Latest Products http://www.genewinbiotech.in Latest Products 17-02-01 en-us http://www.genewinbiotech.in Tissue Culture Aloe Vera Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-aloe-vera-plants.htm Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Aloe King is a hardy perennial tropical plant that can be cultivated in drought areas as well. This species is famous due to its medicinal properties. Aloe King used in indigenous and Unani systems of medicine; in cosmetics. Aloe plant demands light and can grow in nutritionally weak soil also. It is stemless or short stemmed. Aloe leaves are thick, fleshy, greyish green which can grow 50 - 75 cm long. Leaf surfaces are marked with white colored spots. Completely developed plant is 60-100 cm high and matured leaves are 7-10 cm long. Aloe King is highly nutritious which is rich in Vitamins, minerals; regulate intestinal activity; fight against invaders in the body; it also neutralizes the toxicity; very much useful for Diabetes patients. Details : Advantages of Tissue Culture - True to the type - High market value - Healthy and disease free - Only identified variety for consumption - Tissue culture planting material are safer to consume whereas conventional - planting material poses the threat of heavy metal toxicity Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - It can thrive best in dry sandy soils; soil pH tolerance for this plant is high of about 8.5 Climate/Temperature - Can be grown in low rainfall regions; dry areas with warm humid conditions. This species cannot tolerate cool and frost climatic conditions; Temperature preferred is 20-50oC Variety - Aloe barbadensis or Miracle plant Time of Planting - Throughout the year Spacing - 1.5 X 1.5 feet Days to Flowering - Not applicable Harvesting: - After 1 year; Every year, harvesting can be done 4 months once. Yield per acre - 20 30 tons of leaves per acre Tissue Culture Bambusa Brandisii Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-bambusa-brandisii-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Brandisii King is a thornless variety and the largest tropical clumping bamboo. It is very huge evergreen tufted with the culms of 19  33 m high and 13  20 cm in diameter. Culms are ashy gray to greenish gray in color. It consists of arrow shaped leaves with 20-30 cm long and 2.5  5 cm broad. Bamboo helps in Carbon sequestration. This is mainly used in Furniture making, Construction, Agarbatti industry. It is being widely recognized in farm implements and Handicrafts. Details : Advantages of Tissue Culture - True to the type - High market value - Healthy and disease free - High biomass yielding plant - Throughout the year plantation possible - Energy can be generated - Better survival - Field performance tested Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - It can thrive in different types of soils but prefers well drained loamy soil Climate/Temperature- Prefers wet evergreen tropical forests with an altitude of 1300 m;Prefers cold climate Variety- Burma bamboo or Velvet leaf Bamboo or Sweet Dragon Bamboo Time of Planting- Onset of monsoon Spacing- 6 m x 6 m Days to Flowering- 45-50 years Harvesting- 8 years Yield per acre- 40 tons Tissue Culture Grand Nain Banana Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-grand-nain-banana-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Yellow Banana King is one of the most commonly cultivated Cavendish bananas. These are the high yielding plantain among all the banana varieties which is introduced to India from Israel. It is the solid green fruit with high export value and economically highly profitable producing 16 hands and 16 fingers consisting of 225-250 fruits per plant. This variety has good wind resistance and excellent landscaping potential. Matured height of the Yellow Banana King is 6-8 feet. The size of Yellow Banana King fruit is 41 mm usually which is the preferred size for export. Length of the fruit is 10.5 - 11--; Girth of the fruit is 5.5 - 6-. Details : Advantages of Tissue Culture - True to the type - Synchronous flowering - High market value - High yield and quality - Early Maturity - Free from all diseases at the time of supply - Throughout the year plantation possible - Uniform growth of fruits Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type- Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature- Optimum range - 15 - 35 C; Upper and Lower limits - 10 - 40 C Variety- Grand Naine (G-9) Time of Planting- Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing- Normal spacing 6 x 6 feet; 6 x 5 feet; 5 x 5 feet High density spacing - 5 x 3 feet Days to Flowering- 8 - 10 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 2 - 3 months after flowering Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 35to45 Kg/plant; Minimum - 20 Kg; Maximum - 65 Kg Yield per acre - 40 to 45 tons Tissue Culture Ginger Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-ginger-plants.htm Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Ginger King is an important commercial crop known for its aromatic rhizomes used as both medicine and spice. The rhizomes of Ginger King are erect, has leafy stems which is about 30 -90 cm in height. The leaves are dark green, 15-20 cm long, narrow, lanceolate with a prominent midrib. At the 9th month, green leaves turn yellow. Ginger King promotes healthy heart; prevent ulcers; good for diabetes; regulates cholesterol levels; treats arthritis; boosts immune system. Details : Advantages of Tissue Culture- True to the type - High market value - Healthy and disease free - Economically highly profitable as the planting material is in the form of sprouted shoots whereas in the traditional way of plantation, Mulching should be practiced for sprouting the shoots