Latest Products Latest Products Wed, 29 Aug 2018 11:20:33 +0530 en-us Herbal Juice Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 We hold expertise in manufacturing, exporting & supplying of Herbal Juice. We supply different varieties of Herbal Juice like Aloe Vera Juice and Amla Juice. The Herbal Juice we supply is processed and packed as per the set health and hygiene parameters. Aloe Vera Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 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 Expenditure : At a distance of 2 * 2ft  13,000 saplings can be planted in one Acre of land Plantation cost is to be borne only once and then for next 5yrs yield can be extracted. Cost of Cultivation (13000plants * Rs.4/ plant)= Rs.   52,000/- Income & Yield From each plant you get 3kg leaves within the first year of plantation. 13,000 plants  * 3kgs = 39000kgs Income from 1 acre is 39000kgs  * Rs.2/-  = Rs.78,000/- (from first year of plantation) In the second year, within every 6months harvesting is done. 39000kgs * Rs.2/- = Rs.78,000/- * 2 times harvesting = Rs. 1,56,000/- This income continues for next 4years of cultivation. 5 yrs total Income = Rs. 7,02,000/- Cost of Cultivation (To be borne only once) = Rs.    52,000/- Weeding & other cleaning expenditure of land = Rs. 25,000/- 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.   Moringa Drumstick Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 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 Sarpagandha Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 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 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 Lemongrass Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 We have a team of expert quality analysts that stringently checks each and every stage for ensuring quality products at buyer's end. We have captured the market with the wide array of products; we make available the same from Udaipur(India).   More About Lemongrass Plants : 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. In the present scenario, Lemon grass is being grown in huge quantity in different parts of the nation and shall continue the same way. For industrial Use, cymboogon flexuosus nees species of Lemon grass is in demand both nationally and internationally. This species of Lemon Grass is also preferred from an Agriculture point of view. Chemical Composition of Lemon Grass : As per GLC report, Lemongrass Oil consist of the following important component Citral A (46.60%), Citral B (27.7%), Flerensol (12.8%), Farnesol (3%), Borinyol (1.9%), Triphenoil Acitate (0.90%), α-terpineol (2.25%), Terpinine (0.5%), Beta Terpineol (0.40%), geranial & Nerol, (1.5%). Lemon Grass grown in Central India, has 75% of citral in it, which is considered to be good for oil. Main Uses of Lemon Grass : Lemongrass is used in  two forms - Lemongrass oil Lemongrass Leaves   Lemon Grass Oil Uses : This form of Lemon Grass, is the most popular and beneficial way to use in Industries. The oil is extracted from the leaves and stem of lemon grass plant. Lemon Grass oil is used in the making of soaps, and also in perfumes, scents, attar and incense sticks (agarbatti). Lemon Grass oil is also used as a medicinal herbs  in the pharmaceutical industry. Lemon Grass oil is further processed into Aplha Ayonen and Beta ayonen. This Ayonen is used in a raw material in the production of Vitamin A. Lemon Grass oil has anti fungal and bacterial properties. Lemongrass oil revitalizes the body and relieves the symptoms of jetlag, clears headaches and helps to combat nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions. It is a great overall tonic for the body and it boosts the parasympathetic nervous system, which is a boon when recovering from illness, as it also stimulates glandular secretions. It is useful with respiratory infections such as sore throats, laryngitis and fever and helps prevent spreading of infectious diseases. It is helpful with colitis, indigestion and gastro-enteritis. Lemongrass oil helps tone the muscles and tissue, relieves muscle pains by making the muscle more supple. It helps with correcting poor circulation and as an insect repellant. It helps to keep pets clean of fleas, ticks and lice. It also is used for clearing up oily skin and acne, as well as athlete's foot. It alleviates excessive perspiration. Lemon Grass oil is used to subside the smell of seafood, sauces and alcohol. It is used a flavor in Chinese and Thai Cuisine. Lemon Grass Leaves Uses : Dry Lemon grass leaves are widely used in Herbal tea, Lemon tea and various other types and varieties of Herbal tea. Herbal Tea producing companies use Lemon Grass leaves in great quantity. In India, Lemon grass leaves (especially grown in Madhya Pradesh) are exported to major Herbal Tea Companies based in England and France. Apart from the above mentioned uses, Lemon Grass oil has various other uses. It is used in Kadaa (Concentrated liquid) to recover from illness. Lemon grass oil gives a cooling effect which is extremely helpful in curing cold and other respiratory problems. When combined with Black Pepper in the form of Concentrated liquid (Kadaa) it helps in kidney related diseases. It is also used for reliving muscles pains and joint pain. Lemon grass leaves when made in to a paste has anti fungal qualities and therefore, is helpful in treating Ringworm. Lemon Grass also helps in improving digestion. It is also helpful for the urinary related problem and reduces gastric problems. As seen above, Lemon grass has widespread utility not only for perfumes industry but also for Pharmaceutical medical purposes. Because of it huge demand worldwide, there great possibilities of Lemon Grass becoming a great Cash product in agriculture in India.  