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Our product range includes a wide range of Canavalia Gladiata, Stylosanthes Hamata, Medicago Sativa, Cynodon Dactylon, Trifolium Alexandrinum and Brachiaria Mutica.

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BrandHorticultural Impex
Packaging Size1 kg
Pack Size1 Kg
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
English NameSword Bean
FamilyFabaceae
Common NameSword bean
Altitude1000 ft

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  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Species: C. gladiata
  • Common Name: Sword bean
  • Altitude: upto 1000 ft.


Description:

  • Sword bean (Canavalia gladiata) belongs with jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) to the Canavalia genus, a neglected group of legumes that has however many valuable characteristics
  • ]A tropical perennial legume, it is mainly cultivated as an annual
  • Sword bean has a vigorous climbing or trailing habit and can be up to 10 m long. Some cultivarrs may also be semi-erect
  • Sword bean root system is deep. Its stems are woody
  • The leaves are alternate, large, trifoliolate


Uses:

  • Though a neglected crops at international level, sword bean may be of utmost importance in some
  • Its forage and seeds have many nutritional and ethnomedicinal properties. Sword bean seeds and pods are edible and nutritious they are used for culinary purpose and can replace broadbeans in many recipes
  • Sword bean may also be used as fodder and cover crop. In some places, sword bean is used as an ornamental climber on fences and houses
  • It is also used as a cover crop
  • It is believed to repel snakes
  • Sword bean has many ethnomedicinal properties and it is a source of urease, a useful compound for urea blood analysis in humans

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Stylosanthes Hamata
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Usage/ApplicationAgriculture
Packaging Size5
BrandHorticultural Impex
Pack Size1 Kg
TypeNatural
Packaging TypePacket
Pack TypePacket

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  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Species: S. hamata
  • Common Name: Caribbean stylo (Australia); pencil flower, mother segal
  • Altitude: low-altitude


Description:

  • A herbaceous annual to short-lived perennial with a non-determinate, much-branched, semi-erect growth habit. It can reach 0.75 m
  • Stems spreading to ascending, with a dichotomously branching habit, smooth, except for a very fine line of white hairs down one side, but no bristles
  • Leaves trifoliate with long, narrow, shiny leaflets, the latter 4.5 to 5.3 times as long as they are wide
  • Stipules 4 to 6 mm long, bidentate, adnate to the base of the petiole, hairs on the sheath and teeth
  • Inflorescence an oblong spike, greater than 20 mm long, with 8 to 14 small yellow flowers on a long stem
  • Outer bracts have hairs on the edges, one outer and two inner bracts and an axis rudiment subtending each flower
  • Elements have two articulations, both usually fertile, the lower pilose, the upper glabrous
  • Beak slightly curled, equal to or shorter than the upper articulation, total length of upper pod including beak 6 to 7 mm, a few hairs on the underside of beak
  • Seeds medium to dark brown, 2 to 2.5 mm long, un symmetrically reniform, radical ends fairly prominent

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  • Medicago Sativa
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Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Kg

TypeNatural
English NameLucene,Alfalfa

Medicago sativa an erect, much - branched perennia,l herb, 0.3 - 1.0 m. high. Leaves pinnately trifoliate; leaflets obovate-oblong, dentate towards apex; flowers purple or violet, in dense axillary racemes; pod slightly pubescent with 2 - 3 spirals; seeds 6 to 8, yellow to brown, kidney-shaped.

