Shatavari Agreement

We understand the value of a farmer`s land and ensure clean work to preserve the quality of the soil and the cleanliness of the field and its environment. As a responsible sector, SAMI LABS recognizes the importance of:- Very good team. All work is completed on time. Quick steering recovery. It is grown in a variety of soils such as red clay up to clay soil, black soil in lateritarian soil with a good drainage system. It can also grow under rocky and flat soils with a soil depth not exceeding 20-30 cm. It provides the best result in black medium ground sandy clay with a good drainage system and pH in the range of 6-8 zones best for plant growth. For the growth of Shatavari plants, we exclusively use high-quality Shatavari seeds, rich in quality. They are reliable seeds and ensure big profits with the help of our team of experts. The soil is chemically treated before seed ense. The seeds will be sown in April. Sow Shatavari seeds on raised beds 30-40 cm wide and a comfortable length. After sowing, cover the beds with a thin cloth to store moisture.

Germination of seedlings begins within 8-10 days. Seedlings are ready to be replanted when they reach the height of 45 cm. Seedlings are planted on slices of 60 X 60cm. Shatavari is known as the most innocent herb that contains a wide range of benefits for the human body. He is called “Shatavari” as a woman who owns a hundred husbands. It is a rejuvenating herb and roots are used every year in India about 500 tons for the manufacture of medicines. Drugs made from Shatavari is used to treat gastric ulcers, dyspepsia and for nervous disorders. It is a shrub with an average height of 1-3m with fascicles or grouped roots. The flowers are branched and 3cm long. Periand is white with a good scent and 3mm long.

The anthers are purple, and the berries are purple in reddish color. It is found in Africa, Sri Lanka, China, India and the Himalayas. In India, it is found in Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Kerala and Punjab. The first immediate watering should take place after planting seedlings on the main field. Too much irrigation is not necessary for this harvest. At first, however, irrigation is done 4-6 days apart and after a while irrigation is done at weekly intervals. Irrigation should take place before harvest in order to facilitate root digging.. .

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