Lemon Grass Oil Marketing Strategy : Presently, the market for Lemon Grass is at a good level. There are a lot of traders based in Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad etc which are into selling and marketing the lemon grass oil in great amounts. There is great scope and demand for Lemon Grass in other countries too. Therefore, apart from Lemon Grass production of Citral can also done. Because of widespread use of it, in different industries, there is a great possibility of increase in its demand both nationally and internationally by Well- known and well established countries worldwide. Farmers can apply buy-back guarantee as a marketing tool/ strategy to increase it demand in the market. As you have seen above, Lemon Grass has a lot of utilities, one of them being low maintenance plant, .i.e. that once it is cultivated; there is no need to check back on it for the next 5yrs. The Lemon Grass plant is very sturdy and can take harsh weather conditions. It also doesn’t require too watering and is not eaten by wild animals/ cattle. Selling lemon grass product .i.e. oil & leaves is also fairly easy because of it great and enormous amount of uses. Because it is beneficial a lot of progressive farmers have chosen Lemon Grass farming over other agriculture products and this rate is only expected to increase in near future. Lemon Grass Species : Lemon Grass has quite a few species and the most popular ones are Pragati, Praman, Cauvery, Krishna R.L.L 16, GRL – 1 etc. The most popular species which is grown in Madhya Pradesh is S.K.P 25. This species grows upto 6ft tall and you can extract 1% oil out of the plant. This species of Lemon Grass has proved beneficial for Rajasthan also. Agriculture Techniques : Preparing the soil/ Tillage : Once it is cultivated, it can be yielded for the next 5years. The soil has to be ploughed well, so that it is aerated enough. Labour intensives & capital intensives ways of ploughing can be use . Manure/ Pesticides/ Fertilizers : Cow dung Manure or Composite Manure should be used in good amounts for Lemon Grass cultivation. While tilling/ preparing the soil for cultivation itself you should use the manure. Manure should be used 5 times in a year  and spread around the roots of the plant for best results. On an average, use 10 tons per acre of Manure for Lemon Grass plantation. As far as chemical fertilizers are concerned, on an average you can use 60 quintals Nitrogen, 16 Quintals Phosphorous and 16 quintal Potassium. 1/3 portion of this mixture of Chemical fertilizers should be used while tilling/ preparing the soil and the remaining at the time of mowing. Seeding / Irrigation Process : If there isn’t any water problem, then Lemon Grass seeds can be sowed anytime throughout the year. Plantation Process : Use a small spade to dig about 5-6 centimeters deep and then plant the Lemon Grass sapling. If the hole is dug deep then there is possibility of the roots to rot. Before planting, make sure you remove dry leaves and waste roots from the sapling.. Put the sapling straight in to the hole. After planting cover the plant with mud and press it well and also water the plant or field after planting other sapling. Make sure there in no watering logging in the field or around the sapling. There has to be minimum difference of at least 30-45 centimeters between each sapling. For good yield makes you have a distance of at least, 40 by 40 centimeters between each sapling. Irrigation Process : Once if the irrigation is done properly, then lemon grass doesn’t require too much watering. But you have to make the soil has to have moisture content in it. During summer, irrigation/ watering should be done within 10 days and 15days in winter. This is result in best result of the plant. Weeding Process : Weeding is required only in the first plantation year, as weeds/ unwanted plants keep reducing with each year. Harvesting : Within the first 180days of plantation, the plant is ready for harvesting. Cut the plant 10-15cms from the ground level. The plant re-grows after the first harvest. Infact within 90-120 days it is ready the harvest. Like this, after every 90-120days from harvest the plant is ready for harvesting. Therefore, you at least get 2-3 harvests a year from Lemon grass plants. If the land is not very fertile and there is water shortage, even then you get 2harvest from this plant.  Availability of Lemon Grass Oil : Lemon Grass oil is extracted from the leaves of the plant. Distillation process is used to extract oil. If the leaves are cut in smaller pieces then more oil can be extracted. The distillation process takes about 2-3hours. If every year, lemon grass is harvest twice then you can extract about 100litres of oil. This productivity increase with each coming year. The productivity of leaves and oil increase from 0.6 to 1%. Income & expenditure on Lemon Grass Production/ Farming : Expenditure : In 1 acer at a distance of 40*40cms around 30,000 sapling can be grown. 