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AN OVERVIEW ON VIDANG (E. ribes): RELOCATING TO THE FIELD THROUGH CULTIVATION TECHNIQUES

Dr. Devraj Singh*, Dr. Rekha Parmar and Dr. Satej Banne

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Vidang is a huge scandent bush with elliptic lanceolate leaves; blossoms little white or greenish-white; natural products are little adjusted red to blackish, striated, 3-4 mm berries. Blossoming March- April and fruiting June-October. Normal NAMES: Bhabhirang, Vidangah and Vellah. Area: Hills of eastern India in Assam, Bengal, Orissa Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and so on PART USED: Fruit CULTIVATION: SOIL AND CLIMATE The plant can be filled in assortment of soils including light dark cotton soil, sandy/rough in various agro-climatic conditions in tropical areas up to 800-1500 m. height. NURSERY RAISING AND PLANTING The seeds are planted in decidedly ready nursery beds in May-June. Around Five-kilogram seeds are needed for planning 10,000 plants, which are adequate for one section of land of land. The seedlings of a half year are relocated in to the intensely manured field a good way off of 60x60cm. The seelings can likewise be planted in pits of 1x1 feet size. Fertilizer Compost/Vermi fertilizer, natural excrement is liked. Weeding and diminishing of plants might be done as and when required as a rule following 15-30 days for better development of the plants. Water system the ranch can be inundated for the most part at a time period day. Gathering/POST Harvesting is done following two years. For the most part fruiting beginnings in August-September following 2 years of manor and natural product ripes during November to January. The natural products are gathered, dried in conceal and put away in clean permeable Jute-sacks. The organic products are gathered physically and the plant is permitted to become further. YIELD The produce (dry products) of around 25 q/ha can be gathered. Financial matters the rate for a kg. of natural product goes from Rs.100-150. (YEAR-2001).[1]

Keywords: Vidanga, Soil, Climate, Harvesting, Economy.


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