Tanmoy Mondal
by on December 6, 2020
lack turmeric is perennial herb grows about 0.5 to 1.0 m tall in tropical climates. Curcuma Caesia or black turmeric contains the highest concentrations of curcumin. Curcuma caesia is a rare kind of herb found in tropical forest. Identification: The plant of black turmeric can be identified by its leaf. A black Veins at the middle of leaf is the identification of black turmeric plant. Blue rankle inside the black turmeric root is also the identification of black turmeric is variety of turmeric. You can smell a special aroma upon breaking the black turmeric root. Cultivation Process: The Cultivation process of black turmeric is easy and produced in organic way. Cultivation of black turmeric does not require any chemical fertilizer and pesticides because it already has the potential to resist all types of attacks from insects, microorganisms. As it grows naturally in the tropical forest the cultivation neither require any special preparation of soil nor fertilizer. Still soil brittle with organic manure can be used for better result. It is cultivated in the first week of June which is in the rainy season. The black turmeric root sprout in winter require cold weather. Sprouted black turmeric roots are placed inside 2 to 3 inches deep soil. It takes 8 months to grow properly and can be harvested either last week of February or in the month March. For more details Visit:
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