30,000 * Rs.3 per sapling (including transportation) = Rs.90,000/ expenditure. This expenditure is an one-time expenditure and the yield is for the next 5yrs. Income / Productivity : From 1 acer  plantation, you can get Lemon Grass oil within first 6 months and you get about 50litres of oil and in the next 6months it goes up to 60litres. In the first year of planting Lemon Grass you get about 70litries of Lemon Grass Oil. 110litres * Rs.1000/- per liter = Rs.1,10,000/- income per harvest. Lemongrass material available : Lemongrass Slip Lemongrass Fresh Green Leaves Palmarosa Grass Wed, 07 Sep 2016 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. Income & expenditure on palmarosa Production/ Farming : Expenditure : In 1 acer  at a distance of 40*40cms around 30,000 sapling can be grown. 30,000 * Rs.4/- per sapling (including transportation) = Rs.1,20,000/ expenditure. This expenditure is an one-time expenditure and the yield is for the next 5yrs. Income / Productivity From 1 acer plantation, you can get Palmarosa oil within first 6 months and you get about 50 litres of oil and in the next 6months it goes up to 70 litres. In the first year of planting  pamarosa you get about 120litres of Palmrosa Oil. 120 litres * Rs.1200/- per litre = Rs.1,44,000/- income per harvest. Palmarosa Meterial available : Palmarosa Slip Palmarosa Seeds Palmarosa Oils Safed Musli Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 One stop destination for the best in class and exceptional assortment of Safed Musli Plants(Chlorophytum Borivilianum); we are a reliable Supplier amidst the customers. Our company has all the necessary logistic resources and connection to make on time delivery of order(s).   More about Safed Musli Plants : We are Experienced Suppliers of Safed Musli Planting material and Dry Safed Musli in India. We provide Growth Hormones for cultivating safed musli of Genuine Chlorophytum Borivilianum and Dry Safed Musli. It is one of the Finest crop to cultivate, which is commercially viable. Safed Musli can be cultivated even by a novice or a lehman who has no experience of farming. With our given literature of ‘Cultivation Techniques’ any person can do Safed Musli cultivation very easily.Returns/Year : Can be upto Rs.3,50,000/Acre/Year {Approx.}Marketing/Selling : We purchase and sell the Safed Musli Planting Material as well as Dry material/ Dry Safed Musli. In addition, we provide the contact details of persons engaged in buying of Safed Musli in any form. Buy Back Agreement & other Marketing Facility is also provided for Safed Musli Farming to the growers who associate with us & start.Yield : With the usage of our cultivation techniques & products, the growers are getting yield upto 6 times (Depending on cultivation methods & other factors at Field). Therefore, you may get a yield of 20-25 quintal Tubers/Acre/Year.Harvesting : Safed Musli Crop is harvested after the month of March after it becomes fully matured. Therefore, it is a crop of only 9 months.Storage : It is stored after anti-fungal treatment. It is stored in Sand or Wooden powder. Proper guidance will be provided for storing of Wet material as well as Dry Roots which can be stored for more than a year without any special treatment.Irrigation : It requires moisture in the soil till the time it is in the soil. On an average after August, we have to irrigate the Safed Musli Field in every 20-22 days {approx.} because till August Rain water does the work itself.Planting/Sowing Material Requirement :  At least 4 quintal {400 kg} of fresh & healthy tubers of only Chlorophytum Borivilianum variety having crown portion on top is needed for Sowing. Majority of Suppliers/Sellers of Safed Musli Planting Material befool the clients by just supplying them the adulterated Safed Musli Planting Material which then gives only Loss to the Farmers.  Therefore,only Genuine variety Planting material must be purchased.Manures & Growth Agents : Safed Musli is for human consumption as a Medicine, it is mandatory to use natural or organic products for manure. We have Pack of such marvelous liquids and powders, which increases the yield of crops even being Organic. Growers can try our products in small quantity and can see the difference to believe.Bed Preparation : Raised beds are required for Safed Musli production to prevent water logging and for the proper development of the tubers.Time of Planting : Safed Musli Tubers are planted in raised beds in the month of June-August. Initially it was done till July but due to uncertainty of rainy season, it is planted till August also.Land Preparation : It is a very important task to be performed before sowing Safed Musli Tubers because as soon as Tubers are planted, they absorb everything from the soil and develop accordingly. Therefore, we have to make our land full of useful nutrients & substances responsible for growth and high yield of Safed Musli.Safed Musli Meterial Avilable : Safed Musli Planting Meterial Safed Musli Dry Safed Musli Fresh Akarkara Plant Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 The team of quality auditors, that we have, strictly checks the entire production process for ensuring zero defects at buyer's end. We are specialist in making available Akarkara Plants(Anacyclus pyrethrum) in a wide spectrum of grades and specifications.   