Super High Densitive Moringa Farming System for leaf harvesting
Moringa Cultivation for Leaves Production
The super high intensive Moringa farm is a technology for leaf production that Moringa India, Advanced Biofuel Center (ABC) has mastered in cooperation with many of its clients, which enables a very notable increase in profitability in comparison to traditional Moringa farms.
Farming unlike mechanics has many variances under the same input environment. Many different methods of establishment, farming and harvesting are possible. Yield is a function of water, nutrients, heat and the age of the plant and other. ABC has specifically developed and designed best different technology for harvesting Moringa leaves and for Moringa Seed Oil with ways to guide towards the right balance of cost, yield, and labor and finally cost per mt
When the first super intensive Moringa farms were planted at the beginning of the first decade of 21st century, there were many unknowns about the new crop model: the duration of plantations, ideal frames, suitable varieties, pruning, fertilization, irrigation, etc. The experience acquired over more than 15 years with the different plantations has made it possible to improve the initial approaches and dissipate many of the doubts the system raised.
The keys to the success of the super high density system reside in: 100% best Practices for planting harvesting with superior genotype planting seeds
The selection of the variety is one of the fundamental aspects of obtaining a good result. ABC's scientists working on Moringa has developed best variety for leaf harvesting known as SRIPHL M03 PKM1.
The super high density system requires fields designing to ease the harvest process with less Man, Money and time.
- Planting depth of Moringa Plants.
- Root management is the key to successful Moringa
- Planting and early care of Moringa Trees
- Creating a flow chart for planting operations.
- Sanitation And Disinfection: Sanitation and disinfection are two critical components of all disease control programs. Before you plant your Moringa , it is to make sure that your soil is ready for it.
- Weeding & Mulching: Mulching can either help or hinder development of a plant disease, depending on the system
- Biological Control: Integrated Pest Management
- Farm Practices to Get the Best Out of Foliar Bio-Fertilization
- Natural and organic production
The super high density system requires for a high level of pruning standard i.e. efficient, effective and time lined
Characteristics of the system
Planting frames are mainly chosen based on the vigor of the varieties, Topography of the land, the fertility of the soil and the irrigation scheme. A distance between plants within the lines of 20 Cm to 60 CM, a separation between rows of 60 CM to 120 CM, and a limit on the height of the Moringa tree at 1-2 m makes it possible to form a continuous leaves harvesting, which receives the perfect amount of light and is capable of sustained productions over the years.
Entry into production is very rapid as a production of Biomass 6-800 T/ha is obtained per year. The results obtained over these years of experience in the various Moringa-growing zones show sustained production of leaves powder of between 2-3 T/ha.
The super intensive system has significantly reduced the Plantation and harvesting cost ultimately a very notable increase in profitability
The use of best technology allows for a quick harvest at the optimal time; the Moringa leaves do not touch the ground, nor are they damaged and they are immediately taken to processing plants. All of these factors lead to a high quality leaves (100% Pure and Fine) which preserves the characteristic aromas of the plant.
One of the most important qualities of every successful Moringa farm manager is setting SMART goals. Setting SMART goals is an excellent way to tackle the challenges in farm management. Generally, SMART goals are just a drop in the sea to achieve optimal business performance. Still, itís definitely a good beginning for every grower who wants to improve his production and bring about some significant changes
The SMART stands for the following five characteristics:
A specific goal is well-defined and therefore, exactly oriented towards a precise business area.
For a grower, setting the goals which can be measured, means having the possibility to check his progress and compare achieved results with planned.
3. Assignable (or attainable)
In order to make sure that the goal will be realized, every successful farm manager will determine a person responsible for its realization.
4. Realistic (or relevant)
Itís extremely important that business goals are achievable. In response to that, when setting a goal, a grower should carefully consider his current business situation.
The goals must be defined within a time frame.
Moringa India have laid down Design Principles for a Profitable, Productive, & Sustainable Moringa Farm. Known as the gold standard in the Moringa Industry, Based on research and professional experience MORINGA INDIA offers Best Moringa Care Practices for leaves Production.
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