Thursday, September 26, 2013

Aloevera Cultivation



ALOE VERA (GUAR PATHA)
Aloe Vera is a medicinal plant with grows 2ft high on yearly basis. Aloe vera is stem less or very short stemmed plant, which grows 24-40inches high and the leaves are about 4inches wide. The leaves are thick and fleshy and green to grey in colour. The leaves are peeled and there’s a viscous liquid is found. The Aloe vera leaves are also used in making of pickles, vegetables, chyawanprash etc. The margin of the leaf is serrated and has small white teeth/ thorns. It is MEDICINAL PLANT.
USES:
In ayurveda, Aloe vera is a natural coolant herb. Bitter-sweet in taste, produces purgative effect. It is used in the treatment of bloating, constipation, gastritis, fever with Kapha dominance and respiratory problems. It is extensively used in liver and spleen disorders. Aloe vera is also used in the treatment of burns, boils. It calms pitta, detoxifies blood and is very useful in many skin diseases. It is good for eye power, it is natural detoxifier. Aloe vera is a good anti aging herb. It is good for hair, when used in the form of Aloe vera hair gel. Aloe vera flowers balance Vata and Pitta. They are also useful in intestinal worms.
The Aloe Vera gel is used to make creams, soaps, shampoo, gel, Chywanprash, Herbal Powder etc. Aloe Vera’s demand as a Herbal Product is extremely high in India and world over.
Cultivation
Aloe vera is a very low maintenance plant, it doesn’t evening require pesticides or manure. Aloe is grown in warm tropical areas and cannot survive freezing temperature. Once it is planted then you get yield for next 5yrs.
Aloe Vera can be cultivated on any soil for ‘dry land management’, sandy loamy soil is the best suited for it. It is grown almost all parts of India, even under constant drought conditions. However, the crop grows well in entire tropical and sub-tropical regions. Since its water requirement is very low, it is best suited for cultivation in Arid and semiarid region specially in Rajasthan, Gujarat, M.P and Maharashtra.
It is grown successfully in marginal to sub marginal soils having low fertility. However, it is observed that its growth was faster under medium fertile heavier soils. Though, well drained loam to coarse sandy loam soils with moderate fertility and pH up to 8.5 are preferred for its commercial cultivation.
Species
Aloe babatiensis is the most common specie of aloe vera and grown in Rajasthan, M.P, U.P and Gujarat.
Marketing                                           
Aloe Vera demand is immense therefore marketing it is not difficult. Wet aloe vera leaves are brought by many Ayurvedic Pharmaceuticals companies. Our company also provides the facility of Buy Back agreement.
Harvesting
Within first year of cultivation, aloe vera leaves can be harvested. Leaving aside 3leaves rest other leaves can be cut using sharp hears. Generally 3-4 pickings per year can be taken depending upon the growth of plants.
ALOE VERA ECONOMIC VIABILITY & INCOME AND EXPENDITURE PROJECT
Expenditure
1.                   At a distance of 2 * 2ft  13,000 saplings can be planted in one Acre of land
2.                   Plantation cost is to be borne only once and then for next 5yrs yield can be extracted.
Cost of Cultivation (13000plants * Rs.4/ plant)=          Rs.   52,000/-
(This includes Supervision, Plantation Labour & Transportation cost)
3.                   Buy back of Agreement of Aloe Vera in 3yrs is charged at Rs.2/ kg.
Income & Yield
1.                   From each plant you get 3kg leaves within the first year of plantation.
13,000 plants  * 3kgs = 39000kgs
2.                   Income from 1 Bigha is
39000kgs  * Rs.2/-  = Rs.78,000/- (from first year of plantation)
3.                   In the second year, within every 6months harvesting is done.
39000kgs * Rs.2/- = Rs.78,000/- * 2 times harvesting = Rs. 1,56,000/-
4.                   This income continues for next 4years of cultivation.
5 yrs total Income                                                                                    = Rs. 7,02,000/-
Cost of Cultivation (To be borne only once)                                 = Rs.    52,000/-
Weeding & other cleaning expenditure of land                          = Rs.    25,000/-
Total Income                                                                                              = Rs. 6,25,000/-
Buy Back Agreement/ Policy
The Buy Back Policy for Aloe vera is after 3 yrs of the yield is bought @ Rs.2 per kg.
If you or your company maintain a healthy then the agreement can be extended by another 2yrs.
As per our agreement Aloe Vera leaves will be cut you or your company, loaded in a truck and then weighed. The payment will be made after that and the transportation expenses will have to be borne by the company.
Aloe Vera Cultivation Agreement
If you want us to cultivate Aloe Vera for you or your company then with this documents there is a Project registration Form attached in which you have to mention details like area (Bigha) in which cultivation is to be done, your company profile and details etc. You will have to fill up all the details send it to us. You will also have to send a Demand Draft of Rs.500/- along with the Project Registration. The DD has to be prepared in the name of Shri Krishna Horticulture Agrotech Research Consultants Pvt Ltd. This is amount is for Project Registration only. 
Following are terms and conditions of your company
1.       For 1 Acre plantation the cost of cultivation is Rs.52,000/-, out of which 50% i.e. Rs.26,000/- has to be paid before the cultivation and the remaining half after the planting is done.
2.       The Buy Back Agreement Stamp paper of Rs.100/- has to be stamped by District Court of your area.
3.       For 10 Acre or more yield the buy Back Agreement Stamp Paper will be of Rs.500/-.
Once the Project Registration form is received and the formalities are fulfilled, our Supervisor will be sent to inspect your land. After this the project for aloe vera plantation will be started.



