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Ginkgo biloba in india

Ginkgo seedling at JKMPIC-Kashmir
Gingko biloba - Although not a cycad, Ginkgos also have an ancient lineage dating back to the Jurassic era, and make superb companion plants for cycads.  In prehistoric times it grew world-wide but today its natural range is limited to only two small areas in China.  

Once thought to be extinct they were found growing in monasteries in China where they had been carefully preserved over the centuries.  The leaves, taken as a tea, help to improve the memory.  A medium-sized tree with unique, fan-shaped, lime green leaves that turn pure gold in fall.

Two-year old organic per saplings, US$25/INR 1250/- (Open-polinated and organic)
Calibar : 2
Min. order: 25 saplings
Delivery : By AIR
Tax/Courier/Fright charges : Nill
Payment: Cash Deposit/DD/WUM only to:
Seed/Ginkgo tea leaves are also available
Plants are available in Polybag/without polybag

Ginkgo biloba seed/plant/leaves are available at:
The Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
PO Box 667 GPO Srinagar SGR JK 190001
(Via New Delhi-India)
e.mail: jkmpic@gmail.com, jkmpic@yahoo.in
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.com

Planting material available : Olive,Kiwi, Picanut,Hazelnut, and herbal seeds. 
more : http://jkmpic.blogspot.com

Ginkgo biloba plants for sale

Ginkgo plants at: http://jkmpic.blogspot.com
The director, Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre JKMPIC, Sheikh Gulzaar planted Ginkgo biloba saplings in JKMPIC, North Kashmir here yesterday on Monday. While taking to media persons on the occasion, he said Ginkgo biloba  is a heritage tree of the country and as such is a protected plant. Until 2007, Ginkgo biloba plantation day was observed on March 21 “World Arboretum Day”. However, keeping in view the magnificent and majestic look and attachment and concern of the people of the country of Kashmir with this tree, Kashmir government decided to observe March 15 of every year as Ginkgo biloba  Plantation Day, since 2009.

The director said another advantage of pre-poning the date from March 21 to March 15 is that longer period for plantation. During last two years 12373 saplings of Ginkgo biloba  have been provided free of cost to the people for plantation in different areas of the country Jammu Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre has established nurseries for propagation of Ginkgo biloba saplings and during current plantation season and 93373 saplings are available for distribution.

Sheikh Gulzaar said that anybody who is interested in plantation of Ginkgo biloba tree can contact the concerned Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre and obtain Ginkgo biloba  plants.

As per the un-authentic data of 1970, about 42000 Ginkgo biloba trees of different age groups and sizes were existing in thecountry . But with the passage of time, turmoil, development programmes and population explosion,Ginkgo biloba  trees have faced the brunt of greed like the forest and other plants had to face.

Under such circumstances, JKMPIC took the serious initiative for raising the Ginkgo biloba saplings for sustained efforts for annual plantation of saplings.

In order to determine the actual number of existing Ginkgo biloba  trees in the Kashmir , a preliminary census was initiated by the Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre from 2002 which was completed in 2009.

Ginkgo biloba Plants Sales office at:
Jammu and Kashmir Medicinal Plants Introduction Centre
POB: 667 GPO Srinagar SGR Jammu and Kashmir 190001
Ph: 01933-223705
Mob: 09858986794
e-mail: jkmpic@gmail.com, iirc@rediffmail.com
home: http://jkmpic.blogspot.com