Isabgol Farming Information such as variates, soil conditions, land preparation, climatic conditions, pests and diseases, irrigation methods and much more. A study was conducted during Rabi and to increase the productivity of isabgol (Plantago ovata), an important cash crop in western Rajasthan. successfully utilized for the cultivation of aromatic and medicinal plants. We achieved almost complete germination of isabgol seeds using up to ppm.

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Isabgol Cultivation Information Guide | Agri Farming

Local Names of Isabgol in India: Even today, the popularity of isabgol is high in the market. Isabgpl, it was found that there was non-significant difference between all three categories of farmers with respect to adoption of Isabgol cultivation practices. To get a good amount of profit, the cultivation techniques of isabgol must be improved.

After that, it should be ploughed enough times.

Isabgol Farming Information

Keep the crop weed free during early isabbgol growth. It can be grown in almost any kind of soil. Those seeds are harvested at maturity. The present study was purposively conducted in Sanchore Panchayat Samiti of Jalore district of Rajasthan.

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Isabgol Farming Information, Isabgol Cultivation Guide

Isabgol seeds should be processed through a series of grinding mills to separate the husk. Immediately after sowing light irrigation is essential. The isabgol plants are also very much sensitive to the frost. The ploughing must be cultivatino so that the soil becomes smooth and easy for cultivation.

During sowing time, it needs cooler climates. Proper and commercial cultivation of this grain can also increase the exports. The seeds should be sown in rows at 15 cm apart or broadcasted during the month of October to November cool season in India. The isabgol must be planted after the monsoon. Isabgol crop will respond well to in-organic fertilizers like N, P2o5, K2o.

The demand for high-quality isabgol is increasing too. Karkatasringi, Snigddhajirakam, Ispaghal Marathi: Grows well in sandy loam to loamy soils at pH 7. But, the isabgol plants produce best results jsabgol silt or loam soils.

The cultivation of isabgol is easy. Based on results of the soil test, the fertilizers must be applied. However, on an average, one can obtain 10, to 15, INR per hectare land.

When mature, the leaves start to turn yellow and the spikes start to turn brown. Yield in Isabgol Cultivation: The mature seeds are low in moisture. This district ranked first in production of Isabgol. Isabgol is a rabi crop; and needs cool and dry weather during growth period. Following the above things will cultivafion to control the pest and diseases in the field.


Line sowing cm between rows is preferred rather than broadcasting. Introduction of Isabgol Cultivation: After harvest, the plants are stacked together for a couple of days. The seeds yield depends on the variety of isabgol used.

So, such soils must be used. The ph of the soil should not be too high or too low. Early sowing with high seed rate makes the crop susceptible to downy lsabgol. Irrigation in Isabgol Cultivation: Apart from that, it is also used for the preparation of many food items.

The roots must not be cultivtion. This helps in the separation of seeds of isabgol. The well-decomposed farmyard manure must be applied at the time of field preparation.