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    For Sale Medicinal and aromatic plants of Kashmir Himalaya

    We a pioneerinstitution to start cultivation of important indigenous medicinal plants and introduce many from other parts of the world. A preliminary study on cultivation of medicinal plants in Jammu and Kashmir was from this institution. The medicinal plant garden created, grown and nurtured...
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    For Sale Ferula Asafoetida seeds from Kashmir

    (Availability : 25 seeds pkt) Other pacakages: 50,100, 250 seeds pkt
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    For Sale Watermelon seeds from Kashmir Himalaya

    Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) : An ideal plant for gardeners with limited space, the vines of tasty bush only reach 3-31/2 feet in length. This is an early producer, the juicy and sweet little 12-pound fruit will be ready to harvest in 75 to 80 days. Flesh is a deep scarlet; skin is a dark...
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    For Sale Sweet Chestnut Fruit from Kashmir

    Sweet Chestnut Fruit from Kashmir : Although more commonly thought of as a food crop, sweet chestnut leaves and bark are a good source of tannins and these have an astringent action useful in the treatment of bleeding, diarrhoea etc. The leaves and bark are anti-inflammatory, astringent...
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    For Sale Book your fruit planting material

    Apple - Malus domestica Apricot - Prunus cashmeriana Pear - Pyrus communis Cherry - Prunus avium Plum - Prunus domestica Chestnut - Castanea sativa Almond - Prunus dulcis Hazel - Corylus avellana (3 caltivars) Pecan - Carya illinoinensis Walnut - Juglans regia Quince- Cydonia oblonga Persimmon...
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    Wanted Saffron Bulb rates

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    For Sale Hing Kabuli Sufaid (Milky white asafoetida)

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    Wanted Saffron Bulb rates

    Saffron, is the most expensive spice in the world. The scientific name for saffron is "Crocus Sativus L." It belongs to the family of Iridaceas and the line of liliaceas. For cultivation methods,Saffron bulbs only at :
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    For Sale Hing Kabuli Sufaid (Milky white asafoetida)

    Hing Kabuli Sufaid (Milky white asafoetida) Availability of 1000 kg For more info: e-mail: Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre POB 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001 Mob: 09419966983/ 09858986794 Ph: 01933-223705
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    For Sale Growing Walnut for profit

    Walnut is the most important fruit of Kashmir. It is grown in Jammu and Kashmir. It also grown in Ramban, Kishtwar (JK), Himachal pardesh and Uttarakhand. Jammu and Kashmir is the main Walnut producing Himalayan tiny country contributing more than 88.4% of the total production. Walnut is...
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    For Sale Growing Common Sage-Salvia officinalis for profit

    Growing Sage for profit has raised much attention during the last two decades. The crop lasts from 6 to 10 years or even more and can give products that can target different industries. Fresh and dried leaves are added in sausages, meat, fish, salads and various other foods. Moreover, the...
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    For Sale Availability of Apple fruit seeds

    Apple seed oil is a fixed oil found in apple seeds. It is used in the cosmetic and medical industries. A study on apple seed oil was conducted in 2007 which found that apple seeds contain a high amount of both oil and protein. Min order : 5kg Write us at : Jammu and Kashmir...
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    Growing Ginkgo for Profit

    Economic importance of Ginkgo biloba tree Ginkgo biloba has been proven to improve short-term memory, alleviate allergies, relieve depression, alertness and boost circulation. Ginkgo, which dates back 270 million years, has long been grown for its leaf, which is dried and processed into...
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    For Sale Growing Sage-Salvia officials for profit

    Salvia officinalis- Sage is one of the oldest medicinal plants being used since ancient Egypt. By then it was used to stop bleeding wounds and for disinfection, also having curative properties in gastric diseases. An old proverb says “who has sage in the garden does not need a doctor”, and...

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