How to Grow Stevia

Introduction

You need not be a South American planter to be a successful stevia grower. While the herb’s native locale may make it appear somewhat exotic, it has proved to be quite adaptable and capable of being cultivated in climate zones as diverse as Florida and southern Canada.

True, home-grown stevia may lack the potency of refined white stevia extract; whole stevioside content generally ranges from 81 to 91 percent, as compared to a leaf level of approximately 12 percent. But it can provide you with a quantity of freshly harvested stevia ‘tea leaves’ to augment your supply of commercial stevia sweeteners.

Organic gardeners in particular should find stevia an ideal addition to their yield. Though nontoxic, stevia plants have been found to have insect-repelling tendencies. Their very sweetness, in fact, may be a kind of natural defense mechanism against aphids and other bugs that find it not to their taste. Perhaps that’s why crop-devouring grasshoppers have been reported to bypass stevia under cultivation.

Then, too, raising stevia yourself, whether in your back yard or on your balcony, is another positive way you can personally (and quite legally) protest the wrongheaded government policies that have for so long deprived the American people of its benefits — a kind of contemporary Victory Garden.

How to Start Your Own Stevia Patch

It would be difficult, at best, to start a stevia patch from scratch — that is, by planting seeds. Even if you could get them to germinate, results might well prove disappointing, since stevioside levels can vary greatly in plants grown from seed.

The recommended method is rather to buy garden-ready ‘starter’ plants, which given stevia’s ‘growing’ popularity, may well be obtainable from a nursery or herbalist in your area — provided you’re willing to scout around a bit. If you’re not, or are unsuccessful in locating any, there are at least three growers of high-quality stevia who will ship you as many baby plants as you’d like.

Keep in mind that not all stevia plants are created equal in terms of stevioside content, and, hence, sweetness. It’s therefore a good idea to try to determine if the plants you’re buying have been grown from cuttings whose source was high in stevioside.

Because tender young stevia plants are especially sensitive to low temperatures, it’s important that you wait until the danger of frost is past and soil temperatures are well into the 50s and 60s before transplanting them into your garden.

Once you begin, it’s best to plant your stevia in rows 20 to 24 inches apart, leaving about 18 inches between plants. Your plants should grow to a height of about 30 inches and a width of 18 to 24 inches.

The Care and Feeding of Stevia

Stevia plants do best in a rich, loamy soil — the same kind in which common garden-variety plants thrive. Since the feeder roots tend to be quite near the surface, it is a good idea to add compost for extra nutrients if the soil in your area is sandy.

Besides being sensitive to cold during their developmental stage, the roots can also be adversely affected by excessive levels of moisture. So take care not to overwater them and to make sure the soil in which they are planted drains easily and isn’t soggy or subject to flooding or puddling.

Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months. Adding a layer of compost or your favorite mulch around each stevia plant will help keep the shallow feeder roots from drying out.

Stevia plants respond well to fertilizers with a lower nitrogen content than the fertilizer’s phosphoric acid or potash content. Most organic fertilizers would work well, since they release nitrogen slowly.

Gathering Autumn Stevia Leaves

Harvesting should be done as late as possible, since cool autumn temperatures and shorter days tend to intensify the sweetness of the plants as they evolve into a reproductive state. While exposure to frost is still to be avoided, covering the plants during an early frost can give you the benefit of another few weeks’ growth and more sweetness.

When the time does come to harvest your stevia, the easiest technique is to cut the branches off with pruning shears before stripping the leaves. As an extra bonus, you might also want to clip off the very tips of the stems and add them to your harvest, as they are apt to contain as much stevioside as do the leaves.

If you live in a relatively frost-free climate, your plants may well be able to survive the winter outside, provided you do not cut the branches too short (leaving about 4 inches of stem at the base during pruning). In that case, your most successful harvest will probably come in the second year. Three-year-old plants will not be as productive and, ideally, should be replaced with new cuttings.

In harsher climates, however, it might be a good idea to take cuttings that will form the basis for the next year’s crop. Cuttings need to be rooted before planting, using either commercial rooting hormones or a natural base made from willow tree tips, pulverized onto a slurry in your blender. After dipping the cuttings in such a preparation, they should be planted in a rooting medium for two to three weeks, giving the new root system a chance to form. They should then be potted — preferably in 4.5-inch pots — and placed in the sunniest and least drafty part of your home until the following spring.

Unlocking the Sweetness in Your Harvest

Once all your leaves have been harvested you will need to dry them. This can be accomplished on a screen or net. (For a larger application, an alfalfa or grain drier can be used, but about the only way an average gardener might gain access to such a device is to borrow it from a friendly neighborhood farmer). The drying process is not one that requires excessive heat; more important is good air circulation. On a moderately warm fall day, your stevia crop can be quick dried in the full sun in about 12 hours. (Drying times longer than that will lower the stevioside content of the final product.) A home dehydrator can also be used, although sun drying is the preferred method.

Crushing the dried leaves is the final step in releasing stevia’s sweetening power. This can be done either by hand or, for greater effect, in a coffee grinder or in a special blender for herbs. You can also make your own liquid stevia extract by adding a cup of warm water to 1/4 cup of fresh, finely-crushed stevia leaves. This mixture should set for 24 hours and then be refrigerated.

