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  • Seed Turmeric

    15000
    Place: sathyamangalam
    Category: Sell

    Description :We have high quality Seed Turmeric around Qty of 15 Tons. Pl contact as mentioned details for any requirement.

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  • Onion Seed

    300
    Place: Surendranagar
    Category: Sell

    Description :Onion seed of good quality develop in my own farm and tested by me and can be checked by buyer.

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  • Bitter kola

    18
    Place: Port Harcourt
    Category: Sell

    Description :Bitter kola is a type of nut mostly found in several parts of Nigeria and West-Central Africa as a whole and the tree grows in the (tropical) rain forests. Its biological name is “Garcinia kola” and belongs to the family of “Guittiferal”. Bitter Kola has been identified as a potent antibiotic which could be effective in the treatment of many diseases. The fruit, seeds, nuts and bark of the tropical tree have been used for centuries in traditional medicines to treat many forms of ailments.Garcinia kola is traditionally used by African medicine men who believe that it has purgative, antiparasitic, and antimicrobial properties. The seeds are used for bronchitis, throat infections, colic, head or chest colds, and cough .It is also used for liver disorders and as a chewing stick.

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  • Ginger

    2250
    Place: Abuja
    Category: Sell

    Description :Dried Ginger for Immediate supply across the world

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  • FOXTAIL MILLETS

    3000
    Place: Kurnool
    Category: Sell

    Description :we have ORGANIC foxtail millets[raw]60 bagseach quintol: 3000 rupees

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  • Moringa seed

    0
    Place: Indore
    Category: Buy

    Description :kp 1

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  • Garcinia Kola (Bitter Kola)

    70
    Place: Agege
    Category: Sell

    Description :Garcinia kolaKingdom: Plantae(unranked): Angiosperms(unranked): Eudicots(unranked): RosidsOrder: MalpighialesFamily: ClusiaceaeGenus: GarciniaSpecies: G. kolaBinomial nameGarcinia kolaHeckelGarcinia kola - MHNTGarcinia kola (bitter kola, a name sometimes also used for G. afzelii) is a species of flowering plant in the Clusiaceae or Guttiferae family. It is found in Benin, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests.The fruit, seeds, nuts and bark of the plant have been used for centuries in folk medicine to treat ailments from coughs to fever. According to a report from the Center For International Forestry Research, Garcinia kola trade is still important to the tribes and villages in Nigeria.Traditional medicine[edit]Garcinia kola is traditionally used by African medicine men who believe that it has purgative, antiparasitic, and antimicrobial properties.[2] The seeds are used for bronchitis, throat infections, colic, head or chest colds, and cough.[2] It is also used for liver disorders and as a chewing stick.[2]Barriers to cultivation[edit]Despite its socio-economic importance of Garcinia kola, the cultivation of the species is very much limited. Factors that have discouraged farmers from growing Garcinia kola include difficulties encountered in the germination which reduces the availability of seedlings in the nurseries for possible plantation establishment. Most of the productive trees are those which were left in the wild when farm plots were cut out of the forest (Adebisi, 2004). Researchers have studied the germination problems of G. kola seeds and suggested various means of breaking its dormancy (Gyimah, 2000, Anegbeh et al., 2006, Kanmegne and Ndoumou, 2007, Oboho and Urughu, 2010, Oboho and Ogana, 2011). But there is still a great need to investigate more simple and practicable methods that could be easily adopted by the farmers with low technological input. G. kola seeds has both seeds coat dormancy and physiological dormancy probably imposed by the chemicals in the seed (Oboho and Urughu 2010). Seed coat dormancy of Garcinia kola can be reduced by removing the seed coat before sowing while the physiological dormancy can be reduced by soaking in water for 72 hours (Yakubu et al., 2014). the removal of the seed coat, soaking in water for 72 hours, placing inside air tight transparent polythene bag and sprinkling of water on the seeds when needed for constant moisture will give early germination period of 2 weeksSpecifications :?Type: Bitter Kola NutsCrude Protein: (N X 6.25): 8.06%Nitrogen Free Extract: 86.23%Minimum Order Quantity: 52kg

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  • fenugreek ( methi )

    8000
    Place: Neemuch
    Category: Sell

    Description :methi best grow own and natural

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  • tulsi ( holy basil )

    16000
    Place: Neemuch
    Category: Sell

    Description :tulsi seeds and fresh and manully clean .natural

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  • Non Woven Corp cover fabric

    135
    Place: Vapi
    Category: Sell

    Description :We supply Non Woven Corp Cover fabric

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  • CASTROL SEED

    3800
    Place: Sikara
    Category: Sell

    Description :FARMING PRODUCT CASTROL SEED

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  • Termeric Seed

    60
    Place: Hyderabad
    Category: Sell

    Description :Most promising verities from IISR (Indian Institute of spices Research)

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