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Increased demand for Brahmi in Ayurveda treatment, if you do farming like this, there will be a lot of benefits

Increased demand for Brahmi in Ayurveda treatment, if you do farming like this, there will be a lot of benefits

लेखक - Soumya Priyam | 21/5/2021

Brahmi has a special place in Ayurveda. Therefore it is extensively cultivated in medicinal plants. Plants are 2 to 3 feet tall. The color of their flowers is white, light blue and light yellow. The leaves have a dull taste. Due to its cooling effect, its consumption is beneficial in problems related to digestion. Along with this, it also proves beneficial in diseases like cancer, asthma, epilepsy, anemia etc. Let us get some important information related to Brahmi cultivation through this post.

Best time for cultivation of Brahmi

  • The month of June-July is suitable for its sowing.

  • Suitable soil and climate

  • Brahmi can be cultivated in sandy loam soil, sandy soil and light black soil.

  • Cultivate it in acidic soil for good growth of plants.

  • Plants require warm and humid climate.

farm preparation method

  • First, do one deep ploughing with a soil turning plow.

  • Leave the field open for a few days after deep plowing.

  • After this, make the soil of the field level and friable by doing light plowing 2 to 3 times.

  • At the time of last tillage, add 3 to 4 tonnes of cow dung per acre of field.

sowing method

  • Brahmi can be cultivated by sowing seeds as well as transplanting plants.

sowing seeds

  • If cultivation is to be done by seed, then prepare the plants in pro-tray nursery.

  • Soak the seeds in water for 24 hours before sowing. This makes germination easier.

planting plants

  • 25 thousand plant cuttings are required per acre of field.

  • Transplant the plants in the main field through the seedling.

  • Plant to plant distance should be 20 cm.

  • Keep a distance of 20 cm between each line.

Irrigation and Weed Control

  • During the rainy season, the crop does not require irrigation when it rains.

  • Irrigate at 12 to 15 days interval during summer season.

  • Irrigation should be done at an interval of 18 to 20 days in cold season.

  • Brahmi is a medicinal plant, so harmful chemicals should not be used to control weeds.

  • Control weeds in the field by weeding.

  • Try to manually remove weeds that emerge 25 to 30 days after transplanting the plants. This will not harm the roots of the plants.

cutting of plants

  • The crop is ready for first harvesting 5 months after transplanting.

  • Harvest from a height of 4-5 cm above the ground surface.

  • Plants can be harvested 2 to 3 times per year.

  • After harvesting, dry the plants in a shady place.

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  • Up to 75 percent subsidy will be given on medicinal plants. Get more information here.

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 take advantage of this information and earn more profit by cultivating Brahmi. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.

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