We can provide cultivation consultancy as a package for
Medical Plant Crops
Aromatic Oil Plant Crops
Horticulture Crops
Agro Foresty Crops
Bio Fuel Crops and

Other Unique Crops

The use of plants as medicine is as old as human civilisation itself. The earliest record of use of medicinal plants for prevention of diseases and cure of ailments can be traced to Rig-Veda perhaps the oldest repository of human knowledge having been written in between 4500 and 4000 BC. In Ayurveda which is considered as Upa-Veda that the definite properties of the plants and their uses have been given in more details.

In recent times, there has been renewed interests in the herbal medicines and apex body like WHO has recognised the potentialities of the traditional herbal medicines in the management and self reliance of medicinal care system and currently encourages, recommends and promotes the inclusion of herbal drugs in National Health Care Programme because such drugs are easily available and as such are time tested and thus considered to be much safer than the modern synthetic drugs with out any side effects.

India, in this regard has unique position in the world, where traditional systems of medicines –Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homeopathy are in good practice in the country and all these are predominantly dependant upon the medicinal plants.

Most of the medicinal plants extensively used in traditional systems of medicines are obtained from wild sources leading to dwindling of populations of numerous plants. Many of the important medicinal plants have been threatened in their natural habitat. One of the major difficulties being experienced by the Indian systems of medicine is that of obtaining sufficient quantities of genuine medicinal plants for the manufacture of genuine medicines.

To correct this situation promoting of cultivation of medicinal plants is became prime thing to the governments. Medicinal plant cultivation is necessary to improve method of collection including natural regeneration of populations in the natural habitats. To ensure effective quality control so as to protect the producer and the consumer. Across the INDIA, many institutes such as CIMAP and other agriculture universities worked extensively and standardised the cultivation of medicinal plants.

As the leading cultivation consultants for the Medical Plant Crops, we can provide you the complete science of cultivation for your farm for any medicinal plant crop. Contact us for further details.

“From dawn until twilight and
from the cradle of the infant to the
silence of the grave, we are
surrounded by t he odorous materials”

. . . . Edward Sagarin

Natural aromatic or essential materials are present in fruits, flowers, leaves, stems, wood, bark, roots and plant exudations like gum. Most of the aromatic materials are plant origin.

Aromatic oils are natural volatile of plant materials, generally distilled by steam and hold high market potential. Very few materials from animal origin are used in perfumes. Musk was extracted from a sac near the navel of the deer. Castoreum is extracted from beaver cats. Due to many reasons and various problems in procuring animal & plant based aromatics, the industry forced to depend on artificial materials. Now various synthetic products have replaced the natural animal & plant based aromatic oils.

The volatile oils occur in most varied parts of the plant anatomy, in some cases being found all over the plant body, in others being restricted to one special portion of the plant. Thus in the conifers of which the pine is a type the volatile oil is found all over the various organs of the plant; whereas in the rose the oil is confined to the petals; in the cinnamon to the bark and the leaves; in orange family chiefly to the flowers and the peel of the fruit; in aromatic grasses and mints to the leaves; in ambrette, cumin, fennel etc in seeds and in vetiver the roots.
In plants these essential oils are produced in specialised glandular cells. In case of leaves and petals the essential oils are contained in the inner most membrane of the cell wall in paranchymatus tissue. In other plants they accumulate as floating drops in the protoplasm or in separate cell cavities.

These essential oils or aromatic oils are chemical compounds of odoriferous nature, which are highly volatile, insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents, obtained from plant tissue by steam distillation, expression, absorption into fat or solvent extraction.

We take our odours for granted and little realise how much we would be affected, if our lives are deprived of perfumes. However to mention a few of the important uses of which they are put are as ingredients in the manufacture of soaps, cosmetics, perfumes medicines, pharmaceuticals, Vitamin-A, plastic goods, textiles, leather, confectionery, perfumed tobacco, pan masala, aerated water, syrups, disinfectants, insecticides, fungicides, baby foods, biscuits paper writing pads, cards etc.

Most of the essential oils produced are marketed with in the country. Also, quite many of them are exported. There oils are very expensive and earn a revenue in terms of foreign exchange. India also imports some oils. Among the essential oils exported from India are Mint oil, Citronella oil, Lemongrass oil, Palma Rosa oil, Citriodora oil, Vetiver oil, Pepper Oil, Sandal wood oil, Ginger oil, Cinnamom leaf oil and many other natural oils. India also imports a variety of essential oils such as Anise oil, Geranium oil, Lavender oil, Lemon oil, Patchouli oil, Spearmint oil, Clove oil, Cananga oil etc. along with many other natural synthetic perfumes in small quantities.

