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Tissue Culture Aloe Vera Plants


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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

Features

Brand Name ‘Aloe King’
Variety Aloe barbadensis or Miracle plant