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Cynodon Dactylon
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameDhub grass, Bermuda or Bahama Grass

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  • Family: Poaceae
  • Species: C. dactylon
  • Common Name: Dhub grass, Bermuda or Bahama Grass
  • Altitude: 500-1500 ft


Description:

  • The blades are a grey-green colour and are short, usually 2–15 cm (0.79–5.91 in) long with rough edges
  • The erect stems can grow 1–30 cm (0.39–11.81 in) tall
  • The stems are slightly flattened, often tinged purple in colour
  • The seed heads are produced in a cluster of two to six spikes together at the top of the stem, each spike 2–5 cm (0.79–1.97 in) long
  • It has a deep root system; in drought situations with penetrable soil, the root system can grow to over 2 metres (6.6 ft) deep, though most of the root mass is less than 60 centimetres (24 in) under the surface
  • The grass creeps along the ground and roots wherever a node touches the ground, forming a dense mat


Uses:

  • It is fast-growing and tough, making it popular and useful for sports fields, as when damaged it will recover quickly
  • It is a highly desirable turf grass in warm temperate climates, particularly for those regions where its heat and drought tolerance enable it to survive where few other grasses do Lemongrass is known for its invigorating and antiseptic propertie

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Trifolium Alexandrinum
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameBerseem, Egyptian Clover;

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  • Family: Fabaceae
  • Species: T. alexandrinum
  • Common Name: Berseem, Egyptian Clover
  • Altitude: up to 1500mt


Description:

  • A sparingly hairy annual 30 – 60 cm in height; stems erect or ascending, branching from the base or above
  • Leaves, all except the uppermost, alternate; adnate parts of stipules oblong, membranous with green nerves; free portion as long as or shorter than the lower part

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Brachiaria Mutica
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Pack TypePacket
Pack Size1 Kg
BrandHorticultural Impex
English NameBuffallo, Dutch, Maurititus, Para-, Scotch-, Water Grass, Giant Couch

We are recognized as the leading entity of optimum quality Brachiaria Mutica.

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  • Dichanthium Annulatum Tree Seed
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TypeNatural
FloweringSept.-Nov.
Seeds Per Kg2000000
Germination Percentplus 70%

Dichanthium annulatum a perennial, densely tufted grass, with erect clums up to 3ft. high; inflorescence of subdigitately arranged recemes, usually 3 but often more. Perennial tussock, sometimes stoloniferous, with culms geniculately ascending, foliage to 80 cm and fertile tillers to about 1 m (rarely 1.8 m); pronounced annulus of radiating, 3-5 mm long white hairs on the nodes; leaf blade linear, to about 30 cm long and 2-7 mm wide, margins sparsely pubescent and scaberulous. Inflorescence a sub-digitate panicle, comprising 2-9 (-15) pale green or purplish racemes, each 3-7 cm long; geniculate, twisted awn 8-25 mm long arising from the upper lemma of the sessile spikelet. Caryopsis oblong to obovate, dorsally compressed, ca. 2 mm long (1.9 million/kg), although seed weight (sessile + pedicellate spikelet ) about 500,000/kg. Surface rooted, >90% of roots in top 1 m soil. The grass is common throughout the plains and hills of India up to 5,000 ft. It is often found in hedges, road sides, lawns and pasture grounds, andd thrives in sheltered situations on well-drained soils.

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Cenchrus Ciliaris
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TypeNatural

We are involved in offering wide assortment range of Cenchrus Ciliaris.

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  • This has become naturalised and often an invasive species in Australia, the southwestern United States, Hawaii, Mexico, Central America, South America and Macaronesia
  • In the Sonoran Desert it was introduced for erosion control
  • In the Mexico part of the Sonoran Desert it is still being planted and irrigated for livestock grazing
  • Moreover, it spreads very quickly and will often kill local native plants such as palo verdes by taking away nearby water
  • his plant has a very low ignition threshold and can burst into a raging flame even during the peak growing season
  • Its flammability and quick regrowth allow it to compete successfully against almost all vegetation in this region
  • Synonyms : Pennisetum cenchroides rich, P. ciliare (L) link.
  • Common names : Buffel grass (Australia), African foxtail (United States, Kenya), dhaman grass, anjan grass, kolukattai (India)

Scientific classification:
Kingdom:Plantae
(unranked):Angiosperms
(unranked):Monocots
(unranked):Commelinids
Order:Poales
Family:Poaceae
Subfamily:Panicoideae
Genus:Cenchrus
Species:C. ciliaris

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Trifolium Repens
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TypeNatural
English NameWhite clover, Dutch clover, Shamrock

Trifolium repens a perennial, creeping herb, considered to be a native of the northern parts of USA and Canada, commonly found in the temperate and alpine Himalays, up to an altitude of 4800 m.; it has been introduced into the nilgiris. Stems solid, attains a height of 0.1-1mt., rooting at the nodes; leaves long-petioled, 3-foliolate: leaflets cuneate-obovate to occasionally white-marbled, denticulate; flowers white or pinkish, in globose heads, 1.5-2.0 cm. In diam.; pods sessile, linear, 3-4-seeded; seeds ovoid, truncate; yellowish.