More about Akarkara Plant : Akarkara  (Spilanthes Acmella) is a valuable gift from the nature to living being.  Akarkara  fresh or dry (Panchang) is used in manufacture of many ayurvedic, Homoeopathic, unanai, and alopathic medicines. AKARKARA has natural oil, which is good source for health. 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. Akarkara (Spilanthes Acmella) is native to Brazil and Africa. It is an annual herb with Flower, Leaf and Root is non-toxic and has similar properties. To chew a fresh bud of Akarkara, Get your friends to try it, it is an experience everyone should enjoy. Within a few seconds, your mouth will start producing large amounts of saliva, followed by a very intense tingling and numbing effect. It disinfects and stimulates every inch of yours mouth. The plants have long been used in India for the treatment of gum and dental problems. The flowers and roots are the strongest part of the plant. Flowers and leaves are used by Ayurved Doctor (Vaid) to improve the immune system, improve digestion, help in hiccough & nausea. Akarkara (Spilanthes Acmella) grows naturally in most parts of India, as per practical experience it can grow successfully in the specific range of temperature and rainfall. Good soil with proper drainage system facilitates its growth. We at Vedant Herbal Farm provide consultancy and training for cultivating Akarkara (Spilanthes Acmella) to our customers. The preparation of Land : The Land is to be prepared in the month of May-June. Proper Soil treatment including give land a better Pulverize and drying. Cow dung manure should be mixed. Beds or plain pan should be prepared (as per planning of plantation) The distance of beds is depending on irrigation systems. Land should be well irrigated before sowing the planting Material Sowing of Akarkara : The sowing of Akarkara starts in month of August. Maintenance : Required element should be supplied. Any kind of deficiency should be traced and treat it immediately. Weeds of the crop are required to free it from the weeds, which should be controlled manually by labours. Few special techniques practiced to be observed either by training or by frequently visiting. The first three to four months from the sowing date are very important and needs care. Maturing of the Crop : Flower - Flowering is started after the two to three month of showing and collect mature flower. Root - In the month of February – March Harvesting of the Crop : After the two to three month of showing of Akarkara plant start flowering then take mature flower buds gently. Fresh flower buds are yellow in colour with red top. After the starting of flowering plant produce number of flowers and take it periodically. After that dry it properly through proper procedure. After The crop cycle is complete root should bedug out and dry it. Akarkara Meterial available : Indian Akarkara  seeds Indian Akarkara Plant Indian Akarkara Flowers Indian Akarkara Dry Roots Irani Akarkara Seeds Irani Akarkara Flowers Irani Akarkara Dry Roots Nepali Shatavari Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 We are a noteworthy name when it comes to Nepali Shatavari Plants that is the perfect outcome of premium material and advanced processing techniques. As a dependable name, based in Udaipur(India), we make available qualitative lot to every nook and corner ensuring maximum client satisfaction.   Cultivation : Shatavar is common throughout the tropical and subtropical regions, particularly central India. It is also found up to an altitude of 1500 m in subtropical Himalayas. By nature, the plant is xerophytic and prefers the semi-arid to subtropical, cool environment.Climate and soil : Soil – black, well drained andfertile soil is good for cultivation. But can be cultivated in loose and medium black soil.Climate- crop responses well to tropical and hot climateThe plant prefers annual average rainfall of 600–1000 mm or less, of which 85% is received during July to September. A well-drained fertile sandy-loam to medium black soil, with a pH of 6–8 is best suited for its cultivation with staking support. Shatavar can be grown in open land as well as under shade, but very high moisture levels result in rotting of root.Propagation material : Both seeds and root stumps   can be used for propagation. However, seeds are preferable on account of high production that makes up for low germination percentage in cultivation. Seeds may be collected from March to May when their color changes from red to black.Agro-Technique Raising propagules : Seeds are sown during the April -may in well-prepared and raised nursery beds containing good amount of FYM (farmyard manure). The beds should ideally be 10 m × 1m in size. Seeds are sown in lines 5 cm apart and covered with a mixture of FYM and soil. The beds are lightly watered at regular intervals using a rose water cane. Propagule