Organic Sunrise Natural deals with different types of medicinal plant cultivation Stevia cultivation, Aleovera cultivation and Amla Cultivation to introduce the nation’s farmers about a new way of economic freedom.
In India, the history of Stevia cultivation become successful as it is an alternative source of income for the farmers. This plant has various types of medicinal benefits for the human being. Stevia is 300 times sweeter than sugarcane and beneficial for the diabetic and fatty people.
Stevia cultivation requires average temperature of 300 C to 320 and 150 cm rainfall for excellent growth. The temperature above 450 C and below 50 C will damage the Stevia crop. Additionally, the Stevia plant will grow best in well rich, drained, red and sandy loam soil. As the market demand of Stevia is high for medical purpose therefore it is helpful for the farmers of obtaining economic freedom.
At present time, Aleovera cultivation is playing an important role in changing the farmer’s economic situations as Aleovera has different types of nutrients and vitamins that are beneficial for human being. Aleovera plants can grow in different types of environmental situations. The farmers can grow Aleovera plants successful in lower rainy places. Aleovera plantation can be done successfully from sandy to loamy soil.
A farmer can get net income 2, 00,000 rupees from 1 acre land by investing 1,00,000. Therefore, Aleovera cultivation is a good alternative option for the farmers as it has good health benefits and provides good income.
In Ayurveda, Amla is a highly productive, abundant nutrient and a unique medicinal plant. This is the best and natural source of vitamin C which keeps us away from all kinds of diseases. Amla is a tree of tropical climate but it can also be grown easily in dry phenomenon. Amla is a tolerant fruit, so its cultivation can be successfully done from sandy soil to smooth soil. Deep fertile sandy loam soil is considered best for its cultivation. If, there is talk of fertilization in Amla's cultivation, then 100 gram nitrogen, 60 grams of phosphorus and 75 grams of potash should be given per acre land. Thus, with proper care, we can easily get the fruits of Amla about 2.5 to 3 quintals from a tree, which can be from 150 to 200 quintals per hectare.