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The drumstick is a vegetable plant grown for its edible tender pods, leaves, and flowers that are nutrient rich. The drumstick tree is a softwood tree and is native to India. The trees are grown in the tropical and sub-tropical regions around the world. The drumstick tree is called by many English common names for its various qualities such as Moringa, drumstick tree, benzoil tree, and horseradish tree. The tree is a fast-growing, drought-resistant and perennial vegetable tree. Like this we have other high quality agricultural products for medicinal, herbal and other common uses for every home.
Benefits of Moringa
Indian Sandalwood (Santalum album L.) may be considered as one of the world’s most valuable commercial timber and is currently valued globally for its heartwood and oil. Since liberalization of rules regarding sandalwood growing in 2001 and 2002 there has been tremendous interest among farmers and stakeholders across India in farming this tree. The hemi-parasitic nature of the tree, its adaptability to grow in semiarid tracts and potential to grow in combination with horticultural species as secondary hosts makes it a potent agroforestry species.
Benefits of Sandalwood
Melia Dubia will grow up to 40 feet within two years of planting and has the potential of yielding up to 40 tons of biomass on an average per acre per annum of 10 year old plantation. The minimum cultivation period is six years and it can be allowed up to 8 years for good economic value. In addition to the commercial importance these trees helps in preventing temperature rise and checking gas emission into the atmosphere as the trees are naturally endowed to absorb maximum CO2. Its high calorific value makes it a viable source of feedstock for biomass power plants. In view of the ever increasing timber demand for various commercial purposes and shortage in natural resources the importance for the fast growing Melia Dubia is gaining steadily.