Tulsi is one of the most common plants found in India
It is also known as holy tulasi, holy basil
Tulsi is a native of the Indian subcontinent and widely cultivated in South east Asia due to medicine properties and for religious beliefs
It is perennial aromatic herb
Leaves are the economically important part of Tulsi
Benefits of Tulsi:
Tulsi is an erect and profusely branched shrub attaining a height of upto 70cm
It has a hairy stem
Leaves are green to purple coloured, which are simple with petiole ovate to oblong in shape with serrated margins.
Flowers are small whitish to purplish in colour borne in racemes
|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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