UP’s 1st Eco-friendly Aroma Cluster

  • The CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP) has launched Uttar Pradesh’s first ‘Sustainable Aroma Cluster’ in the Bhagauli locality of Barabanki district.
  • The cluster has been developed on the land of 30 farmers by cultivating aromatic plants in an eco-friendly manner.
  • It aims at zero-carbon emission by adopting sustainable practices in agriculture.
  • CIMAP has planted a high-yielding mint variety (CIM-Unnati) in the cluster which is resistant to biotic stress, including plant pests and diseases and tolerant to abiotic stresses, including drought, untimely rain, salinity, heat, cold and heavy ....
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