which spoils the seed quality; lowers Germination rate and invite diseases - Throughout the year planting can be done - Tissue culture planting material accommodates less space and more plants Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - Prefers well drained soils like sandy or clay loamy, red loamy soils Climate/Temperature- Warm humid climate with moderate rainfall; dry weather is important during harvesting Variety - Zingiber officinale Intercrop- Tomato, Chilli, Banana, Tree castor, Coconut, Coffee, Orange, Pigeon pea Time of Planting- Onset of monsoon Spacing- 1.5 x 1.5 feet Days to Flowering- Not applicable Harvesting- 10 - 12 months Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 1 Kg/plant; Minimum - 800 g; Maximum - 3 Kg Yield per acre - 20 to 30 tons Tissue Culture Quintal Nendran Banana Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-quintal-nendran-banana-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Quintal Nendran King is the most common cultivar in Kerala. Fruits have a distinct neck with thick green skin turning to buff yellow on ripening. Fruits remain starchy upon ripening. Peel of the fruit is thick and leathery. This variety is important for processing. This plant has distinct pink coloration in pseudostem. Pulp of the fruit is fleshy, colored; fairly conspicuous, mild flavored, medium sweet. It is capable of producing 5-6 hands and 10-11 fingers consisting of 50-60 fruits per plant. Matured height of the Quintal Nendran King is 3 m.Advantages of Tissue Culture : True to the type - High market value - High yield and quality - Early Maturity - Free from all diseases at the time of supply - Throughout the year plantation possible - Uniform growth of fruits Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature- Optimum range -15 -35 C; Upper and Lower limits -10 - 40 C Variety- Musa paradisiaca or Quintal Nendran Time of Planting- Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing- 7 x 7 feet Days to Flowering- 8 -10 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 2 -3 months after flowering Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant -25 to 35 Kg/plant; Minimum -20 Kg; Maximum -35 Kg Yield per acre -22 to 31 tons Tissue Culture Normal Nendran Banana Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-normal-nendran-banana-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Normal Nendran King is the most common cultivar in Kerala. Fruits have a distinct neck with thick green skin turning to buff yellow on ripening. Fruits remain starchy upon ripening. Peel of the fruit is thick and leathery. This variety is important for processing. This plant has distinct ink oloration in pseudostem. Pulp of the fruit is fleshy, colored; fairly conspicuous, mild flavored, medium sweet. It is capable of producing 4-6 hands and 9-10 fingers consisting of 50-60 fruits per plant. Matured height of the Normal Nendran King is 3 m. Advantages of Tissue Culture :  True to the type - High market value - High yield and quality - Early Maturity - Free from all diseases at the time of supply - Throughout the year plantation possible - Uniform growth of fruits Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature: Optimum range - 15 - 35C; Upper and Lower limits - 10 - 40C Variety - Musa paradisiaca or Normal Nendran Time of Planting: Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing - 7 x 7 feet Days to Flowering - 8 - 10 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 2 - 3 months after flowering Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 12 to 15 Kg/plant; Minimum - 10 Kg; Maximum - 15 Kg Yield per acre - 11 to 14 tons Tissue Culture Pomegranate Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-pomegranate-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Bhagwa Red King is the major cultivar of India which occupied first position in its production. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh are the leading states in this variety cultivation. Bhagwa is the highly productive variety with large fruit size of distinct deep saffron color. Its arils are deep red color. It has 65 - 80% juice and 15 - 25% seeds; 20-30% peel forms. This variety is the good source of antioxidant.Advantages of Tissue Culture :  True to the type - High market value - Healthy and virus and nematode free at the time of supply - Authenticated variety - Bacterial blight is the major disease caused in the grafted and air layered plants whereas the tissue culture planting material are disease free Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - Almost all types of soils; Prefers fertile, alluvial soil with good drainage and organic matter above 20 % Climate/Temperature- Light loving plant; arid region having long hot and dry summer; also prefers sub-tropical to tropical Variety- Bhagwa or Giant Red Time of Planting- Feb - March (Summer); June-July (Monsoon); Sep - Oct (Early Winter) Spacing- 5 x 4 m Days to Flowering- Flowering starts in 1 to 1.5 years but pruning should be done; allow flowering after 2 years Harvesting- Fruits mature after 4 -5 months of flowering; Yield per plant and per acre- Initially for 3 years, gives 20 - 50 fruits and increases to 150 - 200 fruits after 5 years Tissue Culture Red Banana Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-red-banana-plants.htm Mon, 21 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Red Dacca King is the most relished and highly prized variety prominent in Southern regions of Tamil Nadu. It is the tall variety, robust with deep red color fruits. Its fruits are large, spindle shaped, short pedicel, blunt tip. The peel of the fruit is thick, leathery. Pulp of the fruit is orange to yellow, juicy,sweet, moderate to distinct flavor. The skin is usually thin