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Drumstick

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Botanical name:- Moringa Oleifera.

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SKU: moringa-moringa-oleifera Categories: , ,
Scientific nameMoringa oleifera
Common nameDrumstick
Temperature25-35 °C
Humidity40-50%
LightFull sun
WateringWater everyday &keep moist
PestsBudworm , hairy caterpillar, and pod fly
Pet friendlinessNot hazardous
Maximum plant height8–12 m
Potting mixPotting soil/red soil/manure/perlite
Pot requirementGood drainage & repot every 1-2 years
NutritionApply manure for first 15 days and npk for next 15 days
Pruning & trainingRemove dead & diseased leaves with sterile shears
Common color & season
DescriptionThe drumstick or horseradish tree is an erect, fast-growing tree with open branches and a graceful appearance reaching up to 10-12 meters in height. Native to india, it is characterised by its thick, dark corky grey bark, delicate foliage and beautiful, fragrant flowers. The distinctive, bipinnate leaves up to 40 cm long have widely spaced, oval, clear green leaflets on short stalks. Attractive whitish yellow, highly scented flowers are borne in loose clusters covering the whole tree in spring and early autumn. The fruit, up to 50 cm long, is a bright green, ridged pod containing many seeds, which are a popular ingredient in curries. The tree grows best on a dry sandy soil and has a high drought resistance. In united arab emirates, it requires regular irrigation and a sheltered microclimate with a humid atmosphere. Propagation is from seed and cuttings. The horseradish tree is useful in many ways: its name is derived from the roots, which taste like horseradish, and the seeds yield oil for machinery, salad oil and soaps. The bark contains a coarse fibre for making mats, paper and cordage. The branches are used for fodder. M. Oleifera makes an ideal shade tree for courtyards, patios and small gardens. Undemanding, it requires careful pruning: branches can be brittle and are planted as a living fence. It is not susceptible to pests or diseases. A wild shrub form growing in rocky wadi sides is m. Peregrina (al ban in arabic): up to 3 metres high, it has profuse flowers, is drought-tolerant and has good potential for garden cultivation

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