Here, there are high quality plants from the Aloevera. Baby plant aloe specifications are the following – Aloe (Aloe Vera) is an important and traditional medicinal plant belonging to the Liliac family. It is native to Africa and Mediterranean countries. It is indicated to develop wildly on the islands of Cyprus, Malta, Sicily, Kararienkap, Cape Verde and the arid regions of India. It is a robust tropical plant that can be grown in drought areas. But its potential remains to be exploited. Aloe, despite the fact that it is a “new plant resource with the most promising prospects in the world”, remains a disused plant. It is scattered in nature, along the coast of southern India. China, the United States, Mexico, Australia and some of the Latin American countries are the main producers and exporters of aloe products.
These countries are harnessing the potential of plants with the growing cosmetic and new-red market. Aloe can replace synthetic ingredients that are used very competitively in the cosmetic industry and is increasingly used in the ever-expanding consumer goods segment. In India, aloe is grown in Alwar in Rajasthan, Satanapalli in Andhra Pradesh, Rajpipla in Gujarat and parts of Tamil Nadu. Medical and use oe properties contains a mixture of glucosides collectively called “Aloin,” which is the active component of the drug. Aloin and its gel are used as a skin tonic, have a fresh and moisturizing effect and it is therefore used in the manufacture of creams, lotions, shampoos and related products. It is also used in gerontology and rejuvenation of aging skin. Aloin is widely used as an active substance in laxatives and anti-obesity preparations. Products made from aloe leaves have several characteristics such as plasticizers, detergents, antibacterials, antioxidants, antimycotics, antiseptics and cosmetics. The UAS Food and Drug Administration has approved the Aloevera Development Study in the Treatment of Cancer and AIDS. Traditionally, aloe is widely used in the treatment of urine problems.
Soils The plant can be grown in a large number of soils ranging from coastal sandy soils to lowland clay soils. It is sensitive to water conditions. The harvest is also good in light soils. It supports a higher pH and high na and K salts. Growth is faster in heavy and fertile soils, such as black cotton soils. In permeable sand clay, clay to coarse in the pH range up to 8.5, it grows well with higher leaves. Climate Aloe has a great capacity to adapt and can develop under different climatic conditions. It can be seen growing in a humid or dry hot climate.
However, it is intolerant to extremely cold conditions. The plant blooms well on dry sandy soils in communities where annual rainfall is 50 to 300 mm below. You have to protect yourself from frost and low winter temperatures. Commercially important varieties are Aloe barbedensis, A. chinensis, A. perfoliata, A. vulgaris, A indica, A. littoralis and A.
abyssinica. National Botanical and Plant Genetic Resource, ICAR, has published varieties such as IC111271, IC111269, IC111280, etc. The Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Lucknow, has also authorized the AL-1 variety for cultivation. Multiplication It is usually multiplied by root suckers or Rhizom cuttings. To do this, medium-sized root vacuum cleaners are selected and carefully unearthed, without damaging the base plant and planted directly in the platoon. It can also be multiplied by Rhizom cuttings. In this case, after harvest, the underground rhizome is also dug and manufactured in cuttings 5-6 cm long, which should bring at least 2-3 knots. It is rooted in sand beds or specially prepared bins and after the start of germination, it is ready for graft. On average, about 36,500 suckers are needed for a 1 ha nursery (14550 per 1 hectare of nursery).