings, 40 - 50 day old bearing 4-6 leaves, are ready for transplantation in the first week of July. These seedlings are uprooted and treated with Bavistin 0.1% for 30 minutes and then transplanted at a distance of 450 x 300 mm in the main field. This is followed by a light irrigation. Around 10-15 % of the seedlings are retained for gap filling 10-15 days after planting. Fertilizer : Generally organic cultivation is practiced. Before sowing 10–15 tonnes of farm yard manure/ha is used. In the nursery, FYM (1/3rd of recommended dose) along with 2/3rd of soil mixed with 10 % B.H.C @ 20 kg per hectare is required. 30 kg Nitrogen and 30 kg each of Phosphorus and Potash per hectare are required. At the time of planting, 1/3rd of Nitrogen and the entire dose of Phosphorus and Potash are applied 450 mm away from the rows and 70-100 mm deep. 50 days after planting 2/3 rd Nitrogen is applied and the remaining Nitrogen is top dressed in the next rainy season.Irrigation Nearly 15-16 irrigations are required. Irrigation is required twice a month during hot dry season and once a month in the winters. Sarpagandha being a long duration crop and slow in growth in the initial stages can be intercropped. Vegetables like brinjal, cabbage, okra and soybean may be planted in Kharif Weed Control : Two weedings in the first year and one weeding in the second year followed by one hoeing usually at the beginning of the growing season are required. Flowers appearing on very young plants should be nipped to promote root growth.Pest control : The major pests appearing on this crop are moth, grub, black bug and weevils. Grubs can be controlled by mixing BHC 10 % with the soil at the time of land preparation, whereas caterpillar, black bug and weevils can be managed by spraying Asataf 10g / 10 L of water. Diseases like Leaf spot, Anthracnose and Dieback are known to cause damage to this crop. Leaf spot and Dieback can be controlled by spraying 0.2% Dithane Z-78 or DM-45 in early June before monsoon and repeat the spray at monthly intervals until November. Anthracnose can be controlled by spraying Blitox 50WP @ 40 g in 10 L of water.Harvesting : The crop is ready for uprooting after 18 months of planting when the alkaloid content is maximum, i.e. 1.4%. It is irrigated 8-10 days prior to uprooting and the above ground foliage is cut and roots are taken out 5.0 Post harvest operationsDrying : The roots are cleaned, washed and dried in shade till the moisture content reduces to about 8%. As the outer skin contains about 80% of the total alkaloid, the skin should not be damaged while cleaning the roots. Brown to black coloured seeds, which appear from August to December are collected and soaked in water for 15-20 hours and rubbed with hands to remove seed coat. The seeds are washed thrice and dried. Dried seeds are stored in moisture proof place for next sowing. The weight of 100 seeds is about 3.5-4 g.Yield : Average yield per acer  is 2000 kg dried roots and 200 kg seeds.Economics of one acer sarpgandha  cultivation Expenses : Sarpgandha plant one acer 20,000 plant * 7 Rs.per plant = Rs  1,40,000/- ( including plants, transportation,supervision, consultancy) Per acre fertilizer one year. = Rs.20,000/- Land development =  Rs.10,000/- Labour in plantion =   Rs.15000/- Total expenses =   Rs.1,85,000/- Income : 100 k.g. seed  within the first year of plantation. In total two year income  200 k.g.seeds  * 1500 rs.per k.g.buy back = Rs. 3,00,000 /- 2000 k.g. dried roots  within the second year of plantation. 2000 k.g.dried roots * 300 Rs.per Kg buy back = Rs. 6,00,000 /- Two Years Total Income =  rs. 9,00,000/- Expenses =  - Rs.1,85,000/- Net Profit =   Rs. 7,15,000/- Sarpgandha material available : Sarpgandha Plant Sarpgandha Seeds Sarpgandha Dry Roots Sarpgandha Dry  leaves With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200       Palmarosa Grass https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/palmarosa-grass.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/palmarosa-grass.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The range we offer to the customers are stringently packed and delivered as per the customers' requirement and convenience. Quality control is a huge part of our company and we make sure, all our products are quality assured and trustworthy.   More About Palmarosa Grass : Palmarosa also known as Indian Rosha or Motia or Tikhadi, This perennial grass is native to southeast Asia, especially India , and it is cultivated for its oil. The essential oil of this plant, which contains the active compound geraniol, is valued for its scent and for a number of traditional medicinal and household uses. Because it has the fragrance of Rose, it is called rosha grass. Fortunately, Indian Palmarosa has been appreciated by the global/ international  market and therefore, it demand has considerable increased. Because of this, a lot of Indian farmers have taken great interest in its cultivation. Palmarosa “Gramineae” is Multilateral and it botanical name is Cymbopogan Martinii. Two of its species is very popular – Motia and Sophia. Though both of them look alike, but Motia is more widespread a plant whereas, Sophia is more close kint. There is also difference in the colour and fragrance of the leaves. Therefore, the oil extracted from them is different and has different purposes. Motia species has about 855-92% Geraniol and Sophia about 60-70%. Hence, Motia species is considered more supreme. The oil extracted from Motia species is called Palmarosa Oil/  Rosha Oil/ East Indian Geanium Oil/ Elichpur rosha Oil. The oil extracted from Sophia Species is called Gingergrass Oil. Palma Chemical Composition of Palmarosa Oil : The main Chemical component of Motia species of Palmarosa is Geraniol (75-85%), Geanyll Acetate (6-12%), Citrilol (5-6%), Linalool (2-4%), and Citral. Apart from these components, Palmarosa also has other minute elements like Alpha Pinene, Beta Pinene, Gamma Pinene & Alemin.Important Uses of Palmarosa : Palmarosa Oil is used in great quantity by Pharmaceutical industry. Oil of Palmarosa is used in perfumery, particularly for flavoring tobacco and for blending of soaps due to the lasting rose-note it imparts to the blend. It also serves as a source for very high grade geraniol. Geraniol is highly valued as a perfume and as a starting material for large chemicals, viz., geranyl esters that have a permanent rose-like odour. Apart from being used by Cosmetic(Beauty Products)  And Perfumes Manufactures, Palmarosa oil is also used in the manufacturing of various medicines.  The oil is rich in the active compound geraniol, which makes it suitable for many medicinal and household purposes. Palmarosa oil is antifungal, anti-viral, bactericide, cytophylactic and antiseptic. Its application on skin moisturizes the skin, besides balancing the hydration levels and stimulating cell regeneration. Palmarosa oil also helps in clearing up minor infections and prevents ugly scarring in healing wounds. Palmarosa oil calms the mind, yet has an uplifting effect, while clearing muddled thinking. It is used to counter physical and nervous exhaustion, stress-related problems and nervousness. Palmarosa oil could be used with good effect on the skin, for nervous and stress-related problems and for the digestive system. Therefore, because of it’s utilities and uses in perfumery and pharmaceutical industry, it is in demand not just in the Domestic market about also internationally. Hence, Palmarosa Cultivation is highly beneficial for the Indian farmers. Palmarosa Oil Marketing Strategy : Palmarosa Oil has wide uses because of which it marketing is fairly easy. There are quite a few Merchant  based in delhi & Mumbai was purchase Palmarosa in wholesale and there are also quite a producers also for Palmarosa.  Therefore, in the coming decade, there are great possibilities of increasing the sale of Palmarosa. It has been proved that Palmarosa is useful from different aspects. Cultivation of Palmarosa can be done in a variety of soils in fact in infertile land also. Even if the Land has low water content and is less watered, Palmarosa can be cultivated. The plant of Palmarosa doesn’t get affected by diseases, the maintenance is low and because of its popularity domesticallyand internationals, marketing Palmarosa is also easy. Hence, its cultivation is extremely beneficial for farmers. Different Species of Palmarosa : I.W – 31245 and C.I. 80-68 produced by Indore Centre i.e. Motia and Sophia are the two varieties of Palmarosa. Trusha Vruta and P.R.C – 1 Motia is also popular about farmers.   Agriculture Techniques Preparing the soil/ Tillage : Plough the field at least twice for aeration. Use about 8-10 tons of manure and 8kgs per 10% B.H.C per acre. Trowel and level the field so that there is no water logging Manure/ Pesticides/ Fertilizers : For better yield in non irrigated condition use 12 kgs of Nitrogen, Phosphate (P2O5) and Potash per plant or between the trowel. The remaining part i.e. 6kgs should be given after a span of 30-40days. Seeding / Irrigation Process : Palmarosa can be grown in both well irrigated and non-irrigated conditions. In case of, not well irrigated conditions the yield depends on yearly rains but for well irrigated conditions, where the weather conditions are warm, then irrigate the land in intervals of 12-15 days or once in 3weeks for best yield. Flood irrigation is the best and modern way if irrigation for Palmarosa. Weeding Process : Weeding process should be carried 2-3 times to get rid of unwanted plants. Harvesting & Cleaning Process : For best yield of Oil from Palmarosa plant, start harvesting or cutting the plant immediately after flowering. Cut the plant 10-15cms from the ground level. Collect and mould the plant and store them in a cold place. Then through distillation process extract the oil from the plant. Availability of pamarosa Oil : Maximum oil is extracted from the Flowers and leaves of the plant and very less quantity of oil is extracted from the stem.  The yield in the first year, 0.5-0.6%  oil is extracted from the each  plant .i.e. about  12-16kgs oil per plant in non-irrigated and 20-30kgs per plant in irrigated land. The yield in subsequent years goes up to, 20-30kgs per acre in non irrigated area  and 40-45kgs per acre in irrigated conditions.   Palmarosa Meterial available : Palmarosa Slip Palmarosa Seeds Palmarosa Oils With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200     Malabar Neem Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/malabar-neem-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/malabar-neem-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 We are staffed with professionals and under their guidance; we keep a close check on the products and ensure that the range is as per the exact customers' requirements. All those who are looking for a responsible name supplying Malabar Neem Plants(Melia Dubia) can get in touch with us!   Details : Synonym : Melia composita willd.         