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Panicum Maximum
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Panicum Maximum

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TypeNatural
English NameGuinea Grass

A tufted perennial, often with a shortly creeping rhizome, variable 60-200 cm high, leaf-blades up to 35 mm wide tapering to fine point; panicle 12- 40 cm long, open spikelets 3-3.5 mm long, obtuse, mostly purple red, glumes unequal, the lower one being one-third to one-fourth as long as the spikelet, lower floret usually male. Upper floret (seed) distinctly transversely wrinkled.

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Trifolium Pratense
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TypeNatural
English NamePurple Clover, Red clover;

Trifolium pratense a small, perennial, hairy plant found from Kashmir to Garhwal at altitude of 1200-2400m. The plant attains a height of 0.6mt. Leaves 3 foliolate: leaflets ovate or onlong, entire or toothed, blunt-tipped or notched; flowers small, purple, many, in long-stalked, ovoid or round heads, 2.0-3.8 cm in diam.: pods very small, 1-seeded.

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Stylosanthes Scabra
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TypeNatural
FloweringNov. - Dec.

Stylosanthes scabra Erect, hardy plant, growing to a height of 1-1.5m in height, profusely branching, leaves slightly waxy in appearance.

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Cenchrus Setigerus
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TypeDried, Natural

Other details:

  • Family: Poaceae
  • Species: C. setigerus
  • Common Name: Birdwood grass, sandbur, (English);Â anjan, mode dhaman grass, motha dhaman, kata -dhaman, kala-dhaman (India)
  • Altitude: 500-800 m.


Description:

  • Cenchrus setigerus is a tufted perennial up to 60 cm tall with flat or folded leaf-blades
  • False spike dense, 1.5-9 cm long; spikelet’s 3-4.5 mm long, surrounded by a rigid in volucre 3.5-5 mm long, the outer bristles minute or absent, the inner flattened, grooved on the back
  • Each cluster of spikelets contains one to three caryopses


Uses:

  • Makes useful hay, but low yields
  • Valuable stand over feed in low-rainfall areas
  • Some value for erosion control in arid and semi-arid land


Additional Information:

  • Item Code: HI-CESE

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  • Lolium Perenne
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TypeNatural
English NamePerenial Rye Grass

Lolium perenne is a perennial grass with tufted stems, up to 90cm high, found in western Tibet at c. 4500m. Leaves flat, hairless, pointed or blunt, up to 30cm long and 1.25cm broad; spikes straight with spikelets stalkless; grain glabrous tightly enclosed in the hardened lemma and palea.This grass has been introduced into Simla, Sikkim, Shillong, Nilgiri and Palni hills. It is considered worthy of trial in the lower foothills, valleys and highlands of S. India and also in such places as Kangra valley in Punjab, where grassing is deficient. It responds well to cultivation and manuring, and can be grown in mixture with clover and other grass species. It withstands cuttings and grazing, and yields an excellent fodder for horses, cattle and sheep.

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  • Grewia Asiatica Tree Seeds
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Grewia Asiatica Tree Seeds

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TypeNatural

Grewia asiatica a genus of trees and shrubs distributed in the warmer part in India. Some species are valued for timber; the drupes of many species are edible and some are commonly eaten; the barks of some yield fibre used locally for cordage. The plant attains a height of 12-18inch. Flowers are gold (yellow-orange) in color. Leaves are smooth textured. Propagation is done by seeds and semi hard wood cuttings.

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