Cultivation Of Medicinal Plants by Dr. C. K. Kokate, Dr. Alpana S. Gokhale, S. B. Gokhale
The herbal drugs are an important source of medicines used in modern health care system. The global acceptance of utility of plant-derived drugs has given an impetus to commercial cultivation of medicinal and aromatic crops. India is rich in natural flora with more than 10,000 species of medicinal herbs being used systematically in formulations of indigenous medicines and modern drug delivery systems. The genuinity of herbal drugs and their availability for commercial exploitation are two important requisites for sound herbal drug industry. It is in this context, systematic cultivation technology of medicinal and aromatic plants is of great relevance and significance.
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Table of Contents:
1. General Cultivation Profile
2. Introduction to Parts of a Plant
3. Soils, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
4. Cultivation of Medicinal Plants
5. Collection and Processing of Medicinal Plants
6. Pests and Pest Control
7. Selected Medicinal Plants
Comparative Study of Cultivation Parameters for Medicinal Plants