Wanted Ashwagandha plant cultivation under buy back agreement

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aloeveraskpvt

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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.

VAREITY : Withaniasomnifera Dunal
USES
It is an Ancient Medicinal Herb.
It Can Reduce Blood Sugar Levels.
It Has Anti-Cancer Properties.
It Can Reduce Cortisol Levels.
It May Help Reduce Stress and Anxiety.
It May Reduce Symptoms of Depression.

CULTIVATION
Ashwagandha grows well in sandy loam or light red soil, having pH 7.5-8.0 with good drainage. It can be cultivated between 600-1200 m altitudes. The semi-tropical areas receiving 500-750 mm rainfall are suitable for cultivation of this rained crop. The crop requires dry season during its growing period. Temperature between 200C to 350C is most suitable for cultivation. Late winter rains are conducive for the proper development of the plant roots.

SPECIES
WITHANIA SOMNIFERA (Ashwagandha) is usually grown in fields which are not well covered by the irrigation systems. The field on which food crops cannot be taken profitably for the above reason may be used for Ashwagandha cultivation. The soil of the field selected for Ashwagandha cultivation is well pulverized by ploughing, disking and/or harrowing. The field may be then leveled by the application pate.

MARKETING
Ashwagandha demand is immense therefore marketing it is not difficult. Ashwagandha are brought by many people in market. Our company also provides the facility of Buy Back agreement.

HARVESTING
The plants start flowering and bearing fruits from December onwards. The crop is ready for harvest in January-March at 150 to 180 days after sowing. The maturity of crop is judged by drying out of leaves and yellow red berries. The entire plant is uprooted for roots which are separated from aerial parts by cutting the stem 1-2 cm above the crown. The roots are then either cut transversely into small pieces (7 to 10 cm) or dried as it is in the sun. About 650-800 kg roots can be obtained from 1ha on drying it comes to 350-435 kg. Berries are hand plucked separately. They are dried and crushed to take out the seeds.


SERVICES
Ashwagandha growing first harvesting practical training.
This includes Supervision, consultancy, guidance, Transportation cost first year.
Plantation cost is to be borne only once.
Buy back Agreement of Ashwagandha seeds and dry roots.
Production in 6th month and only one time production. (6th month plant life)
Sowing time for Ashwagandha “June to July”.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF COMPANY
The Buy Back Agreement Stamp paper of Rs.100/- has to be stamped by District Court of your area.
For 10 Acre or more yield the buy Back Agreement Stamp Paper will be of Rs.500/-.
 

anu0004

New Member
Hi, I would love if we can discuss this for any possibility. I am a farmer based in Uttaranchal.
 
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farmkodi

New Member
Sir,
We have 3 acer 30 gunta land at santhe Kodihalli, dec 2019 - Jan 2020 we had grown beans, inter crop water melons which matured in mar 2020 and in lockdownwe didn't do any farm activities
At the moment we are looking for any captive farming opportunities, we happened to see your post regarding medicinal plant farming with buy back for:

Ashwaganda
Sathavari
Nannari
Sweet basil
Chia
Vasa
Jala brahmi and many more.

We wish to confirm our willingness for the same, please do keep us posted about this opportunity and share your contact details to forward you the soil sample test.

You can contact

Regards

Raghuvamsha A.C.
 
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hitech780

New Member
I am a young entrepreneur and have taken 10 acres land in lease in Ranchi,Jharkhand. Kindly share me the details as i can also give a thought
 
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vinodmoha

New Member
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.

VAREITY : Withaniasomnifera Dunal
USES
It is an Ancient Medicinal Herb.
It Can Reduce Blood Sugar Levels.
It Has Anti-Cancer Properties.
It Can Reduce Cortisol Levels.
It May Help Reduce Stress and Anxiety.
It May Reduce Symptoms of Depression.

CULTIVATION
Ashwagandha grows well in sandy loam or light red soil, having pH 7.5-8.0 with good drainage. It can be cultivated between 600-1200 m altitudes. The semi-tropical areas receiving 500-750 mm rainfall are suitable for cultivation of this rained crop. The crop requires dry season during its growing period. Temperature between 200C to 350C is most suitable for cultivation. Late winter rains are conducive for the proper development of the plant roots.

SPECIES
WITHANIA SOMNIFERA (Ashwagandha) is usually grown in fields which are not well covered by the irrigation systems. The field on which food crops cannot be taken profitably for the above reason may be used for Ashwagandha cultivation. The soil of the field selected for Ashwagandha cultivation is well pulverized by ploughing, disking and/or harrowing. The field may be then leveled by the application pate.

MARKETING
Ashwagandha demand is immense therefore marketing it is not difficult. Ashwagandha are brought by many people in market. Our company also provides the facility of Buy Back agreement.

HARVESTING
The plants start flowering and bearing fruits from December onwards. The crop is ready for harvest in January-March at 150 to 180 days after sowing. The maturity of crop is judged by drying out of leaves and yellow red berries. The entire plant is uprooted for roots which are separated from aerial parts by cutting the stem 1-2 cm above the crown. The roots are then either cut transversely into small pieces (7 to 10 cm) or dried as it is in the sun. About 650-800 kg roots can be obtained from 1ha on drying it comes to 350-435 kg. Berries are hand plucked separately. They are dried and crushed to take out the seeds.


SERVICES
Ashwagandha growing first harvesting practical training.
This includes Supervision, consultancy, guidance, Transportation cost first year.
Plantation cost is to be borne only once.
Buy back Agreement of Ashwagandha seeds and dry roots.
Production in 6th month and only one time production. (6th month plant life)
Sowing time for Ashwagandha “June to July”.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF COMPANY
The Buy Back Agreement Stamp paper of Rs.100/- has to be stamped by District Court of your area.
For 10 Acre or more yield the buy Back Agreement Stamp Paper will be of Rs.500/-.
HELLO SIR,
I HAVE 10 ACRE LAND AT TAMILNADU AT KANIYAKUMARI DIST.I WOULD LIKE TO START ASHWAGANDHA BUY BACK FACILITY.WHERE IS YOUR COMPANY FROM. SEND THE DETAILS

THANKING YOU
 
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