Introducing the MORINGA TREE (The Miracle Tree)

Introducing the MORINGA TREE (The Miracle Tree)

Introducing the MORINGA TREE (The Miracle Tree)

Introducing the Moringa Tree (The Miracle Tree).

Moringa Oleifera is also called muringa, the tree of life, the miracle tree, drumstick tree, horseradish tree, ben oil tree, and benzoil tree

The Moringa tree is the most generally cultivated species in the genus Moringa, the solely genus in the plant household Moringaceae.

Moringa oleifera is a fast-growing, drought-resistant tree, native to tropical and subtropical areas of South Asia.

It is cultivated for its younger seed pods and leaves used as greens and for conventional natural drugs. It can also be used for water purification.

Moringa timber are thought of to be an aggressive invasive species.

The tree of life is a fast-growing, deciduous tree that may attain a top of 2m and a trunk diameter of 45cm.

The bark has a whitish-grey colour and is surrounded by thick cork. Young shoots have purplish or greenish-white, furry bark. The tree has an open crown of drooping, fragile branches. The moringa leaves construct up a feathery foliage of tripinnate leaves.

Moringa flowers are aromatic and hermaphroditic, surrounded by 5 unequal, thinly veined, yellowish-white petals.

They develop on slender, furry stalks in spreading or drooping flower clusters.

Moringa flowering begins inside the first six months after planting. In seasonally cool areas, flowering solely happens yearly between April and June. In extra fixed seasonal temperatures and with fixed rainfall, flowering can occur twice and even all year-round.

The Moringa seed pod is a dangling, 3 sided brown capsule which holds darkish brown, globular seeds with a diameter round 1cm. The seeds have three whitish papery wings and are dispersed by wind and water.

In Moringa cultivation, it’s usually reduce yearly to 1m and allowed to regrow so the pods and leaves stay inside arm’s attain.

Moringa Cultivation
The moringa tree is grown primarily in semiarid, tropical, and subtropical areas.

It tolerates a variety of soil situations however prefers a impartial to barely acidic, well-drained sandy or loamy soil.

In waterlogged soil, the roots generally tend to rot.

The Moringa tree is a solar and heat-loving plant and does not tolerate freezing or frost. Moringa is especially appropriate for dry areas, as it may be grown utilizing rainwater with out costly irrigation strategies.

Moringa Propagation
Moringa will be propagated from seed or cuttings. Direct seeding is feasible as a result of the germination price of Moringa oleifera is excessive. Moringa seeds will be germinated year-round in well-draining soil. Cuttings of 1m size and a minimum of 4cm diameter can be utilized for vegetative propagation.

Planting Moringa timber
For intensive leaf manufacturing, the spacing of crops needs to be 15 x 15cm or 20 x 10cm, with conveniently spaced alleys (for instance each 4m) to facilitate plantation administration and harvests.

Weeding and illness prevention is tough due to the excessive density. In a semi-intensive manufacturing, the crops are spaced 50cm – 1m aside. This offers good outcomes with much less upkeep.

Moringa timber may also be cultivated in alleys and related to different crops. The distance between moringa rows in agroforestry cultivation is about 3m.

Moringa Yield and harvest
Moringa oleifera will be cultivated for its leaves, pods, and kernels for oil extraction and water purification. The yields range, relying on the season, selection, fertilization, and irrigation.

Moringa yields greatest beneath heat, dry situations with some supplemental fertilizer and irrigation.

Harvest is completed manually with knives.

Pollarding, coppicing, and lopping or pruning are beneficial to advertise branching, improve manufacturing, and facilitate harvesting.

Moringa seed pods
When the plant is grown from cuttings, the first harvest can happen 6 months after planting. Often, the moringa seeds aren’t produced in the first 12 months, and the yield is usually low throughout the first few years.

By 12 months 2, it produces round 300 pods, by 12 months 3 round 500. An excellent tree can yield 1000 pods.

In India, a hectare can produce 31 tons of pods per 12 months.

Moringa Leaves
Average yields of 6 tons/ha/12 months in contemporary matter will be achieved. The harvest differs between the wet and dry seasons, with 1120 kg/ha per harvest and 690 kg/ha per harvest, respectively.

The leaves and stems will be harvested from the younger crops 60 days after seeding after which one other seven occasions in the 12 months. At each harvest, the crops are reduce to inside 60 cm of the floor.

