Mr. Abhijeet Vishen on “Eucalyptus tree farming”

Mr. Abhijeet Vishen is the Manger at India Plantation in Lucknow,  says “Nowadays eucalyptus clone hybrid plants are grown in many parts of India because these plants takes less time for their maturity and leaves of eucalyptus are also used for making medicines and oil there are different types of clone plants such as 413,316,207 which are used in different industries according to variety of plants. Eucalyptus belongs to family of myrtaceae with 300 species of genus. It is a native of Australia and Tasmania. It is fast growing tree in world and attained great height (one of its species attained height of 480 feet). It is also known as gum tree, nilgiri tree or safeda. It is planted for fuel wood, poles, timber, and biomass and for essential oil purpose. Essential oil of eucalyptus has special space in ayurveda treatment. Also it is good source of nectar for honey bees. Major eucalyptus growing states are Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Gujarat, Punjab and Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal and Karnataka.”