Family : Miliaceae. Kannad : Hebbevu    Telgu : Munnattikaraka Tamil : Maali vembu  TRADE: Malbar Nim wood More About Malabar Neem Plants : A large tree, attaining a height of 20 m. with a spreading crown and a cylindrical straight bole of 9 m. length X 1.2-1.5 m. girth found in Sikkim Himalayas, North Bengal. Upper Assam, Khasi Hills, hills of Orissa, N.Circas, Descant and Western Ghats at altitudes of 1500 – 1800 m. It grows rapidly and is used for reforestation purposes. (Troup, I 186: Burkill, II 1443: Bor, 253) and yields a useful timber. Site Factors : In its natural habitat the absolute maximum shade temperature varies from 37.5–47.5 C and the absolute minimum from 0–15 C. It does well in moist regions, with a mean annual rainfall exceeding 1000 mm. The mean relative humidity in July varies from70–90% and in January from 50–80 %.Topography : It is commonly found in the hills at elevations ranging from 600 – 1800m.Cultivation : The rooted saplings are planted onset of the monsoon or during the monsoon. The suggested pit size is 2’ x 2’- 0.60m Cube. Espacement of 3.5 m x 3.5 m is recommended. This will give better girth in shorter duration. Growth Statistics : The growth is rapid. GAMBLES’s specimens gave 8 – 12 rings/dm of radius (mean annual girth increment 5.3 – 8 cm) for a Tamil Nadu specimen, and 28 rings/dm (mean annual girth increment 2.3 cm) for a specimen from Bengal. North Kanara in Karnataka specimen showed 12-16 rings/dm of radius (Talbot, 1909) giving a mean annual girth increment of 4 –5.3 cm. Trees grown in the Calcutta Botanical gardens from specimen from Malbar origin are said to have reached in 7 years an average height of 14m and a girth of 112 cm at breast height. This rate of growth is equivalent to 4-rings/ dm of radius. Even in comparatively dry regions with a rainfall of 750 – 1000 mm, a height of 3 – 4.5 m is obtained in plantations, against 6-7.5 m in more favourable locations. Utilisation : Physical and Mechanical Properties of the Wood : The sapwood is grayish-white, usually with a yellowish cast; the ‘ heartwood ’ is light pink to light red when first exposed, ageing to pale russet brown, subject to grey stain. It is lustrous and without characteristic odour or taste. It is very light (sp.gr. approximately 0.34, weight at 12 5 moisture content about 336 kg/m3), straight-grained, coarse and somewhat uneven-textured. Annual growth rings are distinct but not conspicuous and number 12-16 / dm of radius. Seasoning and Preservation behavior : The timber seasons well if the logs are converted in a green state, though if left long in the log, it is liable to develop end splitting and decoration. Like many other meliaceous timbers, it contracts very considerably across the grain while drying out. The best method of dealing with the timber is to convert the logs as soon after felling as possible and to open stack the sawn material, preferably undercover to avoid grey stain. Present day uses : The wood is used for packing cases, cigar boxes, ceiling planks, building purposes, agricultural implements, pencils, math boxes, splints and catamarans. In Srilanka, it is employed for outriggers of boats. It is suitable for musical instruments, tea boxes and the most importantly in making plywood, as the wood is anti-termite by itself.  The details of quality & technical specifications are as follows : The logs had very high moisture contents and were green. All logs were round and good for peeling. Roundness seems to be inherent quality of this tree. Logs peel easily. Outturn is excellent – 70% & better in fresh cut logs. Veneer strong and firm. Two small logs were peeled for faces. Quality obtained was acceptable. M.R.Grade Plywood pressed with these veneers and in combination with other veneers gave excellent results. (Pearson & Brown, I 243; Macmillan, 96, 213; Cameran, 64; Trotter, 1944, 217; Rama Rao, 73; Indian For., 1948, 74, 279) With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200    Stevia Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/stevia-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/stevia-plants.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Our company is ranked amidst progressive distributors of the product in Udaipur(India) as well as varied other marketplaces. To provide complete satisfaction to the customers, we offer only defect-free range of products that are tested against varied quality parameters.Stevia is one of the most profitable crops for coming future. As the crop is only source of natural sugar free / calorie free sweetener. People are being less hard worker that why they need calorie free substitute of sugar. Artificial sweeteners are problematic for long term consumption. In the countries like Japan and Korea stevia sweetener contribute 50% market share. Stevia crop is propagated by seedlings.We can provide you stevia seedling (plants) .You will require 30,000 seedlings per acre. We provide complete consultancy from cultivation technology, planting material supply, nutrient management (manure), water management (drip irrigation installation), and the most important one the Buy back. We can also provide buyback facility before starting the cultivation to the growers so that they can be ensuring at marketing side.In the consultancy we will assist you in Understanding the basics of Stevia crop Farm visit Soil and water sampling of your farm Land Development Manure and other farm input supply Irrigation system installation Planting material supply Pest management Drying of the leaves, Buyback facility Export market development Processing of the leaves. We are leading Agro Technology and Agribusiness consultancy provider. We strongly believe in business ethics. We have highly professional team of subject matter specialist of agriculture and allied disciplines. We believe in truly consultancy with independent and profitable solutions. For us agriculture is the base of development, height of development, strength of development, depth of development. For a long term sustainable social & economical development agriculture must be the axel. Agriculture development must environment friendly, sustainable, efficient use of available resources and non hazardous.We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.Stevia Material Available stevia plant & seeds stevia dry fresh green leaf stevia green powder stevia liquid stevia tablete stivoside powder Anjeer Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/anjeer-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/anjeer-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 ANJEER CULTIVATION Fig (Ficus carica), is one of the ancient fruits known to mankind which also finds its mention in the Bible. It is reported to be under cultivation from 3000-2000 BC in the eastern Mediterranean region. The fig fruit is unique. Unlike most 'fruit' in which the structure is matured ovary tissue, the fig's edible structure is actually a stem tissue. The fig fruit is an inverted flower with both male and female flower parts enclosed in stem tissue, botanically known as a syconium. At maturity, the interior of the fig contains only the remains of the flower structure, including the small gritty structures commonly called 'seed', which are the unfertilized ovaries that had failed to develop. They impart resin like flavour associated with fig. Fruits are consumed fresh as well as in the dried form. Fresh Figs are delicious and nutritious as they are rich in calorie, protein, calcium and iron. Fig has nutritive index of 11, as against 9 for apple and 6 for raisin. The bulk of the fruit (about 80%) is consumed in the dried form. The fruit is also credited with laxative and medicinal properties and is being applied on boils and for other skin infections . Types of Fig   Figs have been grouped into four types depending on the sex of the flower and the method of pollination. Common Fig or Edible Fig- Individual flowers are long styled pistillate and fruits develop parthenocarpically. Popular cultivars include - Poona, Conardia, Mission Kadota, and Brown Turkey.   Smyrna Fig - Fruit develops only on Pollination by male flowers of Capri fig through the Fig wasp. Most important variety is 'calimyrna'.   Capri Fig or Wild Fig - Short styled Pistillate flowers and functional staminate flowers, Capri fig are not edible but grown because they harbour fig wasp (Blastophaga psenes), which is necessary for pollination and setting fruits.   San Pedro Fig - It is an intermediate type where the first crop (known as Breba) is Parthenocarpic, while the 2nd crop (main) requires pollination like Smyrna type.   Global and National Scenario Fig is a moderately important fruit crop with an annual estimated global production of one million tons of fruit of which about 30% is produced by Turkey. The other major producers are Egypt, Morocco, Greece, California, Italy, Algeria, Syria and Tunisia. In India, fig is considered to be a minor fruit crop and the commercial cultivation of common (edible) fig is mostly confined to Western Parts of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh (Lucknow & Saharanpur) Karnataka (Bellary, Chitradurga & Srirangapatna) and Tamilnadu (Coimbatore).   Package of Practices   Climate Fig being a deciduous and sub tropical tree, prefers areas having arid or semiarid environment, high summer temperature, plenty of sunshine and moderate water. Although the plants can survive temperature as high 45C, the fruit quality deteriorates beyond 39C. Though the mature tree can withstand low temperature up to 40C, it makes good growth when the temperature is above 15 - 21C . The size, shape, colour of the skin and pulp quality are markedly affected by climate. But quality figs are produced in the region with dry climate especially at the time of fruit development and maturity. High humidity coupled with low temperature usually results in fruit splitting and low fruit quality.   Soil Fig is one of the most salt and drought tolerant crops. It can tolerate a fairly high level of sulphate or chloride salt. Medium to heavy, calcareous, well drained, deep (about 1 m ) soil having pH of 7-8 is ideally suitable cultivation of fig.   Varieties There are about 20 popular varieties of fig that are being grown in different parts of the world. Some famous varieties of common fig grown in different countries are 'White Adriatic' 'Black Mission', 'Kodota' and 'Conadira' in California; 'Kalamon' in Greece; Sultani in Egypt. The 'Smyrna types' includes popular Turkish cultivar known as 'Saricop' in Turkey and 'Calimyrna' in United States. In India 'Poona' is the most popular cultivar grown for consumption as fresh fruit. Most of the fig grown in Mangalore, Bellary, Coimbatore, Daulatabad, Ganjam, Lucknow and Saharanpur resembles in plant and fruit morphology to that of Poona Fig. Recently, a variety 'Dinkar', an improvement over 'Daulatabad' variety for yield and fruit quality is gaining commercial importance. Some hybrids from California have reportedly performed better over Poona Fig under Mangalore conditions.   