How to germinate & grow Moringa oleifera  (Miracle Tree) from seeds

How to germinate & grow Moringa oleifera (Miracle Tree) from seeds

How to germinate & grow Moringa oleifera (Miracle Tree) from seeds

How to germinate and grow Moringa oleifera from seed


We are one of many few suppliers who promote contemporary seed, moringa seed has a excessive oil content material and may go rancid, many suppliers get the seed from the center man in India and it sits round in a damp place, we solely provide what we are able to promote and replenish it. We be sure that the moisture content material of the seed is lower than 8% and examine the seed to guarantee it’s viable. One factor we do assure is that when you comply with our particular directions it is possible for you to to germinate these moringa seeds, and the germination is excessive.

From our exams almost 100% of our Moringa oleifera seed germinates inside 2 weeks. Many individuals purchase moringa seed elsewhere and are disenchanted when the seeds don’t germinate, upon nearer inspection by eradicating the hull of the seed they discover the kernal is withered, brown or lacking.

Our seed is barely smaller than the kinds present in India, some even have crimson stems and a few have inexperienced however one factor is for sure is as soon as they germinate they grow very fast! This video is proof that not solely will we promote Moringa seed we BELIEVE within the product, we grow it and use it. If there’s one plant you want to grow for 2013 it has to be moringa, please see our different movies and likewise the Moringa Discovery Channel Documentary in our channel



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10 thoughts on “How to germinate & grow Moringa oleifera (Miracle Tree) from seeds”

  1. Nice nursery and garden you have there. Is that sand in your pots what they call "sharp" sand? I'm not sure sure what "sharp" sand means! :/ I know people in the nursery industry use peat moss and vermiculite and stuff, as well as sand. I just grew my Moringas in el cheapo potting mix from the supermarket. Cheap potting mixes tend to lack nutrients and seem to be made out of sand and black sawdust type stuff. Plants don't usually prosper well in it, and it tends to go all dry–on top, at least

  2. Hi I wish they sold sharp sand, vermiculite or perlite here we have to make everything ourselves. The sand, gravel etc is from the cliffs where I live, if a species is something like a sea bean I will use sand from the beach as the salt actually seems to stop those seeds from rotting. Desert sand believe it or not is actually very high in nutrients and minerals, I had no idea until I saw a documentary on BBC that Sahara sand blows up into the atomospere and feeds the Amazon Rain Forest

  3. I will definitely try ordering from you! The seeds I got a couple months ago from somewhere else are not germinating at all and it's rather frustrating. Thanks for sharing this video, it was very helpful!

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