rate and pre-treatment : About 7 kg of seeds are required for raising seedlings for 1 hectare of crop. To obtain early and higher germination percentage, presoaking in water is required. Higher germination is also achieved by soaking the seeds in cow urine for 24 hours. The germination commences after 20 days of sowing and is completed in 30 days. Planting : Land preparation and fertilizer : The land should be given a deep disc plugging, followed by harrowing and leveling. The field is normally divided into plots, keeping one irrigation channel in between two rows of plots. About 10 tones of well-decomposed FYM are thoroughly mixed in the soil one month before transplanting. Shatavar. A fertilizer dose of 40 kg nitrogen, 20 kg phosphate, and 20 kg potash per hectare may be applied for better growth and higher tuberous root yield. One-third of nitrogen and entire dose of phosphate and potash should be placed 10–12 cm deep in the rows before transplanting. Transplanting and optimum spacing : The seedlings are ready for transplanting after 50-60 days of sowing. These are transplanted in field at the onset of monsoon in July. Keeping the plant-to-plant distance at 60 cm. Optimum number of seedlings required per hectare using the recommended spacing is about 150 000. Intercropping system : Shatavar is normally grown as a monocrop, but it can be grown in inter spaces available in orchards having low light interception. Plants need staking material, thus poles or shrubs serve for support. Irrigation and Intercropping : The field is irrigated immediately after planting if there are no rains for 2-3 days. Shatavar can be grown in rain-fed condition as well as irrigated. On availability of irrigation water irrigation at the interval of 25-30 days may be given. Frequent weeding is required during its early period of growth. Care should be taken to avoid any damage to growing shoots at the time of weeding. Totally, about 2-3 hand weeding is needed to keep crop free of weeds. Intercultural and maintenance practices : The balance two-third N is applied in two equal split doses during September and in late February. The fertilizer is broadcast in between the rows and mixed in soil Followed by irrigation, if the soil is dry. Shatavar initially grows slowly for 60 days, which keeps inter-row space virtually vacant, allowing easy weed growth. It is necessary to carry out weeding and hoeing operations to keep the field free from weeds for initial two-month period.  After two months, Shatavar grows enough to cover the inter row spaces and prevents weed growth.Disease and Pest Control : No serious insects, pests, and disease have been reported in this crop.Plant Protection : No serious pest and disease has been noticed in this crop.Harvesting : Crop maturity and harvesting-The crop matures in 18 months after planting. Rabi season, that is, November– December, is the best time for harvesting tuberous roots when the above-ground parts start turning pale yellow. The crop, when harvested in 18 months, yields about 4–5 tones/hectare, while harvesting after 20 months yields about 6tones/hectare of tubers along with 35 kg hectare of seeds.Yield and Cost of Cultivation : The tuberous root yields 15%–20% of dry matter after removal of outer wall. An average shade-dried tuberous root yield of 4-5 tons per hectare is obtained from 18-month-old plants under experimental conditions. Including land preparation, nursery rising, cost of planting material, FYM, cost of transplanting, harvesting, peeling and processing for market, and so on. The calculated yield of 18- month-old crop of Shatavar is 4-5 tones/hectare, which can fetch net returns of approximately Rs 1-1.25 lacs/hectare.Post Harvesting  : The harvested toots are thoroughly washed preferably in flowing water, Thereafter, inner woody threads are removed by splitting the roots. The thin root barks are removed by scraping with a knife or incising them. In the traditional method, the roots are also kept in a bamboo basket on a pot of boiling water for five to ten minutes to facilitate easy removal of thread and root bark. But this method is really not required when freshly collected roots are peeled off. The roots are then dried in the shade for 8-10 days. The fresh roots lose about 90% of their weight after peeling and drying. In case of delay in peeling, it becomes extremely difficult later on. Value addition of root powder enhances marketability and sale and price. The roots get damaged within 3 to 4 months if threads in not immediately removed.Nepali Satavar Meterial available : Nepali Satavar Plant Nepali Satavr Seeds Nepali Sataver Dry Roots Tulsi Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 As a trustworthy supplier, we take pride in presenting our customers with excellent quality Tulsi Plants(basil). Since, we have a widespread supply chain network; we can satisfy buyers by catering to bulk requirements and making delivery within the stipulated time.   