Propagation Fig is propagated by cuttings. Cuttings of about 25 cm in length having 3-6 nodes from the wood of previous season are usually used as planting material.Now-a-days Tissue Culture Plants are also available . Planting Fig is planted in square system of planting at a spacing of 5 x 5 m accommodating about 160 plants per acre. Pits of 0.6 cu.m are dug for planting the cuttings. The planting is generally done during June to September.   Manures and Fertilisers The year wise requirement of various manures and fertilisers for fig is as under   Recommended fertiliser dosage (kg/tree/year) for Fig   Year FYM Neem Cake Nitrogen Phosphorous Potassium 1 25 0.50 0.060 0.040 0.040 2 25 0.50 0.120 0.080 0.080 3 25 1.00 0.180 0.120 0.120 4 30 1.50 0.240 0.160 0.160 5th year onwards 35 2.00 0.300 0.200 0.200   Irrigation Fig can sustain heat and drought. However, for commercial production timely irrigation is necessary. Flood irrigation at an interval of 10-12 days during summer is ideal. However, if drip irrigation is adopted 15-20 litres of water/day/plant needs to be provided.   TrainingandPruning Fig trees are trained initially to a single stem and allowed to grow to a height of about 1m and then it is topped. Light pruning is practiced in Poona Fig after the monsoon is over i.e. in October . Plant Protection The major pests of fig are stem borers, leaf defoliators and fig flies. The fig fly can be controlled by Demecron (0.05% spray). The stem borer is controlled with the application of Phorate granules with Petrol or Kerosene. Important disease of fig is rust which is caused by Cerotelium fici. It can be controlled by dusting with sulphur or spraying with Blitox or Dithane M-45 and Dithane Z-78.   Growth regulator To promote proper shoot growth and to prevent fruit drop in fig, growth regulators like Gibberellic Acid (GA) @ 30 ml / litre of water is used. Harvesting and Yield Though fig starts bearing fruits from the second year, commercial harvesting is done from the third year. The yield increases with increase in canopy size of the tree and stabilizes during eighth year. The economic life of the plant is about 35 years. The harvesting season starts in February - March and is over by May - June. The fruits are harvested in 2-3 day intervals manually. The age wise yield of fig (fruits in kg/per tree) is given in Table Age wise yield of Fig (kg/tree) Age of the plant (years) Yield/tree (kg) 3 3 4 6 5 9 6 12 7 15  We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.    Material Available   ANJEER PLANT ANJEER FRUIT   With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200      Papaya Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/papaya-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/papaya-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 PAPYA CULTIVATION Papaya (Carica papaya L.) Caricaceae   Soil and climate It is a tropical fruit and grows well in regions where summer temperature ranges from 35°C - 38°C. Tolerates frost and comes up to an elevation of 1200 m above mean sea level. Well drained soils of uniform texture are highly preferable to avoid the collar rot disease.   Sowing 500 g of seeds is required for planting one ha. June-September is the best season for planting.  Avoid planting in rainy season.   Nursery Treat the seeds with Captan @ 2 g/kg of seeds. Dibble four seeds in polythene bags in depth not exceeding one cm.  Keep the polythene bags in partial shade. Watering can be done with the help of rose can. Seedlings will be ready in about 60 days.    Planting Plant the seedlings at 1.8 m either ways in pits of 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm size.   Irrigation Irrigate copiously after planting. Irrigate the field once in a week.   Application of fertilizers Apply FYM 10 Kg/plant as basal and 50 g in each of N, P and K per plant at bi-monthly intervals from the third month of planting after removing unwanted sex forms. Apply 20 g in each of Azospirillum and Phosphobacterium at planting again six months after planting.   Fertigation technique Apply 10 litres of water per day + 13.5 g urea and 10.5 g muriate of  potash/ week through drip irrigation and soil application of super phosphate 300g  per plant at bimonthly intervals starting from 3-4 months after planting immediately after  thinning of plants is recommended.   After cultivation Male trees should be removed after the emergence of inflorescence maintaining one male tree for every 20 female trees for proper fruitset. In each pit only one vigorously growing female/hermaphrodite tree should be retained and other plants should be removed. In gynodioecious type like (Co 3 & Co 7) keep one hermophrodite type/pit and remove female trees.    Micronutrients Spray ZnSO4 0.5% + H2BO3 0.1% during 4th and 8th month to increase growth and yield characters.   Plant protection Nematodes To control the nematode infestation in nursery, apply Carbofuran 3 G @ 1 g/polythene bag after germination.   Diseases Papaya ring spot virus Grow maize as catch crop for vectors. Spray insecticides to control the vectors. Micronutrient spray at fortnight intervals. Root rot and wilt In water stagnated areas root-rot may appear easily. It is advisable to drench the soil with 0.1 % Methoxyethyl mercuric chloride or 1 % Bordeaux mixture or Metalaxyl 0.2%, 2 or 4 times at fortnightly intervals. Good drainage is important to avoid the spread of disease.   Crop duration: 18  months. Fruits should be picked at colour break stage. We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available PAPYA PLANT PAPYA SEED PAPYA FRUIT PAPYA DRY LEAF PAPYA DRY ROOT    With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200      Apple Ber Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/apple-ber-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/apple-ber-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The Apple Ber is originally a Thai fruit variety; its taste is sweet and also a bit sour. The fruits weigh around 150-200 grams and looks somewhat like  a green apple. All types of soil are suitable for cultivation of Apple Ber. Spray schedule and Fertilization changes on type of Soil, Water and weather condition. In Green Culture Nurseries and Farm Original Thai Apple Ber Plants are made from our own Mother Plants that's why farmers will not have to worry for Original Verity “Thai Jumbo Apple Ber". There are many types of processes of Apple Ber like Jam, Jelly, Beer, Dry use, Medicinal use etc.    APPLE BER CULTIVATION All types of soil are suitable for cultivation of Apple Ber. Spray schedule and Fertilization changes on type of Soil, Water and weather condition. In Shekhawati kirshi farm nursery and Farm Original Thai Apple Ber Plants are made from our own Mother Plants that’s why farmers will not have to worry for Original Verity“Thai Jumbo Apple Ber”. Now a day’s many Nurseries are selling those plants which are made from fake plants, Seller don’t see a mother plant that’s why they can’t take guarantee. We are in Plant Nursery business since 2008,we have started Apple ber Farming in 2015.People had not seen Big Ber fruits, when we sent our fruits in market, People were surprise with it’s shape. Many people asked that it was big lemon or what it was.   Shekhawatikirshifarm became known supplier of Apple Ber Plants in India for best quality plants and first year free guidance. Now we test soil, water before creating fertilization Schedule for our clients because we can understand value of Money, Time and Hard Work. New farmers don’t have knowledge about selecting original and healthy plants, they only think all Apple Ber plants in market may be same in quality and It will give big fruits. These days fake people making grafting of Red color Ber (Old Indian verity) which was not able to so good in market. But sellers have named ‘Red Apple Ber’ for these again to increase selling of Plants.     Plantation of Apple Ber If you have enough water then you can go for Plantation in any month but you are recommend to visit Shekhawatikirshifarm. At Shekhawatikirshifarm Firstly We Know weather condition, Type of soil, water condition then we schedule for our clients because in our country water, soil, weather condition changes in state wise. Suppose we told to our client who is from Rajasthan for pruning on 1st march, second clients from Hydrabad should not go for pruning.   Apple Ber is the maintenance free tree and gives good benefit to farmer. This is disease free, plant so we do not have to take care much. We need 500 Plants in 1 Acre (43,560 Sq feet).  Distance should be 10× 10(Plant to Plant 10 feet, Line to line 10 feet). Pit should be 1 feet by 1 feet, Apply fertilizer as preferred for your land, Avoid Plantation in Afternoon’s sun stroke (highly temperature). We recommend for planting after 4 PM or early in Morning to 10 AM. After Plantation press soil near plant and give enough water first time. Watering depends on soil condition, ask for Water schedule to shekhawati kirshi farm Team .  After 20 days, It is time for second fertilization as told by Green Culture Team. As we give treatments you will see flowers on tree, after some days small fruits can be seen on branches.   Fruiting There are two season for Apple Ber fruits November to February is the best season for Harvesting, We don’t have to care much in this season and there is always demand in these days for Apple Ber.  When you will see fruits on tree  if plant need spray then apply by asking shekhawatikirshifarm Team. avoid any other spray without confirmation.   We guide for free to our clients, only you will have to tell Customer Id which is given when you purchased plants from  shekhawatikirshifarm.  We will guide for getting good size, Sweetness of Fruit.   Market There are many types of processes of Apple Ber like Jam, Jelly, Beer, Dry use, Medicinal use etc. That’s why there is good demand in Exporting also and this fruit is Best and sweet so you can sell it to many Cities in India too. If you produce in huge Quantity then many Buyers/ Exporter are waiting to purchase direct from your farm, only you will have to maintain Quality of Fruits. Some Buyers need Box Packing and they pay for all expenditure and provide Boxes and some buyers only buy fruits and pack at their Port.   Benefit  Let’s calculate it, There are 500 plants in 1 Acre, Apple Ber Tree gives 125 kg fruits from single tree. We have 500 Plant and suppose we get only 100 kg from tree then we will get total 50 Tons fruits from 1 acre. Generally Apple Ber fruit are sold 50 to 80 Rs in Retail market but Farmer gets 30 to 40 Rs in his hands. Suppose we sold at Only 20 Rs (According to Demand for Apple Ber in Market this is lowest Rate)   We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.    