National Aroma Mission

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Lucknow, May 15 () An 'Aroma and Phyto-Pharmaceutical Mission' has been launched to boost cultivation of aromatic crops like lavender, rosemary and lemon grass and medicinal plants like ashwagandha and satavar, keeping in view plight of farmers involved in traditional agriculture and their flight from rural areas due to climate change.

Under the mission by the Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, cultivation of these crops will be promoted especially in unproductive, marginal waste lands including those affected by water scarcity, drought, salinity or flood in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand , J&K, AP, HP , MP, Odisha, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka,Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and North Eastern states.

The purpose is to boost cultivation and value-addition of medicinal and aromatic plants for supply to industries related to aroma business and to the traditional system of Indian medicine, Director CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CSIR-CIMAP), Lucknow, Prof A K Tripathi, said here. Tripathi, who has been designated as Mission Director by DG, CSIR, said several CSIR institutes including CIMAP, CDRI, NBRI and IITR from Lucknow, IIIM, Jammu, IHBT, Palampur, URDIP, Pune, and NEIST, Jorhat will join hands to develop and popularise technologies for cultivation, processing, value-addition, product development and marketing of medicinal and aromatic plants. Under the Aroma Mission various economically important aromatic crops including mint, vetiver, lemon grass, palmarosa, ocimum, patchouli, lavender, rosemary, tagetes, Jammu monarda and valerian will be taken up. Similarly, Phyto-Pharmaceutical Mission will target several economically important medicinal plants including kalmegh, ashwagandha, satavar, senna, silybum, curcuma and swertia, he said.

On the likely outcomes in the next two years, Tripathi was hopeful that a minimum of 6000 hectares of additional area would be brought under cultivation of various aromatic and medicinal crops generating employment among rural youth, and creating trained and skilled manpower leading to an estimated income enhancement of farmers in the range of Rs 25,000 to 75,000 per hectare depending upon the crop they would grow. (MORE) SMI DV

In the above context CSIR-IIIM, Jammu is organizing National Seminar cum Training Camp on 2nd Oct, 2016, Sunday at CSIR-NEERI, Wardha Rd, Nagpur (MS) for Awareness of the Aroma Mission, (the Seminar is open for all without any fee but registration is necessary), the idea behind organizing the Seminar at Nagpur is, its Centre of India, easy for Farmers community to attend and The Tiger City of Nagpur is well connected by Road, Rail and Air, secondly its a Vidharba region which is infamous for “Farmers Suicidal Zone” and lots of agencies including Central, State Govt. and NGO’s are putting their efforts but it seems there is no much change in this scenario.

CSIR-IIIM, Jammu in association with local based Pacific Agro is trying their sincere efforts to provide help some sustainable livelihood to the farmers of this zone, they have already started preparing ground for this Aroma Mission since last two years, here the trials of different Aromatic grasses (Himroja- CK-10, Tawiroja, RRL-CN-5, CKP-25 and Kalam) which are developed by CSIR-IIIM, Jammu has been successfully taken.

They are basically working on two direction first one is for the Irrigated land holders and other one is for Rain fed land holders the emphasis is given on second one because it seems the Suicide are more in this category of the farmers. Dr. Ram Vishwakarma, Director, CSIR-IIIM, Jammu says the Suicide of the farmers is (kalank) a bad patch on the human community and Science only can provide the solution for this. Dr. Suresh Chandra, Chief Scientist, CSIR-IIIM, Jammu, says the Tainting and Information center at Nagpur will be easy to approach and we can reach to more number of farmers.

In the guidance/direction of Dr. Ram Vishwakarma, this is third seminar being organized in Nagpur in association with Pacific Agro and he is also planning to set up Training & Information center of CSIR-IIIM, Jammu in Nagpur to cater the need of the farmers.

The details of the seminar can be seen on- www.aromediherbs.com.

For more information kindly contact – Nagpur- 07083757145, 09730107163, 09422881280 or visit- www.aromediherbs.com.
 

sheoran01

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i want to start farming on a large scale , will you please help me, like providing seeds. knowledge and supply etc ? if yes, please call me 9650381899

regards
shiavm
 

madhavs1

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Dear All,

we are working for this medicinal plants cultivation from the past 15 years, from Hyderabad.We can guide farmers into cultivation of herbs,spices,aromatics.
interested farmers feel free to contact on 09866672765.

Regards,
Madhav
 

greenlandfns

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i want to start farming on a large scale , will you please help me, like providing seeds. knowledge and supply etc ? if yes, please call me 9650381899

regards
shiavm
We provide Concept to Completion Consultancy Services (C2CS) for Integrated Green Farm Projects based on High Value Crops-Multi Cultivation Organic System (HVC-MCOS) and all other farm based enterprises.
Please mail us your land and location details etc to get further details: E: greenlandfns@gmail.com
 

sudhirmeher

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Thanks sir your advise regarding oil percentage of wild vetiver.

