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  • Horticulture is a branch of plant agriculture and is both a science and an art. As an art, it incorporates the principles of design (as in landscaping)
  • Horticulture deals with intensively cultured and high-value crops
  • Horticultural crops include the vegetables and fruits which are directly used by man for food, the flowers and ornamental plants for aesthetic uses or visual enjoyment, and those used for medicinal purposes

India Horticulture Pvt Ltd is unique as it delivers across all facets of the value chain from research and development, propagation and production to extensive sales and distribution solutions. This position has allowed India Horticulture to become an industry leader underpinned by its dedication to continual improvement.

The Company's commitment to customer service, product innovation, environmental issues and research and development will ensure a successful and profitable future for its customers and stakeholders at large.

India Horticultural products' include all products, raw or processed, that arise from the horticultural industry. Products from horticultural industry that go to market still respiring (fresh produce) are clearly horticultural products. When juiced, sliced or pureed, fermented, frozen, preserved, canned, dried, irradiated, or used in an ornamental construct (such as a flower arrangement) they remain, in our view, a horticultural product. However, when a horticultural product becomes a major ingredient of another manufactured item the categorization becomes more complex. Thus, when apples are used to make apple pie or yogurt is fortified with fruit, the product can be considered both a horticultural product and a bakery or dairy product.


Horticultural Crops

It is necessary to comprehend the diverse range of crops that are appropriately assigned to India Horticulture. These horticultural crops include:

  • Vegetables (roots, tubers, shoots, stems, leaves, fruits and flowers of edible and mainly annual plants);
  • Shrubs, trees, turf and ornamental grasses propagated and produced in nurseries for use in landscaping or for establishing fruit orchards or other crop production units.
  • Tree, bush and perennial vine fruits;
  • Perennial bush and tree nuts;
  • Aromatic and medicinal foliage, seeds and roots (from annual or perennial plants);
  • Cut flowers, potted ornamental plants, and bedding plants (involving both annual or perennial plants); and

 

India Horticulture specializes in seed development for variety of products, which can be categorized under two forms.

Field Crops

  • MAIZE
  • BAJRA
  • SORGHUM
  • PADDY
  • WHEAT
  • BARLEY
  • RAGI
  • MOONG
  • BLACK GRAM
  • ARHAR (RED GRAM)
  • COWPEA (LOBIA)
  • LENTIL
  • PEAS
  • GRAM
  • SOYABEAN
  • CASTOR
  • SUNFLOWER
  • MUSTARD
  • TORIA
  • SESAMUM
  • DHAINCHA
  • SUNHEMP
  • MAIZE
  • BERSEEM
  • COWPEA
  • GAUR
  • FORAGE SORGHUM
  • LUCERN
  • RICEBEAN
  • OAT KENT
  • JUTE
  • MESTA
  • COTTON

Vegetables

  • AMARANTHUS
  • METHI
  • PALAK
  • BHINDI
  • BRINJAL
  • CHILLIES
  • CAPSICUM
  • TOMATO
  • COWPEA
  • DOLICHOS
  • CAULIFLOWER
  • CABBAGE
  • RADISH
  • TURNIP
  • CARROT
  • ONION
  • BOTTLE GOURD
  • BITTER GOURD
  • SPONGE GOURD  
  • RIDGE GOURD
  • TINDA
  • CUCUMBUR
  • MUSKMELON
  • WATERMELON
  • PUMPKIN
  • CUMIN
  • Corionder
  • POTATO
  • Brocolli