Cultivation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in India: A Schematic Review

Dr. A Sreenivas1
  • 1Associate Professor, Department of Botany, SRR Government Arts and Science College A Karimnagar Telangana

Keywords: Medicinal Plants, Aromatic Plants, Cultivaion, organic farming, Agriculture.


India is teeming with aromatic and medicinal plants that span a vast expanse and are subject to a variety of environmental conditions. India is recognised as a region characterised by abundant plant diversity and endemism due to its strategic geographical location, complex geomorphology, preservation of flora from previous geological periods, and the interaction and coexistence of biotic and abiotic factors. This characteristic also influences the identification of "medicinal and aromatic plants" (MAPs). This review paper provides a concise overview of "Medicinal and Aromatic plants" (MAPs). In addition to discussing their individual attributes such as uses, management, and benefits, it examines the collective significance of MAPs in the Indian agricultural sector and their correlation with organic farming

Vol 2 Issue 4 (2023)

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   ISSN : 2583 – 7117

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