Demands for oils extracted from aromatic plants are growing rapidly in twentieth century due to changing life styles of our population in our country. The growth in consumption of these products is directly related to growth in population as most of the products are used in essential products like soaps, agarbathis, toiletry products, food products, medicines, etc. and other similar products. The demand for these products are is growing in geometrical progression in national and international markets due to increased applications.

The increasing importance of these oils as pharmaceutical and aromatherapy aids besides their traditional role in perfumery, cosmetic and soaps not only as potent ingredient but also as a fragrance donor has opened up wide opportunity for large-scale cultivation and global marketing.

As the leading cultivation consultants for AROMATIC OIL PLANT CROPS, we can provide you the complete science of cultivation for your farm for any aromatic oil crop and distillation unit to extract oils from such crops. Contact us for further details.

Horticulture is a science and art of growing fruit, flowers, ornamental plants, and vegetables in small gardens. The science of cultivating plants. Horticulture derives from the Latin hortus. It meant a 'garden' space, in contrast to an 'agricultural' space. The Latin words hortus (garden plant) and cultura (culture) together form horticulture, classically defined as the culture or growing of garden plants. Horticulture science covers the work in plant propagation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant biochemistry, plant physiology, and the storage, processing, and transportation of fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables, flowers, trees, shrubs, and turf. The science deals in improve crop yield, quality, nutritional value, and resistance to insects, diseases, and environmental stresses. Genetics is also used as a valuable tool in the development of plants that can synthesize chemicals for fighting disease.
Horticulture involves five areas of study. These areas are floriculture (includes production and marketing of floral crops), landscape horticulture (includes production, marketing and maintenance of landscape plants), olericulture (includes production and marketing of vegetables), pomology (includes production and marketing of fruits), and postharvest physiology (involves maintaining quality and preventing spoilage of horticultural crops).
We are providing our consultancy services to the clients who are interested in the cultivation of horticulture crops. We will identify the suitable crops for the farmland of the client and can undertake the implementation and maintance work. We can assisit the farmer with excellent and qualilty services. For further information and proceadures please contact us.
Agroforestry is the intentional growing of trees on the same site as agricultural crops and/or livestock in order to increase the total yield of products, generate short-term income, and improve environmental benefits (for example, erosion control). An ecologically based natural resource management system in which trees are integrated in farmland and wasteland. Also called farm forestry, agroforestry can be broadly defined as the management of trees and shrubs integrated with agricultural systems for multiple products and benefits. The level of spatial and or temporal integration varies widely. In most situations, agricultural crops and tree crops are being managed in the same space. Overseas, it is common to incorporate horticultural tree crops such as fruit and nut trees into agroforestry. Agroforestry combines agriculture and forestry technologies to create more integrated, diverse, productive, profitable, healthy and sustainable land-use systems.

Agroforestry is a collective name for land use systems and practices in which woody perennials are deliberately integrated with crops and/or animals on the same land management unit. The integration can be either in a spatial mixture or in a temporal sequence. There are normally both ecological and economic interactions between woody and non-woody components in agroforestry". It means that trees are intentionally used within agricultural systems. Knowledge, careful selection of species and good management of trees and crops are needed to maximise the production and positive effects of trees and to minimise negative competitive effects on crops.
As the leading Cultivation Consultants for BIO FUEL CROPS, we can provide you the complete science of cultivation for your farm for any agroforestry crops such as teak, mangium, etc. Contact us for further details.

Due to many reasons across the world every country is searching to replace the fossil fuels utleast for some possible extent. There are many alternatives to fossil fuels. Petrol and Diesel are the important fossil fuels. Bio fuel crops are one wonderful alternative to these two fossil fuels Petrol & Diesel.

Petrol can be mixed by ethanol. Raw material used for producing ethanol varies from corn. Sugar, cereals, sugar beet to molasses.

Diesel can be replaced or mixed with bio diesel. Many developed countries have active bio-diesel programmes. Currently in many countries bio-diesel produced from field crop oils like rapeseed, sunflower, soy and tree oil crops like palm oil Jatropha, Pongamia etc. We are having experience, exposure and expertise in the cultivation of these all bio fuel crops. In INDIA Jatropha curcas and Pongamia pinnata is recognised as suitable bio diesel crops.

One detailed report is available with us on biofuels focussing on JATROPHA for sale.

As the leading cultivation consultants for BIO FUEL CROPS, we can provide you the complete science of cultivation for your farm for any bio fuel crop such as any field Jatropha curcas & Pongamia pinnata.
We can provide complete consultancy for the bio fuel processing units. Contact us for further details.

We can work on any other crop which not mentioned in this pages and can provide the cultivation consultancy for such crops.

As the leading cultivation consultants, we can provide you the complete science of cultivation for your farm for any other crop. Contact us for further details.

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