जम्मू और कश्मीर औषधीय पादपों परिचय केंद्र, अपनी तरह भगवा गुणा बीज (SMSC) कश्मीर में बीज गुणा केन्द्र पर देश के 5 हेक्टेयर से अधिक नर्सरी Corms की पहली बार एक सेटअप है. केसर नर्सरी कृषि मंत्री ने वाइस चेयरमैन जम्मू और कश्मीर औषधीय पादपों परिचय केंद्र Sheikh Gulzaar के साथ निरीक्षण किया गया था. एक आधिकारिक बयान में कहा है कि नर्सरी 5 हेक्टेयर के एक क्षेत्र और स्वस्थ पांचवें calibar केसर की 3000 किलो अधिक वैज्ञानिक आधार पर विकसित किया गया है corms में लगाया है कि बारी में भगवा तहत अपने केसर किसानों के बीच वितरण के लिए तीन गुना अधिक केसर बीज corms का उत्पादन होगा मिशन. जम्मू और कश्मीर औषधीय पादपों परिचय केंद्र केसर बीज corms के बीज गुणन के लिए नर्सरी में दो प्रौद्योगिकियों को अपनाया है, एक पारंपरिक है जो पंपोर और दूसरा Kareves में मुख्य रूप से प्रयोग किया जाता है स्पेनिश प्रौद्योगिकी है.
अधिक जानकारी से प्राप्त किया जा सकता है: - जे के औषधीय संयंत्रों परिचय केंद्र (आर एंड डी)
Common Name: Chinese Fan Palm Botanical Name: Livistonia chinensis Subfamily :Coryphoideae Plant Type : Solitary Fan Palm Tree Origin : China, southern Japan Height : 25' Rate of Growth :Slow Salt Tolerance : Moderate Soil Requirements :Widely adaptable Water Requirements :High drought tolerance Nutritional Requirements :Moderate Light Requirements :Moderate, High Form :Solitary fan palm, canopy of 30-50 leaves Leaves: Costapalmate, divided to 2/3 into 60-100 deeply split segments that are pendant in their lower half, olive-green in color. Inflorescence :6' long, produced from among the leaves Fruits :Grayish-blue. 1/2 - 1" long Pests or diseases : None of consequence Uses : Specimen plant Bad Habits : Slightly susceptible to lethal yellowing Propagation : Seed, germinates in 1-2 months
Palm-Livistonia chinensis seeds are available with us in bulk for planting purpose
(All our medicinal seeds are open-pollinated)
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Hawthorn-Crataegus oxyacantha Synonyms: Crataegus oxyacantha, Crataegus oxyacanthoides Family : Rosaceae (Rose Family) Medicinal use of Crataegus oxyacantha : Hawthorn-Crataegus oxyacantha is an extremely valuable medicinal herb. It is used mainly for treating disorders of the heart and circulation system, especially angina. Western herbalists consider it a "food for the heart", it increases the blood flow to the heart muscles and restores normal heart beat. This effect is brought about by the presence of bioflavonoids in the fruit, these bioflavonoids are also strongly antioxidant, helping to prevent or reduce degeneration of the blood vessels. The fruit is antispasmodic, cardiac, diuretic, sedative, tonic and vasodilator. Both the fruits and flowers of hawthorns are well-known in herbal folk medicine as a heart tonic and modern research has borne out this use. The fruits and flowers have a hypotensive effect as well as acting as a direct and mild heart tonic. They are especially indicated in the treatment of weak heart combined with high blood pressure, they are also used to treat a heart muscle weakened by age, for inflammation of the heart muscle, arteriosclerosis and for nervous heart problems. Prolonged use is necessary for the treatment to be efficacious. It is normally used either as a tea or a tincture. Hawthorn is combined with ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) to enhance poor memory, working by improving the blood supply to the brain. The bark is astringent and has been used in the treatment of malaria and other fevers. The roots are said to stimulate the arteries of the heart.
Description of the plant: Plant : Deciduous Shrub Height : 6 m (20 feet) Flovering : April to May Scent : Scented Shrub
Edible parts of Crataegus oxyacantha : Fruit - raw or cooked. A dry and mealy texture, they are not very appetizing. The fruit can be used for jams and preserves. The fruit pulp can be dried, ground into a meal and mixed with flour in making bread etc. The fruit is about 1cm in diameter. There are up to five fairly large seeds in the centre of the fruit, these often stick together and so the effect is of eating a cherry-like fruit with a single seed. Young leaves and young shoots - raw. A tasty nibble, they are nice in a salad. Young leaves are a tea substitute. The roasted seed is a coffee substitute.
Other uses of the herb : A good hedge plant, it is very tolerant of neglect and is able to regenerate if cut back severely, it makes a good thorny stock-proof barrier and resists very strong winds. It can be used in layered hedges. The plant is often used as a rootstock for several species of garden fruit such as the medlar (Mespilus germanica) and the pear (Pyrus communis sativa). Wood - very hard and tough but difficult to work. It has a fine grain and takes a beautiful polish but is seldom large enough to be of great value. It is used for tool handles and making small wooden articles etc. The wood is valued in turning and makes an excellent fuel, giving out a lot of heat, more so even than oak wood. Charcoal made from the wood is said to be able to melt pig iron without the aid of a blast.
Propagation of Crataegus oxyacantha : Seed - this is best sown as soon as it is ripe in the autumn in a cold frame, some of the seed will germinate in the spring, though most will probably take another year. Stored seed can be very slow and erratic to germinate, it should be warm stratified for 3 months at 15 C and then cold stratified for another 3 months at 4 C. It may still take another 18 months to germinate. Scarifying the seed before stratifying it might reduce this time. Fermenting the seed for a few days in its own pulp may also speed up the germination process. Another possibility is to harvest the seed "green" (as soon as the embryo has fully developed but before the seedcoat hardens) and sow it immediately in a cold frame. If timed well, it can germinate in the spring. If you are only growing small quantities of plants, it is best to pot up the seedlings as soon as they are large enough to handle and grow them on in individual pots for their first year, planting them out in late spring into nursery beds or their final positions. When growing larger quantities, it might be best to sow them directly outdoors in a seedbed, but with protection from mice and other seed-eating creatures. Grow them on in the seedbed until large enough to plant out, but undercut the roots if they are to be left undisturbed for more than two years.
Available in 50, 100, 200, 500 seeds/Pkt
Note: All our organic seeds are open-pollinated varieties produced on the JKMPIC
Hawthorn-Crataegus oxyacantha seed/plant/berries are available at:
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
Olea europaea trees- Olive trees prefer sub-tropical and temperate regions of the world. These trees are native to the Asia and Africa. They like hot weather and sunny positions without any shade. They need full sun for fruit production, but also need a slight winter chill for the fruit to set. Temperatures below minus 10°C (14°F) may injure even a mature tree.