SOME HERBAL PLANTS INTRODUCTION IN HERBAL GARDEN FOR THEIR MULTIPLICATION AND FOR EX-SITU CONSERVATION

  • D. K. PATEL DEPARTMENT OF RURAL TECHNOLOGY, GURU GHASIDAS VISHWAVIDYALAYA, (A CENTRAL UNIVERSITY), BILASPUR, 495009, CHHATTISGARH, INDIA. Corresponding author’s e-mail: dplantscience@yahoo.co.in
Keywords: KEY WORDS, Herbs, Multiplication, Ex-situ Conservation.

Abstract

ABSTRACT:
Due to presence of varied chemical compounds in different plant species are
remarkable as a major source of treatment of varied disorders. There different
plant parts are useful and for some plants all the five parts like root, stem, leaf,
flower, fruit are found to be useful for control of different disorders.  
Collection  of  varied  Medicinal  and  Aromatic  plant  parts  for  their  further
propagation  and  conservation  purpose  was  made  from  different  sites  of  the
Chhattisgarh state.  Plant parts applied to develop new plants for their ex-situ
conservation. Some plant species were directly collected from various sources
to introduce in the Herbal Garden.
All  the  Medicinal  and  aromatic  Plants  introduced  in  Herbal  Garden  were
properly managed for their further growth and development.

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