Material Available GREEN APPLE BER PLANT RED APPLE BER PLANT APPLE BER FRUIT   With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200      Custard Apple Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/custard-apple-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/custard-apple-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 CUSTARD APPLE CULTIVATION Custard apples yield to the touch when ripe. If ready for consumption, the white flesh inside will be slightly visible in between the fruit’s bumpy protrusions.Unripe fruits have a dark, green skin and do not yield to the touch. Overripe fruits, on the other hand, fall apart in the hand and have a black exterior. They also lose their sweetness and have a bland, mildly musky flavor.Many farmers pick Annona fruits before they’re fully ripe, as they continue to ripen once picked from the tree. Store with bananas in a brown paper bag to hasten ripening.    The custard apple which is popularly known as sugar apple and sweetsop is a native of West Indies and tropical America. It is grown in a wild form in many parts of the world. The custard apple tree can reach up to a height of 4 to 7 metres and the structure of the leaves is thin and oblong. However, the flowers are greenish to yellow. The fruit is spherical through conical with a usual weight of about 125 to 250 grams. The fruit is 7 to 9 cm long and has a diameter of 6 to 10 cm. Custard apple has knobby segments with a flesh of fragrant and sweet, creamy white. The flesh the fruit resembles custard. Based on the variety each fruit can have up to 20-30 black seeds. The colour of the root varies from pale green to deep green. During the early stages, custard apples are hard in nature. Custard apples can be eaten fresh and its pulp is used in sweets like ice cream, smoothies, cakes, fruit salads etc.  Along with great nutritious value, custard apples come with good health benefits. This tree’s leaves, root, seeds and unripe fruits have medicinal values as well. Many hybrid varieties of custard apples have been developed in Asian countries. Since this fruit has an excellent seasonal demand, the cultivation of custard apple is growing annually. Decent yields and profit can be obtained from custard apple cultivation, provided that good orchard management practices are followed. Another attractive feature of custard apple cultivation is that they can be cultivated in containers, backyards, pots as well where at least 6 to 7 hours direct sunlight is available.   Soil Requirement A wide variety of soil is suitable for custard cultivation provided that there is a good drainage facility. Fertile sandy, shallow, marginal lands and wastelands are all suitable for custard apple cultivation. This tree shouldn’t be cultivated in regions where the sub-soil is ill-drained. Soil with high alkalinity, chlorine, poor- drainage is to be avoided when it comes to custard apple cultivation. Waterlogged soil should be avoided. 5.5 to 6.5 is the ideal pH range for custard apple cultivation.   Seed Sowing, Planting and Spacing The planting method of triangular or square systems can be adapted in custard apple cultivation. The seeds can be directly sown on the field or seedlings can be grown on nursery beds. For quick plant growth grafting method is ideal than sowing method. In the case of seed sowing, there is an ideal temperature requirement of 18°C to 26°C. Until full germination, direct sunlight must be avoided. Seeds that grow in these conditions usually produce seedlings within 3 weeks. However, germinating these in colder climates may take up to 60 days.   The pits are dug with a size of 60cm x 60cm x 60cm at a spacing of 5cm x 5cm (plant to plant and row to row distance). The above-said measurements can vary according to soil variety and planting method. The pits should be ready prior to the rainy season. Fill these pits with topsoil and 25 kg of farmyard manure (like cow dung). Along with FMY, you can also apply single super phosphate and neem cake under dry conditions. Saplings are planted in the centre of pits once the rain starts. The basic requirements like staking, providing shade and watering should be done after planting in the field. You can buy high yielding hybrid custard apple varieties in certified nurseries for your plantation.   Manures and Fertilizer 1 to 2 years - 75:50:50 (NPK) kg/ha 3 to 5 years - 150:100:100 (NPK) kg/ha Above 5 years - 250:125:125 (NPK) kg/ha Apart from above NPK, you can add any green manure or farmyard manure every year before the monsoon.   Pests and Diseases It is of critical importance that timely control of pests and diseases is done so that the crop can produce a good yield. Being hardy trees, they are less susceptible to pests and diseases. However, you should be aware of plant protection in case of any disease attack. Trees may suffer from: Mealybug Scale insects Fruit boring caterpillar Leaf spot Anthracnose Black stone It is advisable to use appropriate chemical controls. If you are doing organic cultivation then herbal based controls should be applied. Spraying with neem oil is recommended. Your local horticulture department will be a good source of seeking information about pests and diseases in Custard Apple Cultivation. Don’t attempt or experiment on your own without knowing the symptoms and causes of pests and diseases.   Harvesting Generally, there is a colour change of the fruit during maturity (from dark green to light pale green). Fruit maturity after flowering takes three to four months. Ripening fruits indicate cracking in carpels. You can hand pick them before sending to market. If you delay in harvesting, they will ripe on the tree and falls off.   Yield On an average, a well-grown tree can produce about 100 fruits. The fruits can weigh from 100 to 250 grams. Arka sahana hybrid variety produces 25 tonnes of fruits/ ha. There are many growth regulators available in the market for improving fruit set.   Marketing The fruits that are freshly harvested are packed in cardboards and transported to local markets or fruit processing factories. Distant marketing requires extra care as custard apples have a poor shelf life   We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available CUSTARD APPLE PLANT CUSTARD APPLE SEED CUSTARD APPLE FRUIT CUSTARD APPLE PULP   With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200      Guava Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/guava-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/guava-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Guava (Psidium guajava) is valued for its delectable taste and aromas a cheap nutritious fruit with a wide adaptability to diverse climatic and soil conditions, guava is an ideal crop to grow in developing countries The guava tree can easily be recognizable for its smooth, thin, brown bark that flakes off, exposing a greenish layer underneath. Guava is used to produce jams, jellies, and juices commercially. Guava may be eaten raw or cooked. Guavas are an excellent source of vitamin C and also contain iron calcium, and phosphorus.     Soil and climate Guava grows well both in wet and dry regions but it does better under irrigation in the dry tracts. It can be grown upto 1000 m altitude.  Well drained soils are the best suited for guava cultivation. It can tolerate salinity and alkalinity.  In saline soils add 3 Kg Gypsum/plant during planting and once in three years after planting to overcome the problem.    Planting material LaSeason of planting The planting is distributed from June - December.   Spacing A spacing 5 - 6m in either way is generally followed.   Planting Plant the layers with the ball of earth in the centre of pit of 45 cm x 45 cm x 45 cm size filled with FYM 10 Kg neem cake 1 Kg and top soil   Irrigation Irrigate copiously immediately after planting, again on third day and afterwards once in 10 days or as and when necessary.   Manures and fertilizers FYM 50 Kg and one Kg in each of N, P and K per tree in two split doses during March and October should be applied. To increase the yield, spray Urea 1 % + Zinc sulphate 0.5% twice a year during March and October. To correct the boron deficiency (reduction in size of leaves and fruit cracking and hardening) spray 0.3% borax during flowering and fruit set stage.   Micronutrients spray for controlling bronzing of leaves A combined spray should be given containing ZnSO4, MgSO4 and MnSo4 @ 0.5% and CuSO4 and FeSO4 @ 0.25 % plus Teepol @ 1ml per 5 lit of solution on various stages as follows: New flush Flowering One month after Fruit set   Intercropping Legumes and short duration vegetable crops may be raised during pre-bearing stage. Aftercultivation Pruning of past season’s terminal growth to a length of 10-15 cm is to be done during September-October and February – March to encourage more laterals.  The erect growing branches are to be bent by tying on to pegs driven on the ground. Old unproductive but healthy trees can be rejuvenated may be either pollarded or cut back to 75 cm from ground level or dehorned by cutting the secondary branches at a distance of 75 cm from their origin.   Plant protection Pests Tea mosquito bug Spray Quinalphos 25 EC at the rate of 2 ml/lit or Malathion 50 EC at the rate of 1 ml/lit or Monocrotophos 36 WSC @ 2ml/lit or neem oil 3 %. Spraying should be done in early mornings or late evenings, at least four times at 21 days interval during fruiting season.   Aphids Spray Monocrotophos 36 WSC @ 1ml/lit or Dimethoate 30 EC @ 2 ml/lit to control aphids.   Mealy bug The mealy bugs can be controlled by spraying Triazophos @ 2ml/lit + neem oil 5 ml or phosalone 0.05% + neem oil 5 ml.  Release of Cryptolaemus montrouzieri beetles (Coccinellid beetles) @ 10 beetles /tree is also recommended.   Fruit fly Spray Quinalphos 25 EC or Malathion 50 EC @ 1 ml/lit four times at 15 days interval. Use polythene bags fish meal trap with 5 gm of wet fish meal + 1 ml. dichlorvos in cotton. 50 traps are required/ha, fish meal and Dichlorvos soaked cotton are to be renewed once in 20 and 7 days respectively.   Safe waiting period For Monocrotophos 36 WSC-10 days and for Malathion 50 EC – 9 days.   Diseases Red rust Spray Copper oxy chloride 2.5 g /lit or Bordeaux mixture 0.6 % or Wettable sulphur 2 g/lit to control red rust.   Harvest Layers come to bearing in 2 - 3 years. The first crop can be harvested during February – July and the second one during September – January.   Yield The crop yields about 25 t/ha.yers are used as planting material. With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200      Lemon Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/lemon-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/lemon-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 LEMON CULTIVATION Acid Lime (Citrus aurantifolia (Christm) Swingle) Rutaceae    Soil and climate The crop can be cultivated in both Tropical and subtropical climate. It can be grown up to 1000 m above MSL. Deep well drained loamy soils are best suited for the cultivation.   Season The planting is done from December – February and June – September.   Planting Healthy seedlings are planted during June to December at 5 to 6 m spacing in 75 cm x 75 cm x 75 cm pits.   Irrigation Irrigate copiously after planting. After establishment of the crop, irrigation is given at 7 – 10 days interval. Water stagnation should be avoided.   