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There is a lot of demand for aloe vera, earn profit by doing farming like this


Aloe vera, which has a special place in Ayurveda, is also called aloe vera. It is most commonly used in the manufacture of Ayurvedic medicines and herbal cosmetics. In view of the increasing demand of Aloe Vera in the market these days, farmers cultivating it can earn good profits. Talk about the length of the plants, then its plants range from 60 to 100 centimeters. Its leaves are green in color and have white spots on it. Let's get information related to Aloe Vera cultivation from here.

Best time to grow Aloe Vera

  • Aloe vera can be cultivated in all seasons except the cold season.

  • July-August is the best month for its cultivation.

Suitable soil and climate

  • It can also be cultivated in sandy soil, loamy soil and black soil.

  • It can also be cultivated in hot humid climate to dry and hot climate.

farm preparation method

  1. Before the onset of rainy season, one to two plowing the field 20 to 30 cm deep.

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

  • For good yield, add 4 to 5 tonnes of cow dung per acre of land.

  • Make proper drainage system in the field.

Seed selection and sowing method

  • It is cultivated through tubers of 3 to 4 months old and 4-5 leaves.

  • 5,000 to 10,000 tubers are required per acre of land.

  • Sow it by making 2 lines in 1 meter. Keep a distance of 1 meter after two lines.

  • In the rainy season, some small plants start growing from the old plants. Remove these small plants along with the roots and transplant them in the empty places in the field.

  • Irrigation and weed control Give one light irrigation immediately after sowing.

  • After this irrigation should be done as per the requirement.

  • While irrigating, take special care that there is no water stagnation in the field.

  • To control weeds, weeding is done at regular intervals.

harvest harvest

  • It can be harvested 1 year after planting.

  • Cut off the leaves of the plants with a sharp knife or blade.

  • Leaves can be harvested at intervals of three to four months.

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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 take advantage of this information and get good yield of aloe vera. Ask us your questions related to this through comments.


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21 September 2021

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