In some manufacturing programs, the leaves are harvested each 2 weeks.

Moringa cultivation may also be achieved intensively with irrigation and fertilization with appropriate varieties.

Moringa Oil
One estimate for the yield of oil from kernels is 250 l/ha. The oil can be utilized as a meals complement, as a base for cosmetics, and for hair and pores and skin.

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38 thoughts on “Introducing the MORINGA TREE (The Miracle Tree)”

  1. Leigh, a friend of mine grows moringa here in the Florida Panhandle and he utilizes every single part of the plant. For my first moringa experience he had me chew a seed straight from the pod, it tasted much like a green peanut, and the then handed me a glass of water to drink. The remnants of the seed still in my mouth made the water taste so sweet…it was mind blowing. And you’re right, it’s super easy to propagate. Great video! ?? ?

  2. Another incredibly fascinating vlog. Like yourself I'd never heard of Moringa before. Leigh, export that to the UK and you'll be a millionaire. The health food shop industry in Britain will snap your hands off. Leigh, I think you have that Midas touch – go for it. Please let your subscribers have first option to buy shares in it – seriously. Best wishes

  3. We have 3 on the land and get 10 bhart kg for the sead pods , thanks for your research I did not know how important this tree is ours are very big . Steve in thayang Phetchaburi

  4. I have never heard of Moringa tree before I'll have to go into Holland and Barrett and see if they have it I've been suffering with low energy for years if it helps in other area aswell that's a big plus cheers for the heads up no wonder the big pharmaceutical companies don't want you to know about it I wonder if my Thai supermarket has it in.

  5. I am definitely in the market for the dried loaves and oil pressed from the seed pods….I only found out about it just lately. You can send dried or oil to me direct in the UK, or send some seeds to my fiancee in Bangkok. On my last visit to Thailand in April I discovered another tree that has good medicinal qualities which I made a tea from and cured a health problem I had been suffering from for over a year. Not sure the name of the tree but will ask my fiancee and I can send you some photos of the tree and fruit.

  6. I have heard about the Moringa tree in other places, didn’t know it was a thing in Thailand, I will have to check into it. Maybe in a few years I will be able to buy some “Toon Tea” at the market. Good luck with your new plantings. Thanks for sharing the information.
    Many blessings to you and Toon ?
    Cheers ?

  7. hi Leigh, i have heard of this tree about a month ago, it is also supposed to be very good for arthritis and for diabetes, along with many other things. anyway thanks for the info

  8. Thanks for sharing and wake up the community! We planted a lot of Moringa trees for "chop and drop fertilizing" in our 3-4 rai future food forest last summer. But be aware that the recommended doze of fresh leaves is 6 Grams a day. There are studies that show nasty side effects if you consume too much at a time. And be careful not to consume barch, stem or root without lot of research. Here in Norway we buy the leaves as Drumstick Leaves in an asian shop realli cheap. I try to get 5-6 grams fresh leaves mixed in my salad or dinner at serving as often we can get them. Cooked they loose vitamines quickly.
    So thanks again for sharing ang I looking forward to more videos about the wonderful Moringa.

  9. I knew Moringa oil is good to put in hair (you should try ?) but hadn’t a clue it’s so good in so many different way, I have to learn more about it! Maybe you guys can benefit from the tree in a way of making some money on the farm by growing more of them ? Thx for the useful information ?????

  10. Hi Leigh. Not only has it all those health benefits but I also think it fixes nitrogen from the air into its stems and branches so its great as stock fodder and as a mulch for the soil.

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  12. Fascinating stuff. I, too, am generally skeptical about these things. But this seems well backed-up. My concern would be about purity and "dosage" (if that makes sense). Too much of a good thing can also be harmful…and you know how westerners are. If a little is good, over-indulge.

  13. Late to the show,as always, taking advantage of furlough!

    That stuff looks amazing, you should have fed Mr Tumnus some of it,
    to could have saved a few baht from buying bullseye, although Mr T
    would have just increased the urine flow down his leg!!

  14. Hi, There is an old saying in Tamil language that "Murungaya vechavan verum kaiyya povan" ( The one plants moringa tree will go empty handed) and it actually means that, The one who plants the moringa tree in their house and then consumes the leaves cooked, Drumstick cooked, will never needs a walking stick. He / she can walk freely with no support in his/ her later ages. And it is. The power of moringa Tree.

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