Manures and fertilizers per plant N is applied in two doses during March and October.  FYM, P2O5 and K2O are to be applied in October Spray Zinc sulphate at the rate of 0.5% (500 g/100 lit of water) thrice in a year (March, July and October) after the emergence of new flushes.   After cultivation The branches of main stem up to 45 cm from ground level have to be removed. Green leaves @ 30 kg per tree are applied once in 3 months.   Intercropping Legumes and vegetable crops can be raised during pre-bearing age.   Growth regulator To increase the fruit set, spray 2, 4 – D @ 20 ppm during flowering stage. For fruit retention, spray 2, 4 – D @ 20 ppm or NAA @ 30 ppm after fruit set (marble size).   Plant protection Pests Leaf miner The pest can be controlled by spraying Dichlorvos 76 WSC @ 1 ml/lit or Dimethoate 30 EC @ 2 ml/lit or Monocrotophos 36 WSC @ 1.5 ml/lit or neem seed kernel extract (NSKE) @ 50g/lit or 3 % neem cake extract or neem oil.   Leaf caterpillar When the infestation is moderate to severe, Quinalphos25 EC @ 2ml/lit is sprayed to control to control the pest. The larvae can be hand picked and destroyed.   Sucking pests White fly : For control, spray Quinalphos 25 EC @ 2 ml/lit Black fly : For control, spray Monocrotophos 36 WSC @ 1.5 ml/lit Aphids : Spray methyl Demeton 25 EC or Monocrotophos @ 1 ml/lit or neem oil 3ml/lit or Fish oil resin soap 30 g/lit or Quinalphos25 EC 2ml/lit to control the pest. Rust mite : For control, spray Dicofol 18.5 EC @ 2.5 ml/lit or Wettable sulphur 50 WP @ 2 g/lit. Fruit sucking moth Tinospora weed host have to be destroyed. Bait with fermented molasses plus Malathion 50 EC at the rate of 1 ml/lit can be used for control. Bag the fruits with polythene bags punctured at the bottom. Apply smoke and set up light traps or food lures (pieces of citrus fruits) for control.   Shoot borer Prune the withered shoots 4 cm below the dried portions and spray Monocrotophos 36 WSC @ 1 ml/lit or Quinalphos25 EC @ 1.5 ml/lit or Carbaryl 50 WP @ 2 g/lit.   Stem borer The branches containing grubs have to be pruned. Plugging the fresh holes with cotton soaked in Monocrotophos solution mixed @ 5 ml/20 ml of water will also control the pest.   Fruit fly   To control fruit fly, spray Malathion 50 EC @ 1 ml/lit or Fenthion 100 EC @ 1 ml/lit with 1% crude sugar (10 g/lit). Set up bait with Methyl eugenol 0.1% solution mixed with Malathion 50 EC 0.05% between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. Use polythene bags fish meal trap containing 5 g of wet fish meal + 1 ml Dichlorvas in cotton. 50 traps are required/ha, fish meal and Dichlorvos soaked cotton have to be renewed once in 20 and 7 days respectively. Mealy bugs Debark the branches and apply methyl parathion paste. Use sticky trap on the fruit bearing shoots at a length of 5 cm. Use Dichlorvos (0.2%) in combination with fish oil resin soap (25g/lit) as spray or for dipping the fruits for two minutes. Single soil application of Phorate 10G @ 50g per tree around the base at the time of pruning is essential. Release the predator, Cryptolaemus montrouzieri for controlling the pest. Mark the mealy bug infested plants early in the season. Follow ant control methods such as destruction of ant holes, red ant nests and skirting of citrus trees after fruit harvest which prevents the ant migration through side branches. Release beetles @ 10/tree once the patrolling of the ants on the trunk is stopped. Make periodic check during the first fortnight and put dried leaf mulch around the tree trunk 20 days after the release of the beetles to facilitate pupation of the full grown grubs. Make one to three releases per annum depending on the mealy bug populations.   Nematodes Apply Carbofuran 3 G @ 75 g/tree to control citrus nematodes in severe infestations. Apply 20 g Pseudomonas fluorescens formulation per tree at a depth of 15 cm and 50 cm away from the trunk once in four months. Soil application of Phorate @ 2 g followed by drenching with 1 % of Metalaxyl plus Mancozeb 72 WP @ 50 ml/ cutting/ poly bag/ kg of nursery soil is done for controlling citrus decline.   Diseases Twig blight Prune dried twigs and spray 3% Copper oxychloride or 0.1% Carbendazim at monthly intervals to reduce the spread of disease.   Scab Spray 1% Bordeaux mixture to control the disease.    Canker Immediately after pruning one spray of Copper oxychloride (COC) 0.3% is done followed by 4 sprayings with Streptocyclin100 ppm + COC 1.5 kg/ha at monthly intervals.    Tristeza virus Remove the infected trees and destroy.  Spray Methyl demeton 25 EC or Monocrotophos @ 1 ml/lit to control the aphids which spread the disease. Use pre-immunized acid lime seedlings for planting.   Harvest The crop starts bearing from 3rd year after planting.   Post harvest treatment Treating the fruits with 4% wax emulsion followed by pre-packing in 200 gauge polythene bags with 1 % ventilation improves the shelf life for more than 10 days.   Yield The crop yields about 25 t/ha/year.   We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available LEMON PLANT LEMON SEEDS LEMON FRUIT LEMON DRY FRUIT LEMON JUICE LEMONE PEAL With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200      Pomegranate Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/pomegranate-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/pomegranate-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 POMEGRANATE CULTIVATION    TC Pomegranate Plants is native to the Middle East and South Asia. The Pomegranate Plant is one of the first live cultivated foods in the world. The Pomegranate Plant produces Pomegranate that is high in potassium, vitamin C and antioxidants. Pomegranate is a high value crop.   Pomegranate Farming Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is an ancient favourite table fruit of tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. Pomegranate is one of the commercially important fruit crops of India. It is native to Iran (Persia).   Area of Cultivation: Pomegranate is cultivated commercially only in Maharashtra. Small scale plantations are also seen in Gujarat, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Haryana.   Climate Requirements: Pomegranate fruit prefers dry climate for its growth. The tree requires hot and dry climate during fruit development and ripening. Pomegranate tree is deciduous in areas of low winter temperature and an evergreen or partially deciduous in tropical and sub-tropical conditions.   Planting: Planting is usually done in spring (February-March) and July-August in sub-tropical and tropical regions respectively. Square system of planting is mostly adopted. Planting distance is decided on the basis of soil type and climate.   A spacing of 4-5 m. on marginal and very light soils is recommended. High density planting is adopted in temperate regions. High density planting with a spacing gives 2-2.5 times more yield than that obtained when the normal planting distance of 5 X 5 m.   Irrigation: Drip irrigation helps to save 44% on irrigation and 64% when sugarcane trash mulch is used. First irrigation is provided in case of mrig bahar crop in the middle of May followed by regular irrigation till the monsoon sets in. Weekly irrigation in summers and that during winters at fortnightly intervals is recommended. The check basin system of irrigation is usually followed.   Plant Protection: Insect pests mostly observed are fruit borer, mealy bugs, aphids, white fly and fruit sucking moths. Spraying with dimethoate, deltamethrin or malathion etc. depending upon the type of pest infestation has been found to be effective in most cases. The main diseases reported are leaf spot and fruit rot. Application of Mancozeb (2g./l.) during rainy season in case of the former and application of Kavach (2g./l) and Carbendazim/Thiophanate methyl/Baycor/Benomyl (1g./l.) during September/October in case of the latter has been found to be effective in most cases.   Storage: Fruits can be stored in cold storage upto 2 months or 10 weeks at a temperature of 50 C. Longer storage should be at 100 C and 95% RH to avoid chilling injury and weight loss.   We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available POMEGRANATE PLANT POMEGRANATE  SEEDS POMEGRANATE FRUIT   With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200      Geranium Slip https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/geranium-slip.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/geranium-slip.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 GERANIUM CULTIVATION Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens (L) Hervitt.) Geraniaceae   Varieties Algerian, Reunion, IIHR-8, Kodaikanal 1 and Egyptian are the popular varieties under cultivation.   Soil and climate A deep light porous well drained soil rich in organic matter and acidic in reaction with a pH 5.5 to 6.0 is suitable.  An elevation ranging from 1000 - 2400 m with an annual rainfall of 100 to 150 cm evenly distributed throughout the year is ideal.   Propagation Geranium is propagated by stem cuttings. Cuttings of about 10 – 15 cm are taken from current season growth with a well formed crown of leaves with 3 - 4 nodes and terminal bud. Dipping basal portion of the cuttings in 200 ppm of IBA increase the rooting efficiency. Cuttings planted in raised nursery beds will be ready for planting with in 60 days.   Planting Thorough field preparation leading to fine tilth condition is essential.  Rooted cuttings of 2 months age are planted at a spacing of 45 x 45 cm during April - May.   Manuring FYM 25 t/ha and NPK 25:150:100 kg/ha are applied as basal. Remaining 125 kg N/ha in 5 equal splits is applied at every 2 months interval. During June-July of every year, ZnSo4 20 kg/ha and Boron 10 kg/ha are applied.   Irrigation Geranium is usually grown as a rainfed crop. Irrigation during dry periods increases the yield.   After cultivation Weedings, uprooting and burning the diseased plants throughout the life cycle of the plant. From the second year onwards give a deep soil forking around the plants to improve the growth of more suckers.   Pruning Pruning of the bushes is necessary when the bush shows signs of decline.  The branches are cut back leaving 15 - 20 cm once in 4 - 5 years.   Plant protection Pests Nematode To control the nematodes (Meloidogyne hapla) in nursery, apply Carbofuran at 2 kg a.i./ha once in 6 months in June and December. Diseases Wilt Drench with Carbendazim 1 g/lit at monthly intervals.   Harvest and distillation In the year of planting only one harvest can be done at 7 - 8 months and thereafter 3 or 4 harvests can be done in a year.  The tender tip portion with 6 - 12 nodes constitutes the materials for harvest. The harvested material is withered in shade for two to three hours and distilled.   