Ashwagandha is an erect, evergreen shrub about 0.5m to 2.0m tall
The leaves of Ashwagandha are simple, ovate and glabrous
Flowering period is during winters (November to February)
Flowers are inconspicuous, green-yellow found in axillay/umbellate cymes.
Fruits are berries, which are orange red, when ripe enclosed with persistent calyx.
Ashwagandha plants are propagated through seeds
Roots, leaves, fruits and seeds are the economically important parts of Ashwagandha
Benefits of Ashwagandha:
The major challenges involve Biotic and Abiotic causes.
|Crop Stage||Products||Dosage||Method Of Application||Benefits|
|Inorganic fertilizer||Geoxol.COM||15 kg / hectare / application with basal fertilizer, if soil organic carbon (more than / equal to 0.5%) and bulk denisty (less than or equal to 1.6 g / cm3)||Soil Application||Rejuvenates soil for sustainable growth of crops|
|Organic fertilizer||Mycoxol4G||500 g / hectare / application, if soil pH (less than / equal to 7.5) and available P (more than / equal to 15 kg / ha)||Soil Application||Reduces incidence of soil borne diseases, improves availability of phosphorous and other micronutrients|
|Vegetative||PeakMAX||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Improves vegetative growth and reduces disease pressure|
|Vegetative||Privid||1200 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Promotes vegetative growth|
|Pre flowering||Silixol OSA||1200 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Promotes vegetative growth|
|Pre flowering||PeakMAX||"1000 ml / hectare / application "||Foliar Application||Reduces disease pressure|
|Flowering||Silixol OSA||1000 ml / hectare / application||Foliar Application||Improves accumulation of secondary metabolites|
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