The major components of safed musli are carbohydrates (41%), protein (%), saponins Heavy black soil is not suitable for cultivation of Musli. Climate. 18 Jan Safed Musli (Chlorophytum borivilianum L.) is a medicinal tuberous root herbal plant, with small, usually white flowers, produced on sparse. Chlorophytum borivilianum (family Liliaceae) is a high-value medicinal plant becoming rare because it is harvested fromthe wild. To encourage its adoption as a.

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Treatment with Humicil 5ml in 1 litre of water or Dithane M 5gm per litre is done to protect crop from soil borne diseases.

Safed Musli could be easily intercropped in between maize rows. Mulching is done for the better growth.

Method of sowing Transplanting of seedling in main field. Nursery bed should be well prepared on which seedlings are raised. Even a small, 1 cm long and slightly shrinken fleshy roots or root stocks has a capacity to reproduce into new plants. Soil should have proper drainage to drain out any excess muali.


It take days to sprout. Land is mainly prepared in the month of April — May. One to two weeding-cum-hoeings are needed to keep the soil porous and free of weedy growth. Roots are in cluster having black seeds.

Health Benefits of Safed Musli: The harvested fleshy roots are cleaned and skin is removed. The saffd can be transplanted in the field during the next Kharif season only at 30×15 cm spacing because the development of plants as well as roots by means of seeds in the first year is not vigorous enough as compared the vegetatively propagated plants.


How to grow Safed Musli (Chlorophytum Borivilianum) – Krishisewa

Make sure to irrigate the raised beds well before plantation. Seeds start germinating in about days. The crop may be sown after receipt of rains. Package of Practices for Cultivation of Guggal Commiphora wightii. The number of farmers interested in musli growing is increasing very rapidly but due to lack of expert knowledge about cultivation, particularly harvesting and post harvest processing, the middlemen are cheating the farmers.

Major diseases found in safed musli cultivation are: Time of sowing Optimum time for sowing of Safed musali is cyltivation June umsli August month.

Safed Musli requires well drained loamy to saded loam soils rich in organic matter. The seed rate depends on the cultivar and approximately to kg of seed is required to cover 1 acre crop.

It could be propagated through seeds as well as by vegetative means root-stock bearing buds or growing points. About ten quintals of fleshy root wet per hectare, is collected. Cocoa Cultivation Information Guide. Pest and their control: Make sure to muwli drip-lines at the middle of each of the raised beds.

Seed treatment To protect crop from insect, pest and diseases, treatment of fungicide and growth promoter are done. If you are planning for large scale or commercial cultivation of musli, soil test cultiation to be carried out to find out the soil health and it provides the opportunity to supplement the soil with deficient micro-nutrients.


Safed Musli Cultivation Information Guide. However, for the purpose of raising plants in cultivatio field either the sprouted seedlings should be collected from the forest between 10 to 30 days after receipt of rains and transplanted in the field or fleshy root bunches should be taken out from the ground or storage place in mid of May.

For Safed musli, it required well prepared nursery beds.

Safed Musli Crop Information | Apni Kheti

The white tubers are taken and then they are air dried for around days. The white musalitubers obtained are dried spread in the shade for about days to msuli its moisture. I agree to the Terms.

Irrigation in Safed Musli Cultivation: Sufficient moisture is needed during the vegetative and root growth period. Your email address will not be published. Safed Musli is a medicinal plant that is native to India. These varieties are maintained and collected by RAU, Udaipur.

After chemical treatment, use seeds for sowing. Diseases and their control: It is found mainly in tropical and subtropical Africa. Mainly tuber harvesting is done in the month of March or April.