Yield Herbage: 20 - 25 t/ha Oil yield: 15 - 20 kg/ha We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available plant oil     With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200       Mahogany Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/mahogany-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/mahogany-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Mahogany is a kind of ood — the straight - grained, reddish - brown timber . The three species are- Swietenia macrophylla, Swietenia mahagoni and Swietenia humilis. Swietenia species are classified officially as "genuine mahogany".Mahogany is a commercially important lumber prized for its beauty, durability, and color, and used for paneling and to make furniture, boats, musical instruments and other items. The mahogany tree ''sweitenia'' which grow as natural populations in tropical America, Asia,and Africa is a high value timber tree known for its redwood color ,strength,durability,water resistance and aesthetic appeal.the mahogany tree can grows over 60 feet high and reaching around 4-5 feet diameter. The continual increasing demand for hardwood timber , Mahogany can offer a tax effective investment in forestry make mahogany most demanding timber plant in this region. Mahogany is the most prized timber tree of India. It can be grown in almost every part of the country except the dry western zone, although the best Mahogany Plant develops in well drained deep alluvial soil.   Land Preparation Prior to planting Mahogany must be ensured that the selected site is well thoroughly cleared of weeds. Dig pit of size 1.5x1.5x1.5ft. During digging of the pit, care should be thoroughly cleaned of weeds. The pit mixture should compose of well - decomposed organic manure (FYM or compost), de oiled neem cake and Top soil (kept aside during digging of the pit.) The pit mixture is prepared by thoroughly mixing equal parts of organic manure and topsoil, along with 200 grams of de-oiled neem-cake. The pit-mixture thus prepared, should be used for filling the pit.   Pit Filling & Spacing The pits must be filled, as much as possible, only with the prepared pit-mixture. If the topsoil is insufficient, coarse river sand may be used as an inert substitute, which also increases porosity and aeration. A peg may be placed in the centre of the pit for identification during planting. The pits must be filled at least 2weeks before planting, to allow for the pit-mixture to settle. The recommended spacing for the plant is a square or triangular grid type with dimension of 6.0 X 6.5 ft.   Irrigation Watering has to be done immediately after planting. During the first two week watering should be done alternate day. Subsequently, irrigation can be done once in 3 to 4 days depending upon the soil and weather conditions. In non-irrigated lands micro-irrigation systems are recommended.   Fertilizer Application & Doses Fertilizer should be applied in 8 split doses. First year N: P: K (17:17:17) & Micro Nutrients 200gms. / Plant / month, except dormancy (Dec - Jan) period. Every month this has to be split and applied through pocket manuring. Make hole 1 ft. away from the plants and the depth of the pit should be 1 ft. Apply the fertilizer in the hole and fill it with the soil.   Month No. of Holes GMS/ Holes No. of Application / Month Quantity 1st 4 10 3 120gms 2nd 4 15 3 180gms 3rd 4 15 3 180gms 4th 4 25 2 200gms 5th 4 25 2 200gms After 5th the same type of pocket manuring can be continued upto three years.   Micro nutrient application 1 gm / lt. Of water, foliar application once in 15 days for 1 year.   Maintenance The site must be cleaned of weeds and the soil around the plant should be kept loose and well aerated. Mahogany can grow on a variety of soils. The quality of its growth, however, depends on the depth, structure, porosity, drainage and moisture-holding capacity of the soil. It develops best on deep, well-drained and fertile soils. Mahogany prefers moist, warm tropical climate. It can withstand extremes of temperature, but maximum & minimum shade temperatures of 25- 44. 0 c is the most favorable for its growth. It grows well in rainfall zone of 1200-2500 mm. It prefers a deep, fertile. The sandy soil is considered to be the best soil texture for this tree. It fails to grow in the soil with pH below 6.5.The calcium content of the soil is also an important factor; calcium deficiency in the soil results in stunted growth of Mahogany Planting.   Harvesting, yield & Returns The highest growth is recorded under plantation condition in BIHAR and tarai belt of NEPAL. At 10 years of age the height growth was 23.1m and diameter was 28.7 cm. From the general yield table in the first quality Mahogany at 10 years of age, the average diameter is 27.2 cm and average height is 23.2m. The number of trees per acre is 1200-1500. The total yield of stem timber is about 36000 Cft timbers on good sites. At the best we may expect a tree to produce a maximum of 20 Cft of timber in 10 years under best conditions of intensive management and there could be a maximum of 1500 trees per acre.   Technical Support We also provide technical support for farming. We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available plant SEED With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200       Vetiver Slips https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/vetiver-slips.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/vetiver-slips.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 A dense, clumping perennial grass, to 1.5 m in height, native in India and Ceylon. 'Monto' is a sterile (non-seed producing) variety specially selected not to become weedy. In its natural environment, vetiver grows on riverbanks up to an altitude of 600m. It requires a hot and humid climate. It is adaptable to a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. It can be established on very acid, sodic, alkaline or saline soils. Vetiver tolerates very high levels of aluminum, manganese and a range of heavy metals in the soil.  Due to its extensive and deep root system, vetiver is very tolerant of drought. It can stand extreme heat (50°C) and frost (-10°C) and can be established in areas with an annual rainfall from 450 mm and higher. Vetiver is sensitive to shade and this will slow growth, especially in young plants.   VETIVER CULTIVATION Economic part - Roots Major constituents - Vetiverone, Vetiverols, Vetivernate Uses - Perfumery, cosmetics   Varieties There, are basically two main types, viz. (1) Seedling type and (2) Non seedling type The one that grows wild in North India is mainly the seedling type while that of the South is the non-seedling type. Hybrid 8, sugandha, ODV-3 are the superior strains for cultivation   Climate and Soil Well drained, sandy loam and red laterite soils of pH 6-8 are considered ideal as the roots produced in such soils are thick and contain more essential oil. The crop grows luxuriantly with a rainfall of 100-200 cm and a temperature of 30-40oc.   Planting There are three different systems of planting adopted by different growers. 1) System 1: Conical ridges, 30-38 cm high and 48 cm apart are made at the summit and the slips planted 23 cm apart on the summit. 2) System 2: The land is laid out into beds of 30 cm high, 68 cm wide and 45 cms apart edge to edge and the slips are planted on these in two rows 22.5 cm apart, leaving 22.5 cm on either sides. 3) System 3: The beds are made 45 cm high, 60 cm wide and 30 cm apart edge to edge and two rows, 30 cm apart, are planted on these leaving 15 cm on either side. The spacing within the row is also 30 cm in this system.     Propagation Vetiver can be propagated through slips. The top of the slips are cut down before planting to prune transpiration loss, thus giving a better chance for survival of the slips.   The slips are planted in pits, five to eight cm deep made with a pointed stick. One hectare requires 1,50,000 to 2,25,000 slips with 2 - 3 slips per pit in the commonly adopted system of planting (IInd method).   The best planting time to get higher oil yield under South Indian condition is June-July.     Crop stand Manures and Fertilizers: Application of FYM at 10 ton/ha and 60 kg of N, 22.5 kg in each of P2O5 and K2O was found to be efficient in increasing the yield of vetiver.   Intercropping During the initial crop growth (70-90 days) crops like cowpea, black gram, green gram, cluster bean, pigeon pea, senna and sacred basil can be grown.   Plant protection No serious insect pests attack this crop.  In dry areas termites and white ants attack the roots. Leaf blight caused by Curvularia trifolii and Fusarium diseases is controlled by repeated spraying and drenching with copper oxychloride or 15 Bordeaux mixture. Scale insects are kept under check by application of metasystox (0.4%) or chlorpyriphos at 2.5 l/ha.   Harvesting The plants planted in July should be harvested after 18 months to get the maximum oil yield. Harvesting is usually done during dry season (December to February) by manually digging out the bush along with its roots. The roots are then separated from the leaves, washed and dried under the shade for 1-2 days before distillation. The roots that possess the following characteristics have good oil content. It should 1. Be slightly reddish brown 2. expose a hard surface when the skin is peeled off 3. be thick, hard, long and wiry and 4. give a very bitter taste when chewed.   Yield On an average one hectare of vetiver plantation yields 3-4 ­­ tones of roots which on distillation yield 15 to 16 kg of oil. Roots yield 1.00 to 1.50 per cent of oil on dry weight basis.    We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available plant oil     With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis.+91-9799931200       Milk Thistle Seeds https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/milk-thistle-seeds.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/milk-thistle-seeds.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 MILK THISTLE CULTIVATION Originated in Europe but also present in North America, is a hardy annual plant that can be found growing wild in rocky, dry areas. It is often considered as an invasive weed; however, due to its benefits for liver health, milk thistle has become widely popular and nowadays is a common addition to many gardens and backyards. The following growing guidelines offer valuable advise about how to cultivate and take care of milk thistle at home.   1. Preparing the Soil Milk thistle is a hardy plant that grows well in different environments, but it prefers high temperatures and dry conditions. The only requirement for milk thistle is a well-draining soil.   2. Planting To grow milk thistle outdoors, spread the seed directly over the desired area in the spring or fall. Milk thistle seeds only take two weeks to germinate. Since it grows in clumps, it is recommendable to space the plant 12-15 inches (30-38 cm) apart.   Plant Care 3.Watering Milk thistle is a very drought tolerant plant and prefers dry conditions. It should not be necessary to water milk thistle unless there are very extreme conditions of drought.   