but the flesh is sweet. It is capable of producing 4-7 hands and 9-11 fingers consisting of 70-90 fruits per plant. Matured height of the Red Dacca King is 28 feet. The length of the fruit is 5-7--. Red Dacca King is an important source of Vitamin C and fibre; improves the haemoglobin level and Vision; prevents Kidney stones; cures ulcers. It is also known for the stress reliever which helps in controlling the heart rate.Advantages of Tissue Culture : True to the type - True to the type - High market value - High yield and quality - Early Maturity - Free from all diseases at the time of supply - Throughout the year plantation possible - Uniform growth of fruits Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type - Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature- Optimum range - 15 - 35C; Upper and Lower limits - 10 - 40C Variety - Musa paradisiaca or Red Banana Time of Planting- Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing- 7 x 7 feet; 6 x 6 feet Days to Flowering- 12 - 14 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 14-16 months Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 20 to 25 Kg/plant; Minimum - 20 Kg; Maximum - 35 Kg Yield per acre - 18 to 22 ton Tissue Culture Stocksii Bamboo Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-stocksii-bamboo-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Stocksii King is a thornless, grazeful, mid-sized variety with loosely spaced solid erect culms ranging from 30 50 mm in diameter and provides good flexibility. Culms attain a height of about 9 m with the diameter of 25-58 mm. Nodes are thickened. Leaves are linear lanceolate and are 10-20 cm long and 1-2 cm broad. This variety is used for making Furniture; lathi poles,banana stakes. This is the best species for homestead and agroforestry system. Bamboo helps in Carbon sequestration. This is also used as the walking sticks, umbrella handles, roofing for huts.Advantages of Tissue Culture : True to the type - High market value - Healthy and disease free - High biomass yielding plant - Throughout the year plantation possible - Energy can be generated - Better survival - Field performance tested Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type- Lateritic soil type; Black and Red soils Climate/Temperature- Tropical humid, semi-arid, Sub  tropical conditions are preferred Variety- Dendrocalamus stocksii Time of Planting- Onset of monsoon Spacing- 4 m x 4 m; 5 m x 5 m Days to Flowering- Rarely noticed Harvesting- 4 years Yield per acre- 25-30 tons Tissue Culture Yelakki Banana Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-yelakki-banana-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Sweet Banana King is one of the most commonly cultivated commercial bananas especially in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. It is the slender, medium tall plant bearing dark green fruits that turn golden yellow with highly fragrant, tasty, powdery and firm fruits. The plants bearing the fruits are smaller with prominent beak packed closely round the axis having a windblown appearance. Unripe fruits turn bright yellow upon ripening. The pulp of the fruit is ivory white in color. It is special for long transportation. The skin is usually thin but the flesh is sweet. It is capable of producing 10-14 hands and 12-15 fingers consisting of 100-150 fruits per plant. Matured height of the Sweet banana King is 25 feet. The length of the fruit is 4-5.Advantages of Tissue Culture : True to the type - High market value - High yield and quality - Early Maturity - Free from all diseases at the time of supply - Throughout the year plantation possible - Uniform growth of fruits Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type- Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature- Optimum range - 15 - 35C; Upper and Lower limits - 10 - 40C Variety- Ney Poovan or Kadali or Yelakki Time of Planting- Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing- 7 x 7 feet; 6 x 6 feet Days to Flowering- 12 - 14 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 14-16 months Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 15 to 18 Kg/plant; Minimum - 12 Kg; Maximum - 25 Kg Yield per acre - 14 to 16 tons Tissue Culture Bambusa Balcooa Plants http://www.genewinbiotech.in/tissue-culture-bambusa-balcooa-plants.htm Thu, 17 Nov 2016 00:00:00 +0530 Balcooa King is a thornless, fastest growing variety. It is the tropical clumping bamboo often used as a food source, scaffolding and in paper, pulp industries. This variety consists of culms on an average of 12-22 m high with 6-15 cm diameter. Nodes are thickened. Leaves are narrow and are 15-30 cm long and 25-50 mm broad. This variety is used for making Agarbatti sticks; Construction. This is the most preferred species for making edible products. Bamboo helps in Carbon sequestration. Shoots of the Balcooa King is consumed as a vegetable and its leaves are used as a fodder.Advantages of Tissue Culture : True to the type - High market value - Healthy and disease free - High biomass yielding plant - Throughout the year plantation possible - Energy can be generated - Better survival - Field performance tested Habitat and Agronomy Soil Type- Grows well in wide range of soils except very Sandy and heavy black soil with poor drainage Temperature- Optimum range - 15 - 35C; Upper and Lower limits - 10 - 40C Variety- Ney Poovan or Kadali or Yelakki Time of Planting- Throughout the year; avoid plantation at very high and very low temperatures Spacing- 7 x 7 feet; 6 x 6 feet Days to Flowering- 12 - 14 months Harvesting- Fleshy bunch will be ready within 14-16 months Yield per plant and per acre- Average yield per plant - 15 to 18 Kg/plant; Minimum - 12 Kg; Maximum - 25 Kg Yield per acre - 14 to 16 tons