‘Magic potion’ plant at Ralamandal wildlife sanctuary

Indore: Forest department is planning to grow Aloe-Vera plants in thousands at the Biodiversity Park at the foothills of Ralamandal wildlife sanctuary on commercial scale.
The department is beginning with 25000 saplings. Cost per sapling during its nascent stage is `5 but this increases 10 times at market rate and 2000 times in international market for a healthy full grown plant.
Deputy DFO AK Kharrate, who had served long periods of deputation with IMC as in charge of gardens and public forestry in green belts as also officer at the Kamla Nehru Zoo, said “The department has been producing Aloe-Vera but now it is being taken on a large scale due to growing demand.
The plant having multiple uses has been hailed as ‘magic potion’ and can be procured from the department by herbal companies and the common man alike, he added.

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