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Cultivation of Brahmi: Do it three to four times in a year, harvesting will be more profitable

Cultivation of Brahmi: Do it three to four times in a year, harvesting will be more profitable

लेखक - Surendra Kumar Chaudhari | 14/6/2021

Due to the increasing demand for medicinal plants in the market and the profits derived from the cultivation of medicinal plants, the trend of farmers is increasing towards the cultivation of medicinal plants. Now farmers are looking to cultivate medicinal plants like Brahmi, Tulsi, Ashwagandha, Aloe vera, etc. apart from traditional crops like paddy, maize, wheat, etc. Talking about medicinal plants, the cultivation of Brahmi can prove to be a profitable deal for the farmers who want more profit. By cultivating Brahmi once, farmers can harvest three to four times in a year. Let us get detailed information on the cultivation of Brahmi.

Some important information related to the cultivation of Brahmi

  • Brahmi can be cultivated in almost all regions of India.

  • The pH level of the soil should be 5 to 7 for its cultivation.

  • Brahmi can be cultivated easily on the banks of canals and rivers.

  • For the good development of plants, the soil must be friable. For this, first do deep plowing once.

  • After deep ploughing, do light plowing two to three times and plowing the field.

  • Brahmi is a medicinal crop, so do not use fertilizers containing harmful chemicals in its cultivation.

  • For good growth of plants, use dung manure and compost manure in the field.

  • It is cultivated like paddy by first preparing nursery.

  • Apart from sowing of seeds, brahmi can also be cultivated successfully by transplanting plants.

  • Plants prepared in nursery are transplanted by making beds in the field.

  • There should be a distance of 20 to 25 cm between all the beds.

  • The distance between all the plants should also be about 20 cm.

  • The first harvest of the crop can be done about 5 months after transplanting the plants.

  • Plants can be harvested every 3 months after the first harvest. In this way the crop can be harvested three to four times in a year.

  • Farmers cultivating Brahmi can earn good profits by selling its roots along with its leaves.

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We hope this information will prove to be important for you. If you liked this information, then like this post and also share it with other farmers. So that other farmer friends can also earn more profit by cultivating Brahmi. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.

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