Aloe vera is a succulent plant species that is found only in cultivation, having no naturally occurring populations, although closely related aloes do occur in northern Africa.The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine since the beginning of the first century AD. Extracts from A. vera are widely used in the cosmetics and alternative medicine industries, being marketed as variously having rejuvenating, healing, or soothing properties. There is, however, little scientific evidence of the effectiveness or safety of Aloe vera extracts for either cosmetic or medicinal purposes, and what positive evidence is available is frequently contradicted by other studies.














CONTENTS IN ALOEVERA:-



Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12,Folic Acid, Niacine
• Vitamins: A, B1, B2 B3, B6, B12
• Contributes to well – being & health
• Supplies body with energy
• Strengthens the immune system
• Minerals : Calcium, Iron, Potassium
• Indispensable for the human metabolism
• Building of blood, needed for growth of bones and teeth
• Amino Acids: Lysine, Threonin, Valine etc
• “Building Blocks" of the body
• Repair tissues / carry oxygen throughout the body
• They form antibodies to combat invading bacteria & viruses
• Enzymes: Oxidase, Catalase etc
• Regulate intestinal activity.
• Assist in the breaking up of food element




USES OF ALOEVERA
In India Aloe, Vera has been referring to as "kumari’ in Ayurvedic treatments where it is useful in the treatment of burns, blood disorders, chronic constipation, skin diseases, and as eye drops for relief in sore eyes and redness as well as bleeding and healing of wounds, etc. It plays an important role in gerontology and rejuvenation.Aloe Vera is full of medicinal properties & it is effective in treating various body ailments
•Medical and Cosmetic Benefits
•Used in number of lotions, creams, gels and shampoos.
•As diet supplement or directly.
•Control the stomach acids and maintain balance in the stomach.
•Improve immune system.
•Stimulates tissues.
•Helpful for diabetes
•Absorb nutrients and neutralizing toxic and bad elements.

5 comments:

  1. Hello sir, Am from TamilNadu i would like to cultivate the aloe vera plant but the cost you buying back from us for 5 years in same price (2 Rs/kg) is not satisfied as per the present economic condition consider this point and reply to me.

    Regards.,
    SELVA

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  2. I have 4 acre land and I want to use it for aloe Vera farming , Will you help and give some ideas for do it ,
    7049059096 is my contact no .

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  4. 017 at 12:56 AM
    I have 20 acre land and I want to use it for aloe Vera farming , Will you help and give some ideas for do it ,
    9426666806 is my contact no .

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  5. Remember, there are over 400 species of aloe with each plant providing unique health benefits. We’ve only introduced 13 of these here. Nutrient-dense plants like aloe vera offer effective ways to consume important vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that support your overall health and well-being. Aloe vera juice has become a popular way to take aloe


    http://www.indoorplants24.com/2016/10/aloe-barbadensis-aloe-vera-indoor-plant.html

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