|Service Duration||As per your requirement|
|Start Date / Month||Perennial|
Patchouli Plantation as a branched, erect, perennial aromatic herb with quardiangular stems (family: Lamiaceae). It is considered to be a native of Phillippines and Malaysia. The leaves are covered with trichomes all over the epidermis, which contains the essential oil. The oil is obtained by steam distillation of shade dried leaves.
Cultivating a wide variety of Patchouli, we are serving to varied industrial requirements. Since centuries, this plant is used globally for manufacturing perfumes as the plant bears a heavy and pleasant fragrance. Patchouli is planted in our own farms as well as through contract farming. We are given the plants and technical guidance for the cultivation of patchouli to farmers with buy back agreement. Patchouli requires the temperature between 25 deg to 40 deg. With humidity above 60% .Patchouli has proven to be a very beneficial crop to the farmers. The yield per acre varies between 3 MT to 5 MT depending upon irrigation system, soil, fertilizers .
Patchouli grows well in warm to tropical climates. It thrives in hot weather but not direct sunlight. If the plant withers due to lack of water, it will recover well and quickly after rain or watering. The seed-producing flowers are very fragrant and blossom in late fall. The tiny seeds may be harvested for planting, but they are very delicate and easily crushed. Cuttings from the mother plant can also be rooted in water to produce additional plants.We have our associate nurseries for the supply of patchouli plants. Patchouli is being cultivated in over more than 5000 acres all over India.
|Land Area||50 - 100 acres|
|Start Date / Month||pernnial|