More About Tulsi Plants : Tulsi or Sacred basil (Ocimum sanctum L.) is a biennial shrub belonging to the family Lamiaceae. The plant has been revered by the people of India for its multivarious uses since vedic times. Even now, it is worshipped by many. The essential oil of sacred basil has about 71 per cent eugenol and is comparable to that of clove oil. Eugenol is widely used in perfumery, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and confectionary industries. The juice of the leaves possesses antiseptic, diaphoretic, antiperiodic, stimulating, expectorant, anti-pyretic and memory improving properties. It is one among the few plants which purifies the atmosphereSoils : The plant is sufficiently hardy and it can be grown on any type of soil except the ones with highly saline, alkaline or water logged conditions. However, sandy loam soil with good organic matter is considered ideal.Climate : The crop has a wide adaptability and can be grown successfully in tropical and sub-tropical climates. Long days with high temperature have been found favourable for plant growth and oil production.  Varieties : Presently, there are no named varieties under this crop and only the types : Green type (Sri tulsi) and Purple type ( Krishna tulsi) are under cultivation.   Cultivation : Propagation : The crop can be propagated either through seeds or cuttings.  Nursery raising : For propagating basil through seeds, they are to be sown in the nursery beds. The nursery should be located preferably in partial shade with adequate irrigation facilities. Soil is worked upto a depth of about 30 cm. Well rotten farm yard manure (2 kg/sq.m) is applied to the soil and prepared to a fine tilth and seed beds of 4.5x1.0x0.2 m size are prepared. As the seeds are minute, the required quantity of seeds are mixed with sand in the ratio of 1:4 and sown in nursery bed, 2 months in advance of the onset of monsoon. They germinate in 8-12 days and seedlings are ready for transplanting in about 6 weeks time at 4-5 leaf stage.         Vegetative propagation : Vegetatively it can be propagated by terminal cuttings with about 90-100 per cent success during October-December months. For this purpose, cuttings with 8-10 nodes and 10-15 cm length are used. They are so prepared that except for the first 2-3 pairs of leaves the rest are trimmed off. Later, they are planted in the well prepared nursery beds or polythene bags. In about 4-6 weeks time the rooting is complete and they are ready for transplanting into the mainfield.  The plants are transplanted at a spacing of 40 cm between the row and 40 cm within the row.   Irrigation and Interculture : After transplanting irrigation is provided twice a week till one month so that the plants establish themselves well. Later, it is given at weekly interval depending upon the rainfall and soil moisture status. The first weeding is done one month after planting and the second after another 30 days. Afterwards, no further weeding is required as the plants become bushy and cover the soil and thereby smother the weeds. However, after each harvest, weeding should be done so as to avoid weed growth in the interspaces, if any. Plant Protection : Major insects : Leaf rollers Major diseases : Powdery mildew, seedling blight, root-rot    Schedule : Spray the crop with 0.2% malathion or 0.1% methyl parathion to control leaf rollers never noticed. To control powdery mildew, spray the crop with 0.3%  wettable sulphur. Drench the nursery beds with a 0.1 per cent solution of mercurial fungicide. Adopt phytosanitory measures to control the seedling blight and root rot.  Harvesting and Yield : The crop is harvested at full bloom stage by cutting the plants at 15 cm from ground level to ensure good regeneration for further harvests. The first harvest is done after 90 days of planting and subsequently it may be harvested at every 75 days interval. Harvest the crop on bright sunny days to get good yield and oil quality. On an average, basil gives about 10,000-15,000 kgs of fresh herbage per hectare per year. As the herb contains about 0.1 to 0.23 per cent oil, commensurating to it we may obtain about 10-23 litres of essential oil per hectare. Tulsi Meterial Avilable : Tulsi Seeds Tulsi Leaves Tulsi Panchagh Tulsi Extracts Malabar Neem Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 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 ( 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) Economics of Melia Dubia Cultivation : Preliminaries / Pitting / Farmyard manure / Planting etc. Rs.  20,000 Cost of 400 rooted plants: Rs. 200/- each. Rs.   80,000 Cost of Drip line Rs . 40,000 Total Expenditure for 1st year Rs. 1,40,000 Add : Weeding / Watering / Manure etc until 8 years Rs. 40,000 Total Cost Rs. 1,80,000  Income : (After 8 years) Average yield 20 Cubic feet wood per tree X 400 trees. = 8000 Cft Realisation @ Rs. * 200/ cft. X 8000 = Rs. 16,00,000 Net Income : Rs.14,20,00 Guar Gum Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Serving the markets of Udaipur(India) and nearby area, we offer top-notch quality range. The products are strictly packed and dispatched safely to the clients stated address and that too in the committed time span.   