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Turmeric Farming

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) (Family: Zingiberaceae) is used as condiment, dye, drug and cosmetic in addition to its use in religious ceremonies.

India is a leading producer and exporter of turmeric in the world, Curcumin, Turmeric’s active ingredient, is being studied by scientists toxicity protection activity. Turmeric is one of the hottest superfood trends for a good reason. Though studies are still being conducted, this medicinal plant is said to have anti-inflammatory properties, help with digestion, and provide pain relief. Plus, its earthy, bitter flavor and its bright yellow colour and interest to any dish. Plant turmeric in September or October, in to a warm soil. The rhizomes should be planted 5-7 cm deep. It is often planted in ridges, usually about 30-45 cm apart and with 15-30 cm between plants. The crop is planted by setts (small rhizomes) with one or two buds. Harvesting. Depending upon the variety, the crop becomes ready for harvest in 7-9 months after planting during January -March. Early varieties mature in 7-8 months, medium varieties in 8-9 months and late varieties after 9 months. The yield per acre of turmeric crop can vary from 18 to 24 quintals. Taking the average yield of 18 quintals.