BAGRA/NAI KADUGU/CLEOME VISCOSA SEEDS
Cleome viscosa, the Asian spiderflower or tick weed is an annual herb that grows up to a meter high. It belongs to the family Capparidaceae.
Seeds from Cleome viscosa plant, a weed widely distributed in India, are brown, small (1500‐1600 seeds/g) and gritty with a pointed end.
The seeds containing 26% oil yield 18% oil on crushing in an expeller. The oil is dark brown or green but is easily refined to a light‐coloured oil.
HOW TO GROW: Mix Manure with soil (30:70),and this will help in germination of seeds. Care needs to be taken to see that the soil is clean from any weed or insect.Open the seed packet on a sheet of paper and put the seeds into the prepared soil to half inch of depth. While watering, sprinkling water through a sprinkler or manually using your hands.Germination may take place 10-18 days. Care is not required much.
Disclaimer:This information is only for the purpose of education and not meant to replace any professional advice of an expert.