What is Guar? Guar or cluster bean (sometimes clusterbean) (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (syn. C. psoralioides), Fabaceae) is an annual legume plant that grows in semiarid regions. Guar is drought-tolerant and can be eaten green like snap beans, fed to cattle or used as a green manure. It bears many bean-like pods, each of which contains six to nine small, rounded seeds. The guar seed is typically made up of 40% to 46% germ, 38% to 45% endosperm, and 14% to 16% husk. The gum is obtained from the grounded endosperm.What is Guar Gum?Guar gum, a natural gum, is an edible thickening agent extracted from the guar bean. Guar beans have alarge endosperm which contains galactomannan gum which forms a gel in water. This is commonly knownas guar gum and is widely used Food and industrial applications. Guar gum has also proven a usefulsubstitute for locust bean gum.How is Guar Gum prepared? Guar gum is prepared by removing the husk and germ portions before extracting the gum from theendosperm.What is Guar Gum mainly used as?Guar Gum is mainly used as natural thickener, emulsifier, stabilizer, bonding agent, hydrocolloid, gelling agent, soil stabilizer, natural fiber, flocculants and fracturing agent.What are the properties of Guar gum? Guar gum is soluble in hot and cold water but insoluble in most organic solvents and has strong hydrogenbonding properties. It has excellent thickening, Emulsion, Stabilizing and film forming properties. It iscompatible with a variety of inorganic and organic substances including certain dyes and variousconstituents of food.How Guar gum powder is prepared? The seeds of Guar are split and the endosperm & germ is separated from the endosperm by sieving. Through heating, grinding & polishing process the husk is separated from the endosperm halves and therefined Guar Gum split are obtained. Through grinding process the refined Guar split are then treated andconverted into powder.More About Guar Gum Plants : Guargum is a product which is made from Guar seeds. Guargum is being used in different industries in India and abroad, but now it is in Heavy demand due to its utility in Crude Oil Industry. India is enjoying the top position in production and export of this product in the world market, 80 % of global demand is met by India. Guar is basically Simple, Short & Easy rain fed (No irrigation) crop and cultivated in Rajasthan & Haryana state, but it can be grown successfully in other states (Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu) also. We have taken Successful trials of this crop in Vidharbha region of Maharashtra state in rain fed and irrigated conditions in summer. Variety : RGC 197 – Single stem, flat seed, 27 % Gum. RGC 936 – With branches, round and pink color seed, 33% Gum. Brief information of this crop : Soil – Light or Medium and well drained soil. Climate- High temp, full sun light and low rainfall. Sowing – After 20 July to 15 Sep ( rain fed), in February (with irrigation) Crop duration- 80 to 100 days. Seed rate - 5 Kg. / acre. Cost of cultivation – Rs. 5 to 6 thousand/acre. (Cost of Certified seed Rs.2,500 – 3,000) Production/ Yield – 400 to 600 Kg. /acre. Market rate – Rs. 100 to 300/Kg.(Present rate is Rs.21,000/Quintal) Profit- minimum Rs. 35 to 90 thousand/acre in 90 days. We provide all concerned services like Quality Seed, crop agronomy and Assured “Buy back” support at different places. We also take up large Cultivation of 50 acres and above. Guargum Meterial Avilable : Guargum Seeds Guargum Seeds Powder Horticulture Plants Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Presenting high grade and excellent range, we ensure that the products are as per the globally accepted standards. 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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 Bio Vermicompost Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 As a famed name in the industry, buyers can stay rest assured for on-time delivery as we are supported by modern facilities. Ranked among top suppliers of Bio Vermicompost, we can provide the product at economical prices.We also assist in developing vermicompost projects for our customers by the assistance of which they can convert any waste like hotel or canteen waste, agro waste into rich manure. We provide these services to large corporate companies (for canteen waste), Large apartments, builders, hotels, resorts, farm house  to corporate farming projects.Vermicomposting is the best biotechnology to reduce the load on the treatment and disposal of biodegradable agro waste.Vermicompost is the product or process of composting using various worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms to create a heterogeneous mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste, bedding materials, and vermicast. Vermicast, also called worm castings, worm humus or worm manure, is the end-product of the breakdown of organic matter by an earthworm.These castings have been shown to contain reduced levels of contaminants and a higher saturation of nutrients than do organic materials before vermicomposting.Vermicompost can be mixed directly into the soil, or steeped in water and made into a worm tea by mixing some vermicompost in water, bubbling in oxygen with a small air pump, and steeping for a number of hours or days.The microbial activity of the compost is greater if it is aerated during this period. The resulting liquid is used as a fertilizer or sprayed on the plants.The dark brown waste liquid, or leachate, that