Vegetables and fruits become old… Now there is a chance to earn good by planting medicine plants! Here is the whole plan

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If you want to cultivate medicinal crops, then you will also get many options for earning. Apart from this, the special thing is that these crops do not require much water or special type of soil.

There are about 8500 methods of these medicines. These drugs are divided into three categories.

Now farmers are cultivating different ways except traditional crops, from strawberries to chia seeds. In such a situation, now farmers are also cultivating medicinal crops, due to which they are benefiting well. In such a situation, if you want to cultivate medicinal crops, then you will also get many options for earning. Apart from this, the special thing is that these crops do not require much water or special type of soil. In such a situation, with less resources, you can cultivate them, which is being sold in the market at a good price.

There are about 8500 methods of these medicines. These drugs are divided into three categories. One of these categories is those crops that are used directly, such as basil. Apart from this, there is a cultivation, which is used in Ayurvedic medicines and the third type of crops are useful for the farmist companies. Let us know that all crops are grown according to the climate of their region and according to that you should do farming.

Where can we do farming.

By the way, every farming depends on the climate of your area. In Rajasthan and Gujarat, the cultivation of medicinal crops is more and where there is not much fertile land. At the same time, many types of medicinal plants can be cultivated. Right now their demand is increasing. At the same time, farmers of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Bengal, because of the good irrigation system, you can cultivate Kalmegh. Its flowers, leaves and stems are all sold at a good price. Its five parts are sold at a good price.

Who can cultivate?

In this, you can cultivate Ashwagandhi, Giloy, Bhringraj, Satavar, Pudina, Mogra, Tulsi, Ghritkumari, Brahmi, Shankhpushpi and sycamore etc. Explain that 4000 crore rupees have been given to promote medicinal i.e. herbal farming in the economic package given under the Self-Reliant India Campaign. It is effective in doubling the income of farmers.

What kind of farming is there?

Medicinal plants can be cultivated in two ways. There are some in it, whose flowers and leaves are used as medicines, in which amla, neem and sandalwood are important and these plants take the shape of the tree in the long term. Its wood, leaves etc. are useful. However, it starts getting profits after a long time.

Farming that gives high returns in a short time

In the above-mentioned farming, you start earning after a long time. At the same time, income is started in a short time by the cultivation of isabgol, basil, aloe vera, turmeric and ginger. All these are used to make Ayurvedic medicines.

Income is good

Let us know that the demand for these drugs is increasing and the special thing is that there can be good farming with less investment in them. In addition, they are also sold in the market at a good price. So if you cultivate it with the right technology, then you can easily earn good money.

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Bhagyashree Soni
Bhagyashree Soni
Bhagyashree Soni is a software engineer with soft writing skills. She is a degree holder from the International School of Entrepreneurial Leadership. She has been a state-level badminton champion and chess player. A woman with a forthright attitude enjoys her writing passion as her chosen career. Writing in the context of feminism, social-cause and entreprenurship is her forte.
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