Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

iirc

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Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistanceâ€Â￾ was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGOs, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........JK Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
“Azizabad, Nambalbal, (Via Wuyan-Meej Road), Pampore PPR J&K 192121
Mailing address: PO Box 667 Srinagar SGR J&K- 190001
Ph: 01933-223705
Call us: 09858986794
e.mail: jkmpic@gmail.com, jkmpic@yahoo.in
 
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kaus_sh123

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Details

Dear sir,

I am associated with Ayurvedic medicines and medicinal plants from the past 4 yrs

Could you please provide the details.

Please contact...

Dr. Kausar
 
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iirc

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Cultivation of Saffron

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shahnaz

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More details about medicinal plants and Govt support

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Please let me have more details about the above reffered subject
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QUOTE=iirc;93478]Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistance†was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGO’s, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........[/QUOTE]
 

ttrajan_in

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dear sir
We are cultivating coleus forshkolin,asoka,kalmegh,kalahari. etc
let me have more details about medicinal plants cultivation aid by govt.
thanx
Rajan
Please contact.....
 
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har_ann

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Medical Plants Info.

Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistanceâ€Â￾ was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGO’s, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........
Dear Sir,
Please let me know about Govt.grants about Medical Plants.
I am a farmer and interested to grow M.P. please. Thanks.
Harshad Dave.
Vadodara-Gujarat
Please contact.......
 
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pharmacognosy

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i want cultivate medicinal plants

dear sir,
i have lands for cultivation . i am intrested to cultivate medicinal plants.let me know to whom i will get ideas and procedure for cultivation of medicinal plants
 

pharmadig

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Please contact me

Attention of Pharmacognosy
I am an assitant professor in pharmacy and I have some experience in cultivation of medicinal plants.I can give you some suggestions free of cost.
pharmadig
 

manojsinghchandel

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Govt. support in Medicinal Plants

Dear Members

We can offer consultancy services for all types of Govt. support and schemes w.r.t. medicinal and aromatic plants, also marketing aspects of herbal and medicinal plants.

Regds

Manoj Singh
Chandel Agritech Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
New Delhi
 

muthuramk10

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Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistance†was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGO’s, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........
Sir
Are the plants of nut meg, clove classified as medicinal plants. Can I get financial assisstance for this cultivation.

with regards
muthuram.k
 

ssprasad

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E-Book on Medicinal Plants and Govt. Schemes

I am interested in this e-book, if anybody can guide where from we can have this.



Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistance†was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGO’s, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........
 

passaro

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I'd like to buy...

I'd like to buy the e-book. Let me know the cost and the mode of payment.

Karthik,
Please contact......
 
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manyam

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Reg:Medical plants cultivation

Hi,

I am interested in growing medical plants.
I have few doubts regarding Cultivation of Medicinal Plants such as
1) How to get the beneficiary from the government
2) How to approach the buyers before cultivating.

Please send (private message) your contact details(mail id and phone no.) if you can help me.

Regards,
Manyam
 

sanju1252002

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guidance in growing medicinal plants

as i have 7 acers of land in uttar pradesh(Gonda city). I want to used it for growing medicinal plants. please guide me what to grow which is profitable to me .also guide me the contacts who help me in doing so.
 

aks152

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Cultivation of Saffron

please guide me for cultivating of saffron plants in jharkhand because i have surplus land inclide naturally and available for irrigagation also facility so from where we have to purchase seeds and what is the process to do it thanking u
 

sudhanshu_1

New Member
how to start

Dear member(s),

My name is Sudhanshu and I am new to this forum as well as agricultural practices of medicinal plants.

Very rececntly I became interested in the cultivation of medicinal plants, and keenely interested to explore this field.I am also planning to start cultivation of med.plants,and for that I am looking for any experienced person who can guide me from the starting. like how to start and proceed, where to encash my yield etc.,

I am planning to start it in UP on some leased farming land.And in the beginning I want to focus on some short duration crops.

I shall be thankful to you for your generoud help.


regards

sudhanshu
 

organicagrarian

New Member
Medicinal Plants

Hello,

I'm very interested in medicinal plant farming. Please let me know, where I can get to know more about them and also get trained in the same.
Pls send me the details to

regards
Vimala
 
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raja123d

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Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in India and Government Support

Medicinal Plants play an improtant role in human life to combat diseases since time immemorial. The rural folks and tribals in India even now depend largely on the surrounding plants/forests for their day-to day needs. Medicinal plant are being looked upon not only as a source of health care but also as a source of income. The value of medicinal plants related trade in India is of the order of 5.5 billion US dollar (exim Bank Report-1997) and is further increasing day-by-day. The international market of herbal products is estimated to be US $ 62 billion. India’s share in the global market of medicinal plants trade is less than 0.5%. In view of the innate Indian strengths, which include diverse eco-systems for growth of medicinal plants, technical/farming capacity, strong manufacturing sector , the medicinal plants sector can provide a huge export opportunity after fulfilling domestic needs.


The Government of India has recently set-up a national level body, the NMPB for the growth and development pf medicinal plants sector (MPS) in the country. There is a need to streamline and strengthen MPS with a view to promote integrated development by co-ordinating, stimulating production, processing, marketing and establishing a sound infrastructure of the sector in the country. Government of India aims to make the cultivation of medicinal plants and its sustainable management, a people’s movement.

The varied agro-climate conditions in the India make it suitable for growing a wide range and variety of valuable medicinal plants. The production of medicinal plants being labour intensive, generates increased employment opportunities for the farmers particularly the rural masses/tribals and enhances their incomes. Growing medicinal plants is much more remunerative as compared to growing cereals, horticulture crops etc.

The present e-book of Government of India Schemes and guidelines is a set of interventions to streamline the medicinal plants sector, achieve high quality commercial production and create post-harvesting infrastructure through financial assistance. These interventions should lead to increased production with emphasis on quality and entrepreneurship in every aspect of the medicinal plants sector industry and export.

Ed. Sheikh Gulzaar is please to announce you that the long awaited “Promotional and Commercial Schemes Operational Guidelines for Financial Assistanceâ€Â￾ was released. This e-publication covers the complete details and Financial Schemes for Medicinal Plants.

Contents of e-book

1. Promotional and Commercial Schemes
2. Areas for Financial Support
3. Project proposal
4. Other Areas
5. Commercial Schemes
6. Financial Assistance to Farmers
7. Preparation and Submission of Proposal
8. General Conditions
9. Funding of Projects
10. Procedure for Processing Project Proposals for Approval
11. Memorandum of Understanding -MOU
12. Format for Submition of Progress Report
13. Terms & Conditions of Financial Assistant-Grant
14. Bond
15. Project Formats/Applications

Very useful to: Farmers, Growers, NGO’s, Institutions, Pharmaceuticals Companies, Recognised private research institutes, Exporters,Importers, Govt. organizations, Registerd Growers, Association, Federation of Growers, Traders,Manufacturers or any group of people who have past 3 years experience in the medicinal plants sector.

More details can be obtained from...
Please contact...........
Dear Sir,

We would like to plant medicinal plants in our company farm with goverment subsidy and we have more 20 years experience in this field. We woudl like to do the same with NMPB assistance. Kindly reply to the same at the earliest.
Regards
Rajaram.V.
 

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