drains into the bottom of some vermicomposting systems as water-rich foods break down, is best applied back to the bin when added moisture is needed due to the possibility of phytotoxin content and organic acids that may be toxic to plants.The pH, nutrient, and microbial content of these fertilizers varies upon the inputs fed to worms. Pulverized limestone or calcium carbonate can be added to the system to raise the pH. AMRIT ECO VERMI BEDSWe can supply you Eco Vermi Beds as per customer requirement in bulk order quantity Easy To Supervise. Easy To Operate. Easy To Protect - As Apparently Visible. Prevents Escaping Pf Culture. Aeration In Much Better. Moisture Content Can Be Maintained. As Installed Above The Ground, Protection From Ants, Mice's, etc. Packing of Now urea sacks is provided of 50 kg each.Approximately 600 Ton Vermicompost can be supplied.Small quantities are also supplied for home/garden. 1 kg, 5 kg, 10 kg, 20 kg, 50 kg packings are also available. Medicinal Herbal Plant Wed, 07 Sep 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Positioned with leading names, we are an emerging name operating from Udaipur(India). We have a skilled team of quality experts that stringently checks each and every product at different stages. We are one of the well-known Suppliers of Ayurvedic Herbal Plants in India. Our comprehensive range of Organic Medicinal Plants is available in plant or seed form. We provide Planting materials of Kali Haldi, Ginger and Garlic, which is used in wide variety of medicines. We make available land for sale, purchase, and on rental basis for farming of medicinal crops. With this, we provide manure and special growing agent, which can improve the yield of Medicinal Plants and helps earning an additional profit. We also assist the farmers in growing quality plants and provide them the knowledge and experience to enhance production. List of Plants we supply in small to bulk quantities is as under. Buyers interested in buying small quantities are also welcome & we promise to supply the material with same respect as we do with bulk buyers.   Range : Stevia Plants Safed Musli Kali Musli Coleus Forskohlii Plants & Planting Material Nepali Shatavari Plant White Shatavar plant Vidhara plant Gudmar plant Kali Haldi Aloe Vera Plant Jatropha Plant Shivnag Plants Kapur Kachri plants Buch Plants Ashwagandha plants Mahua plants Gunga Plants & the list goes on as we have wide range of plants. The seeds are supplied in every quantity & everywhere in India. Rates are as per the quantity demanded by you. 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Ours is a well-established firm, located in Udaipur(India) and associated with leading names to fulfill varied demands of the buyers.   More Details We supply Ayurvedic Herb Powders which are meant for your consumption & have the purest powders from us. We are the foremost Medicinal Herb Powder Suppliers that is ideal for domestic and commercial usage. We cater to the needs of client’s regarding Medicinal Herb Powder and are competent in providing it any quantity ranging from Grams to Quintals. Besides, we also deal in Bath oils that are available in natural form and in flavors like those of Musk and Sandal.List of Powders We Supply : Safed musli powder Kali Musli powder Stevia dry leaf powder Shatawar powder Sarpagandha powder Konch or Kewach powder Vidhara powder Coleus powder Arjun chhaal powder Multani mitti Red Sandal powder (Lal Chandan) White Sandal Powder (Safed/Shwet Chandan) Gulab pushp or Rose petals Ashwagandha powder Talmakhana powder Mulethi powder Gudmar powder Ready to use face packs Ashwagandha Seeds Wed, 29 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0530 Ashwagandha Seeds that we offer is also known as Withania Somnifera. We provide Ashwagandha Seeds as well as marketing support for them. The ideal plantation time of sowing Ashwagandha Seeds is near the month of September or as per the atmospheric conditions. We are one of the reliable Ashwagandha Seeds Suppliers in the field. We Supply – Ashwagandha Seeds & Plants. Every Quantity is Supplied.Returns/Crop : Upto Rs.48000/acreAshwagandha seeds of Desi variety & the seed of High Yielding Research Varieties are supplied. Every grower must buy authentic variety seed as it only gives High Yields & are disease resistant. Local desi variety yields less & have tendency to catch diseases. Every Quantity is supplied all over India whether the quantity is small or in bulk.Attributes Increases Strength Platelet counts White blood cells Red blood cells Lowers mental pressure Used both by men and women Low libido Sexual functioning Nourishing body tissues Chemotherapy treatment Prescribed For Cultivation Technology It requires mixing of 15-20 quintal manure as well as root developing agents in soil. Yield Upto 210 kg dry roots 25 kg seed Harvesting 150 days-165 days from planting Around Feb 15 Irrigation Properly irrigated before sowing Irrigated for 2 times 30-35 days from germination 60-70 days from first irrigation Planting Requirement 5-7 kg seeds for 1 acre Mixing of 5 times sand quantity to seed quantity Broadcasted in field Nursery is prepared Land Preparation Make the land free from termites in order to get a proper yield.