4.Fertilizing If you wish to increase the seed production of milk thistle, you can fertilize this plant with nitrogen and potassium. However, that is rarely necessary because milk thistle is a hardy plant that thrives in poor soils.   5. Harvest The seeds are the main part of the milk thistle plant that are harvested for use. Mature seeds are ideal because of their high levels of silymarin. You will know which seeds are the most mature because they turn brown and are protected by the pappus, a circle of hairs formed from the modified calyx that appears as silvery white fluff. This particular form is found on the seeds of plants in the Asteraceae family, such as  and thistle. The pappus assists in the dispersal of the seeds by wind, acting as a parachute.   When the flower have finished blooming and it is loaded with seeds, the flower head must be cut with less than one inch (2.5 cm) of stem. This operation can also be done by hand, in which case it is necessary to wear thick clothing and gloves since the plant has many very sharp thorns.   We provide Agro technology and Agribusiness consultancy through better utilization of your resources, value of your money, independent consultancy, cost effective, profitable solutions and complete satisfaction without any deviation.   Material Available SEED extract With a proper network of buyers with us, we are able to provide returns of  the farmers/cultivators who purchase the planting material from us and do farming as per our instructions. The crop/crops under buy back agreement are provided with targeted requirements. We are making farming a business which gives assured profits.   Persons interested in farming with buy back agreement will be entertained only on prior appointment basis. +91-9799931200       Medicinal Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/medicinal-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/medicinal-plants.htm Fri, 27 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Aromatic Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/aromatic-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/aromatic-plants.htm Fri, 27 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Moringa Leaf Plants https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/moringa-leaf-plants.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/moringa-leaf-plants.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Moringa oleifera Lamarck,   originally from India, is widely distributed in many tropical regions; in the Pacific region (Aregheore 2002), in West Africa (Freiberger et al 1998; Lockett et al 2000), as well as Central America and the Caribbean (Ramachandran et al 1980; Foidl et al 1999).   It is a multi-purpose plant cultivated for medicinal applications and used as food and feed. Seeds of Moringa were extracted for oil and curry powder (Golh 1998) and have been used for cleaning water. In some places in Vietnam, Moringa leaves are used for food (Pham Hoang Ho 1970). Agronomic trials with Moringa (Manh et al 2003) show that the plant can grow well in hilly areas, in weathered soils of low fertility in Tinh Bien district, An Giang province. However, information about growth of Moringa in the acid soil regions of the Mekong Delta is almost absent.   Moringa foliage is known as a rich protein source, low anti-nutritional factors (Makka and Becker 1996). Moringa foliages is therefore a potential inexpensive protein source (Sarwatt 2004).  The aim of the present study was firstly to measure some agronomic characteristics of Moringa for biomass production and secondly to evaluate its use as a basal diet for goat production. A comparison between methods of feeding Moringa and Leucaena (by hanging the branches or putting them in the feed trough) was included in the study in view of the findings by Theng Kouch et al (2003) that hanging the branches of forage shrubs supported higher feed intakes and digestibility as compared with putting it in the feed trough. Lemon Grass Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/lemon-grass-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/lemon-grass-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Lemon grass also called Cochin Grass or Malabar Grass is native to India and tropical Asia.  It is grown and found in different parts of India and is used in perfumes business and also for medicinal purposes. Lemon is also used as a pesticide and preservative. Research shows that lemon grass has anti-fungal properties. Because of Lemon Grass wide spread use in different industries, Indian farmers have started cultivating it in huge amount. In the coming years, you can surmise that farmers involved in Pharmaceutical and Perfumes industry, Lemon Grass plantation will be preferred because of its widespread demand.  Napier Grass https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/napier-grass.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/napier-grass.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Forestry https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/forestry.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/forestry.htm Fri, 27 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Bamboo Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/bamboo-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/bamboo-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Bamboo is one of the commercially cultivated crops in India and it is also considered as ‘a poor man’s timber’. India is the second largest producer of Bamboo in the world after China. The yearly bamboo production in the country is estimated at around 3.23 million tons. In Asia, bamboo is the most integrated part of the culture and is used as a substitute to woods. Although there are around 136 species of bamboo that exist in the country, still only some of them are commercially feasible. Sandalwood Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/sandalwood-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/sandalwood-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Santalum album commonly known as East Indian Sandalwood or Chandan belongs to the family Santalaceae. It is highly valuable and becoming endangered species. It is distributed all over the country and more than 90% lies in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu covering 8300 sq kms.  Sandalwood plays an important role in the religious life of Indians. The essential oil obtained from this wood has occupied significant place in perfumery industries/market. Although it is available in some other countries still the Indian Sandalwood has retained its dominance over other sources because of its quality.   Sandalwood is light demanding and can be easily suppressed by faster-growing species. Cultivation of sandal in India is less attempted though the potential is high. Sandal trees freely produce seed and natural regeneration occurs both via seedlings and through root suckers after trees have been uprooted and the stump removed from the ground. Poplar Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/poplar-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/poplar-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Horticulture https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/horticulture.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/horticulture.htm Fri, 27 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Banana Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/banana-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/banana-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Banana is the oldest and commonest fruit known to the mankind. It is one of the important fruits, and constitutes second largest fruit industry in India. It is nutritious palatable and easily digestible fruit. It is available round the year because of its taste, nutritive and medicinal value. Banana is rich in carbohydrates, minerals such as calcium, potassium, Mg, Na and phosphorous. Other than fresh fruits, it can be consumed as processed in various forms like chips, powder, flakes, etc. Banana pseudostem is chopped and used as cattle feed. Also, the leaves are used as plate. The botanical names of banana are Musa cavendish and Musa paradisiaca, which belongs to the family Musaceae. Banana is the second most important fruit crop of India next to mango. It is favorite fruit of all classes of people. Thai Lemon Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/thai-lemon-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/thai-lemon-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Lemon is cultivated in all parts of the country for the simple reason that it grows even in temperate lands. It does not penetrate its root too deep. Lemon is a perishable commodity and it has been used by the people in their day to day activities in cooking, bathing and preparing medicines. In India, Lemon is an important plantation crop. It is grown in an area of 18.39 lakh hectares, mainly in the four southern states of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. In Kerala and parts of interior Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Thai Guava Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/thai-guava-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/thai-guava-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The Seedless guava grows on an evergreen tree that can range from 3 to 10 meters tall. It has a shrub-like growth habit with smooth bark that is brownish-green or even red. Ornate feathery blossoms of white and pink dot the foliage and later give way to small green fruits. Seedless guavas are quite misshapen and range from round, ovoid or pyriform and have a thin lime-green skin that is fully edible when ripe.  Dragon Fruit Plant https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/dragon-fruit-plant.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/dragon-fruit-plant.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus) is a tropical fruit that belongs to the climbing cactus (Cactaceae) family.   Widely cultivated in Vietnam, the fruit is popular in Southeast Asia and is apart from being refreshing and tasty, the dragon fruit is a rich source of vitamin C, calcium and phosphorus, and is known to aid digestion. Dragon fruit, Its health benefits and the great dragonfruit nutrition benefits make dragonfruit cactus fruit popular all over the world - Dragon fruit is now being discovered in the US and that market is growing as people realize the special health benefits of it and its great nutrional benefits like its high antioxidant amounts and vitamin C levels. Medicinal Herbs https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/medicinal-herbs.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/medicinal-herbs.htm Fri, 27 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Ashwagandha Herb https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/ashwagandha-herb.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/ashwagandha-herb.