Sir is it advisable to install a distilation plant to extract oil from wild vetiver. @ 50 per kg i mean at price we can sale the oil.
 

greenlandfns

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We are selling vetiver roots at 100 rs per kg still scarcity of customer 7008362635
Please mail your location/address details along with pictures of the Vetiver stock (root) you have. Hope the variety you have is Chrysopogon zizanioides (there are around 12 varieties of Vetiver grass in the world). Have you ever tried other value addition, apart from selling the root or oil extraction? There is good market for handicrafts and other products made Vetiver grass. If interested, we can provide consultancy services to set up production unit for Vetiver Handicrafts and other value added daily use products from Vetiver root. In this case, low quality root and even waste after oil extraction can be used for making various useful things which can be marketed. If your location is closer to major tourist destinations/pilgrim centres, these places can be a good location for marketing the products. We can also arrange orders for roots to be supplied to Kerala, for Ayurvedic and other value addition purposes. Please mail us your details as requested to E: greenlandfns@gmail.com
 

suraj07

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Lucknow, May 15 () An 'Aroma and Phyto-Pharmaceutical Mission' has been launched to boost cultivation of aromatic crops like lavender, rosemary and lemon grass and medicinal plants like ashwagandha and satavar, keeping in view plight of farmers involved in traditional agriculture and their flight from rural areas due to climate change.

Under the mission by the Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, cultivation of these crops will be promoted especially in unproductive, marginal waste lands including those affected by water scarcity, drought, salinity or flood in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand , J&K, AP, HP , MP, Odisha, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Karnataka,Chhattisgarh, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and North Eastern states.

The purpose is to boost cultivation and value-addition of medicinal and aromatic plants for supply to industries related to aroma business and to the traditional system of Indian medicine, Director CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CSIR-CIMAP), Lucknow, Prof A K Tripathi, said here. Tripathi, who has been designated as Mission Director by DG, CSIR, said several CSIR institutes including CIMAP, CDRI, NBRI and IITR from Lucknow, IIIM, Jammu, IHBT, Palampur, URDIP, Pune, and NEIST, Jorhat will join hands to develop and popularise technologies for cultivation, processing, value-addition, product development and marketing of medicinal and aromatic plants. Under the Aroma Mission various economically important aromatic crops including mint, vetiver, lemon grass, palmarosa, ocimum, patchouli, lavender, rosemary, tagetes, Jammu monarda and valerian will be taken up. Similarly, Phyto-Pharmaceutical Mission will target several economically important medicinal plants including kalmegh, ashwagandha, satavar, senna, silybum, curcuma and swertia, he said.

On the likely outcomes in the next two years, Tripathi was hopeful that a minimum of 6000 hectares of additional area would be brought under cultivation of various aromatic and medicinal crops generating employment among rural youth, and creating trained and skilled manpower leading to an estimated income enhancement of farmers in the range of Rs 25,000 to 75,000 per hectare depending upon the crop they would grow. (MORE) SMI DV

In the above context CSIR-IIIM, Jammu is organizing National Seminar cum Training Camp on 2nd Oct, 2016, Sunday at CSIR-NEERI, Wardha Rd, Nagpur (MS) for Awareness of the Aroma Mission, (the Seminar is open for all without any fee but registration is necessary), the idea behind organizing the Seminar at Nagpur is, its Centre of India, easy for Farmers community to attend and The Tiger City of Nagpur is well connected by Road, Rail and Air, secondly its a Vidharba region which is infamous for “Farmers Suicidal Zone” and lots of agencies including Central, State Govt. and NGO’s are putting their efforts but it seems there is no much change in this scenario.

CSIR-IIIM, Jammu in association with local based Pacific Agro is trying their sincere efforts to provide help some sustainable livelihood to the farmers of this zone, they have already started preparing ground for this Aroma Mission since last two years, here the trials of different Aromatic grasses (Himroja- CK-10, Tawiroja, RRL-CN-5, CKP-25 and Kalam) which are developed by CSIR-IIIM, Jammu has been successfully taken.

They are basically working on two direction first one is for the Irrigated land holders and other one is for Rain fed land holders the emphasis is given on second one because it seems the Suicide are more in this category of the farmers. Dr. Ram Vishwakarma, Director, CSIR-IIIM, Jammu says the Suicide of the farmers is (kalank) a bad patch on the human community and Science only can provide the solution for this. Dr. Suresh Chandra, Chief Scientist, CSIR-IIIM, Jammu, says the Tainting and Information center at Nagpur will be easy to approach and we can reach to more number of farmers.

In the guidance/direction of Dr. Ram Vishwakarma, this is third seminar being organized in Nagpur in association with Pacific Agro and he is also planning to set up Training & Information center of CSIR-IIIM, Jammu in Nagpur to cater the need of the farmers.

The details of the seminar can be seen on- www.aromediherbs.com.

For more information kindly contact – Nagpur- 07083757145, 09730107163, 09422881280 or visit- www.aromediherbs.com.
Hello Sir I would like to attend seminar. Kindly confirm the dates for the same. Is it 2nd and 3rd Oct 2018 Tuesday and Wednesday at above mentioned address kindly revert.
 

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