Safed Musli is a medicinal plant that is native to India. Its botanical name is chlorophytum borivilianum and belongs to Liliaceae family. Safed Musli is a herb with linear leaves appearing over ground with the advent of summer rains. Flowers white. Tuberous root is used in ayurvedic medicin. Safed Musli requires well drained loamy to sandy loam soils rich in organic matter.
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As Musli grows naturally in most parts of India, as per practical experience it can grow successfully in the wide range of temperature and rainfall. Sandy loam soil with proper drainage system facilitates its growth. The Land is to be required to be prepared in the month of April - May. The sowing of Safed Musli starts with the first shower of the monsoon. After Maturity stage of the crop means that the crop cycle is complete, hence its tuner should be dug out as per practical experience.
On an average this crop gives a yield of 25 quintals of wet musli per acre. After peeling and drying up nearly 20 percent of dry musli is finally obtained.
Dingu is also included in production of seeds of Potato, Onion and Garlic since last 35 years, now he is producing quality planting material of Safed Musli. We also produce Safed Musli with other crops including Amla and Chiku etc. This process of cultivation is known as Inter-Cropping. About Us. Safed Musli. Uses of Musli. Organic Safed Musli. The Economics. Photo Gallery. Contact Us. Send Enquiry. At least five trollys of Cow dung manure per Acre should be mixed in the month of April or May.
Raised beds should be prepared as per planning of plantation in the end of Month May. The Raised bed distance should be 24 inches and height should be inches. All the raised Beds should be well irrigated before sowing the planting Material.
Raised bed help in growing of tubers of Musli and to facilitate the proper drainage. The distance of beds could be increased to 3. Sowing of Musli The sowing of Safed Musli starts with the first shower of the monsoon. Sowing on Beds. Sowing on Ridge. Safed Musli - The Golden root
Safed Musli Agrotechnology
As Musli grows naturally in most parts of India, as per practical experience it can grow successfully in the wide range of temperature and rainfall. Sandy loam soil with proper drainage system facilitates its growth. The Land is to be required to be prepared in the month of April - May. The sowing of Safed Musli starts with the first shower of the monsoon.
Safed Musli Cultivation Information Guide
Safed musli Chlorophytum borivillianum is an important Ayurvedic medicinal plant. The small seedlings of musli are found in forests during rainy season. Leaves are slightly yellowish and white flowers with 6 petals are arranged on the flowering stalk which emerge from the centre of the plant. About flowers on the flowering stalk appear in July. The seed is very small, black and enclosed in the holes.
Safed Musli Chlorophytum borivilianum Santapau is a wonder herb which is also known as natural aphrodisiac alternative to Viagra. The dry tuberous roots of the plant are used as tonic for rejuvenating the male reproductive system, impotence, low sperm and in chronic leucorrhoea. In gynaecology, it is reportedly useful during pregnancy as a nutritive tonic for mother and foetus, replenishes lost fluids and improves the quantity and flow of breast milk. The global demand for Safed Musli has been increasing steadily. It ranks sixth among 28 selected priority medicinal plants, the cultivation and export of which is being actively encouraged by the Government of India, through National Medicinal Plants Board. Safed Musli requires well drained loamy to sandy loam soil rich in organic matter.
Basically this plant is found in forest areas. This plant has excellent ayurvedic properties. This crop is perfect for commercial cultivation as it has very good demand in the market. The growing method of musli is very easy and anyone who has no experience of farming can go for it. One can expect decent profits in commercial safed musli farming with good crop management practices. Health Benefits of Safed Musli:- Usually this herb root is used in ayurvedic medicines and the following are some of the health benefits of safed Musli root. Climate Required for Safed Musli Cultivation:- Warm and humid climate is suitable for its cultivation.