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One of the few trees that may not need deliberate conservation efforts due to its assimilation in cultural identity. In the tribal belt the center of the village is usually adorned with a huge Mahua tree, beneath which all the village meetings are held. Regeneration is plentiful. The tree is rarely cut due to its economic importance and religious taboos threatening wrath of the spirits upon cutting the trees.

The productive plantation of M.Indica needs to be scientifically managed for better growth and production. The growth and yield of the plant could be improved through effective management practices. The enhanced cultivation technology and improved inputs developed by CJP may provide about 4-6000 liters of fuels without displacing food crop and without utilizing prime food land in terms of sustainable farming techniques

The key factors that can influence the oil yield of M.Indica are:

Climate Quality of the soil Germplasm Management Propagation technique /Propagation methods Nursery practices Planting method Tree Management Irrigation Weeding Pruning Use of fertilizer Crop density High-quality stock from superior Genotype Use of pesticide Inter-cropping Harvesting
CJP carefully manages M.Indica cultivation, with advanced crop practices suitable to local soil, weather, pest, and disease conditions to ensure the high amount of oil as we have developed enhanced technology with regards to:-
Planting materials & other inputs Crop Management Irrigation Management Fertilizer Management Pest & Diseases management. Harvesting Management Post harvest management And finally grading for further process
The key factors governing profitability of large scale production are:
Selection of high yielding varieties with suitable marketable quality. Sowing in a proper season, in compliance with the latest agro techniques. Pest control Adoption of post harvest management.
CJP’s Researchers have developed standardized techniques for growing M.Indica on large scale. CJP ensures Organic M.Indica plantation right from the land preparation, crop management to production of end product. However, we keep a close watch on the research results of M.Indica breeding by studying thousands of M.Indica variants, identifying and collecting the best sources of high-quality to guarantee a consistently high yield, a stem, or scion, from a tree with a demonstrated capacity to produce many pods/seeds. The enhanced MI Cultivation techniques may ensure proper and profitable production of THE OIL CROP providing early fruition and flowering—
CJP is happy to announce the market release of New Oil Crop

“M.Indica Plantation Technology”
at an affordable Price

The interested companies/parties/persons may submit their request to
Assistant Director M.Indica, CJP
B-132, Sainik Basti, Churu-331001
TELE- (+91) 1562 255575, (+91) 9413334600

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