Scientists of Gujarat discovered new variety of India’s first Aloe Vera, doubled the production
Excessive use of natural products for health. Newly discovered variety of medical aloe vera gives 105% more alignment. Anand Kunvarpathu 1 The new variety is amazing. Gujarat Anand Kunwarpath-1 (GAK 1) is a new variety.
The first improved variety of Aloe Vera was developed by Anand Krishi Vishwavidyalaya. Which is good quality for Central Gujarat. Many farmers are cultivating it successfully. Its sails are green. There are black spots on the thorns.
The yield of Aloe Vera grown in farm shed is generally 20 to 25 tonnes per hectare. But the yield of the new variety is 95-135 tonnes per hectare in 18 months. The average production is 106 tonnes per hectare. Which produces 25.7 percent more than the aloe vera of Kutch. Whereas Anand produces 44% more than the local varieties.
The production of the gel is being done at 62.8 tonnes per hectare. This is 57.7 times more than the local varieties of Anand. Whereas Kutch gives 38.30 percent more gel than Aloe Vera.
In 2017 the production of this variety of Anand Shojeli Anand Gujarat Anand Kunvarpathu 1 Aline-A (Alkaloid) (Aleo) is 23.3 kg per hectare. Which is 105.9 percent more than the local varieties of Anand. Kutch has 109.2 percent more yield than Aloe Vera.
1-2 lakh per acre can be obtained.
Aloe vera is in high demand in the field of pharmaceuticals. Aloe vera juice, lotion, cream, gel, shampoo are in great demand. Aloe vera is used in medicine and beauty. Most of the markets are in Australia, America and Europe. In 2017, the Indian jowar market was worth 2.23.7 million. Which will reach 939.9 million by 2023.
In India, Aloe vera is grown in Alwar, Rajasthan, Satpalli, Andhra Pradesh, Rajpipla, Gujarat and parts of Tamil Nadu. Aloe vera contains a mixture of glucosides collectively known as ‘aloin’, which is the active ingredient of the medicine.
Farmers can plant 12 thousand aloe vera plants in one Vigha farm. Seedlings cost from Rs.3 to Rs. Its price is 40 thousand rupees.
Another way is to set up an aloe vera processing unit. You can earn a lot of money by selling aloe vera gel/juice from the processing unit. For this you will have to spend 3 to 5 lakh rupees.
Aloe vera pulp is being sold for Rs 16-18 per kg.
profit in lakhs
A profit of Rs 5 to 6 lakh can be obtained by investing Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 in low cost farming. cosmetic, medical and
Medicinal properties and uses
Aloe vera contains a mixture of glucosides. Which is the active ingredient of the medicine. Aloe vera and gel are used as skin tonic.
It has a cooling effect and moisturizing agent. So it is used in creams, lotions, shampoos. Used in gerontology and aging skin rejuvenation.
Antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic and cosmetic. The United States has approved the discovery of aloe vera in the treatment of cancer and AIDS. Widely used in the treatment of urinary problems, acne, ulcers etc.