Description For Gudvel
Benefits of using Gudvel:
How to grow Gudvel Plant:Botanical Name: Tinospora cordifolia
Common Name: Giloy, Guduchi, Amrita.
Description: Gulvel is a perennial climber that eventually becomes a liana (woody climber). It has unique, beautiful, heart-shaped leaves. Naturally, it grows in rainforests of India. The climber also produces hanging roots from the canopy.
Planting Season: Throughout the year. Best planted in monsoon.
Climate: Gudvel grows well in hot climate.
Soil: Well-drained medium loamy soil. The plant can also grow in barren soil.
Planting: Plant gulvel near tree, pole or a wall. Younger plants can be grown in 10-12 inch pot.
Sunlight Requirement: Full sun (6-8 hours) or partial sun (3-4 hours)
Watering: Younger potted plants should be watered every alternate day. Adult plants growing outdoors don't need much watering.
Manuring: Provide plenty of Organic Manure once a year before the rainy season.
Plant protection: It's a wild hardy plant. No notable pest or disease is found.
Repotting: Pot should be changed once a year before the rainy season. Ultimately a well grown potted plant should be planted in the ground.
Propagation: Seed sowing or stem cuttings (May-June)
Plant part used: Stem and leaves
How to use:
|Type of Plants||Aromatic Medicinal Herb|
|Water Schedule||Every alternate day|
|Packing Weight||750 g|
|Packing Height||27 cm|
|Packing Depth||11 cm|
|Packing Width||11 cm|
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