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Ashwagandha is a plant that grows mostly in India, Pakistan and North America. The root base of the ashwagandha herb has been applied for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine. Ashwagandha has many positive effects on human health, such as flavonoids and elements of the with anolide class. Several today's studies have found that ashwagandha is efficient in lowering inflammation, reducing stress, improving mental activity, energizing the body, as a healthy antioxidant and it may also cure tumors. Black Tulsi https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/black-tulsi.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/black-tulsi.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Black Turmeric https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/black-turmeric.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/black-turmeric.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The rhizome of kali haldi has a bitter, sharp, hot taste, and a pleasant odour. It has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, and is laxative. It is used as a tonic for the brain and the heart. Rhizomes are useful in treating leucoderma, piles, bronchitis, asthma, tumors, and tuberculous glands of the neck, enlarge- ment of the spleen, epileptic seizures, inflammations, and al- lergic eruptions. Black turmeric is native to Northeastern and Central India where it has been part of cultural ceremonies and medicinal remedies. Black turmeric is used by many tribal communities in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra. The herb is sold fresh or dried in markets across India and Southeast Asia. As of 2016, Black turmeric has been listed as an endangered species by the Indian Agricul- tural Department. Efforts are being made to protect and conserve Black turmeric in Odisha, on the central eastern coast, along the Bay of Bengal. Brahmi Herb https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/brahmi-herb.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/brahmi-herb.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The botanical name of Brahmi is Bacopa monnieri and belongs to family Scrophulariaceae. It is mainly found in warmer and humid conditions. Whole herb i.e. seeds, roots, leaves, rhizomes etc. are used for preparing various drugs. Drugs prepared from Brahmi is used as anticancer and used to cure anemia, asthma, diuretic, tumours and epilepsy. It is also used as an antidote for snake bite. It is a creeping annual herb with average height of 2-3 feet with branched roots at the nodes. Flowers are of whitish or pale blue in color with small and oval shaped fruit. Seeds are 0.2-0.3mm in size with dark brown in color. North and South America, Europe, Australia, southern India, Asia and Africa are major countries growing Brahmi. Chia Seeds https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/chia-seeds.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/chia-seeds.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Salvia hispanica is the scientific name for Chia seeds, and is commonly known as China, and it is a flowering plant from the mint family, Lamiaceae, which is native to central and southern Mexico and Guatemala. It is considered a pseudocereal, mainly cultivated for its edible, hydrophilic Chia seed, grown and commonly used as food in several countries of western South America, western Mexico, and the southwestern United States.   Chia seeds are one of the nutrition and healthy food items nowadays. Chia seeds are edible in several ways. There are a lot of Chia recipes you can discover yourself. There are many more recipes that you can experiment yourself. Chia grows well in tropical and subtropical regions; it is optimally established from 400 to 2500 m a.s.l., but the areas below 200 m elevation are not good for Chia cultivation). Chia crop is intolerant to freezing at the early stages of growth.   It can grow it successfully at altitudes up to 3200 ft. It thrives light soil, and benefits from good nutrition. It is a hardy plant, which makes organic farming a great success. Yields of Chia seeds are around 2880 kg per acre are common. Harvesting and processing depend on the location and the size of the farm, but the commercial farms would harvest with a combine harvester and then process it similar to quinoa, wild rice etc.   Chia seeds vary in size, the sizes of the seeds depend on the moisture available there and its range. Chia plants grow up to 3 cm to 4 cm under dry environmental conditions and up to 60 cm, if grown in optimal growth conditions.   The leaves of the plant are thick and wrinkled and are dark green in color. The leaves are deeply lobed with a thin cover of fine, soft, grayish hairs are available on its upper surface. The plants have many stems which emerge from the base of the plant. The flowers of the plants have with two lips in pale blue to deep blue. Each flower has 13 tiny flat seeds which is 1.5-2 mm in length and is gray to light brown in colors. Coleus Herb https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/coleus-herb.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/coleus-herb.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 The plant called the Coleus, Botanic name Coleus forskohlil is an aromatic perennial plant about two feet tall when fully mature. Coleus possesses tuber like roots and a straight anderect stem with colourful leaves.  The coleus has an aromatic fragrance resembling the scent of the camphor plant. Ginger https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/ginger.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/ginger.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Ginger, an indigenous plant, is an important spice crop of the world. It is valued in medicine as a carminative and stimulant of the gastro-intestinal tract. Dry ginger is used for the manufacture of oil, oleoresin, essence, soft drink, non-alcoholic beverages and vitaminesed effervescent soft drinks. India is the largest producer and exporter to more than 50 countries accounting for more than 70% of world production.   The botanical name of ginger is Zingiber officinale L. which belongs to the family Zingiberaceae. Ginger is a herbaceous perennial with underground rhizomes having serial leafy shoots of 0.5 to 0.75m height; leaves sheathy, alternately arranged, linear with 15 cm long and sessile flowers borne on a spike, condensed, oblong and cylindrical with numerous scar bracts; flowers numerous yellow in colour with dark purplish spots, bisexual, epigynous, stamens only one, ovary inferior, three carpelled; fruit an oblong capsule, seeds glabrous and fairly large. Gokhru Herb https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/gokhru-herb.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/gokhru-herb.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Gokshura is an herb and also it is a medicinal plant. It is used in preparation of medicines. It is one of the pure herb which is used in Ayurvedic medicines. The Gokshura is originated from the genus of Tribulus. Gokshura belong to Zygophyllaceae family. The Gokshura is scientifically named as Tribulus terrestris. These herbs are not only used in Ayurvedic medicines, but also in other Indian Medicines like Siddha, Unani and Kashmiri. In North America it is an invasive species. It is an herbaceous tap-rooted perennial plant. These are mainly found in Southern Europe, Australia, Africa, India, China, Vietnam and Southern Asia. As this is mostly found in the subtropical parts so in India also these Gokshura is found in Punjab, Gujarat, Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttaranchal. This Gokshura herb is also named as Gokharu, Gokhru, Gokhru, Bahukantaka and Chirupalleru. Indian Akarkara https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/indian-akarkara.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/indian-akarkara.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Akarkara (Spilanthes Acmella) is also known as Acmella oleracea is a unique and versatile herbal plant and also known as anti-toothache plant with high medicinal usages So, it has been recognized as an important medicinal plant. Due to its traditional uses in health care and as food, now-a-days, there is an increasingly demand all over the world.  Akarkara flowers begin with thick red stuff; they increasingly stretch and turn yellow, keeping the red on the top. Naturally leaves are dark green and the stems, leaf stalks and veins dark green with light-purple colour. It can be an easily grown plant with a spreading and bringing up the rear habit  Irani Akarkara https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/irani-akarkara.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/irani-akarkara.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Akarkara (Spilanthes Acmella) is also known as Acmella oleracea is a unique and versatile herbal plant and also known as anti-toothache plant with high medicinal usages So, it has been recognized as an important medicinal plant. Due to its traditional uses in health care and as food, now-a-days, there is an increasingly demand all over the world.  Akarkara flowers begin with thick red stuff; they increasingly stretch and turn yellow, keeping the red on the top. Naturally leaves are dark green and the stems, leaf stalks and veins dark green with light-purple colour. It can be an easily grown plant with a spreading and bringing up the rear habit. Kalmegh Herb https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/kalmegh-herb.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/kalmegh-herb.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Kalmegh is hardy plant and has been used as medicine since time immemorial. This plant is also known as 'Rice bitter' in West Indies and 'King of bitters' or 'Chiretta' in England. The fresh and dried leaves of Kalmegh are used as drugs in India. Branches are quadrangular and narrowly winged towards the apical region Fresh Pudina https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/fresh-pudina.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/fresh-pudina.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Pudina also known as menthe is an energizing herb. Mint is used as mint oil, tooth pastes, mouth washes and flavoring agents in many dishes. Its leaves are used for preparing various drugs. Drugs prepared from mint are used in treatment of nasal, rheumatism, neuralgia, carminative and bronchial treatment. It is used in wide range of pharmaceutical. It is a small herb with average height of 1-2 feet with spreading root stocks. Safed Musli https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/safed-musli.htm https://www.amritanjaliayurved.net/safed-musli.htm Wed, 08 Sep 2021 00:00:00 +0530 Safed Musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum) is a tuber crop belonging to the family Liliaceae. It is partly a herb with sub-erect lanceolate leaves. 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