Growing Stevia Without Land

Just because you live within the confines of an apartment or condominium doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the benefits of stevia farming. This versatile plant can be grown either in pots on your balcony or any sunny spot, or else in a hydroponic unit. Stevia plants also do quite well in “container gardens.” A 10″ to 12″ diameter container filled with a lightweight growing mix is an ideal size for each plant. A little mulch on the top will help retain the moisture in the shallow root zone. A properly fertilized hydroponic unit or container garden can provide you with as much stevia as an outdoor garden, if not more.

Sources for mail-order stevia plants

The Herbal Advantage is a Missouri herb supplier offering 2 1/4″ pot size stevia plants ready for planting in your garden. For information and prices, call 800-753-9929, or write to them at Rte. 3, Box 93, Rogersville, MO 65742

Richter’s Herbs, a Canadian business, offers plants in 2 1/2″ pots via courier to customers in the U.S. and Canada. For information and prices, you can call (905) 640-6677 or fax them at (905) 640-6641 or write them at 357 Highway 47, Goodwood, Ontario L0C-1A0

Well Sweep Herb Farm is another source offering plants in 3″ pots either via mail order or to customers who stop by. It is located at 205 Mt. Bethel Road, Port Murray, NJ 07865 or can be reached at (908) 852-5390

Reprinted from The Stevia Story, copyright 1997 by Donna Gates. Photos courtesy Agriculture Canada.

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Dear Mr. Ramesh,

Stevia has vast demand because it contains Stevioside which is 300 time sweeter than Sugar and Nowadays every Industry needs Stevioside instead of Sugar.
Now For Cultivation basically you need well drained soil, it should not be over logged. And for 1 Acre 30000 Planting material required. You need to maintain the distance between two plants – 1.5ftX1.5ft,
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Recently Market rate is 100-150 Rs per kg is going on.

If you any other information Kindly contact us on sale.globalagro@gmail.com or feel free to contact us on +91 9769772707

Regards,
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Gurukrupa biotech May 3, 2013 at 2:57 pm

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Jigar July 22, 2013 at 11:57 am

Hi Vinod,

Please write to the email ID i’ve mentioned while replying.

I have the following questions.

Basically I am from Mumbai and my native is in Gujarat.

I am interested in Stevia plantation but would require some information before I really get started with the same.

Please find the same below:
1.having possessed a 6 acre land, how much do you think I shall initially require in terms of the Stevia herbs as well ad money.
2.what is the return of investments.
3. How much water would this while plantation require.
4.what is the acceptable limit of the temperatures that the plant can sustain in.
5. Is it possible to transport the harvest from gujarat to Maharashtra?if yes then how and if no, then any options in gujarat?
1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per kg ?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7.Any other relevant information?

Please let me know the same and in vase if I have any questions,I shall write to you.

Thanks and Regards,
Jigar Upadhyay,
Cell:+91-9769558998

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i am interasted in cultivation what will be rate per kg of leaves. profit/acre.i am having 20acre land at shegaon dist- buldana maharastra.

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Gurukrupa biotech May 3, 2013 at 2:43 pm

Dear Jitendra Bhai,
You will get it around 350 to 500 kg/acre in first year and second year it will be double but it depend on your fertigation schedule.
if you will taken plants from us then i will buy all dry leaves from you and paid you Rs.100 per kg of stevia dry leaves.
so you will be booked plants now and start earn from us….

vinod sharma
09879774559

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suresh mittal 0097798526 7117q June 5, 2013 at 8:42 am

Dear Mr Vinod Sharmaji

Greetings.

I am a tea planter and have tea across 1200 acres of land. Besidss I have 200 axres vacant land ready for planataion.i am interested in stevia plantations. I nwed your help and suggestions. The land is situated at south eastern part of nepal very near to birtamore and bihar boarder also.

Please contact me over mail or phone.
I callwd u twice bur udud nit pick up the call.

Regards

Suresh Mittal

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Kaman Singh Tamang March 23, 2013 at 8:57 am

Dear Sir
Namskar from Nepal
I am interested to stevia plant . Iam live in Hot area so we have alot of land plaese me some plants so I can try

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Mani Ram Kuikel May 22, 2013 at 5:53 am

please contact me for the nepal no. 9841879390/9813567247. since 3 yrs i am researching abt stevia in various field seeldling to toilet false

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Kyle March 22, 2013 at 2:31 am

Hi I was wondering how I could acquire stevia seeds or seedlings, and if my climate was even worth growing email me back or reply if you can help.

Thank you for your time.
Kyle

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peter March 19, 2013 at 8:50 pm

hi all,
I trader of stevia plant poduct ready for use . please contact me for details ..pk.kariupa@gmail.com

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Gaurav March 17, 2013 at 5:50 am

Hey i want to do stevia farming at bhusawal, jalgaon, maharashtra. Please advise me for that. here the soil is black. and water is sufficent. but the temp in summer is upto 46-47 and in winter upto 16-14 degress celesius. please advice me.

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kiran sigdel March 7, 2013 at 3:38 am

I am from Nepal. I am proprietor of ” Agricultural Enterprises Center-Nepal” is going to extension of Stevia planting and selling plants and buy back of all stevia plant harvesting in overall Nepal. Could you be advised me who is ready to support us in around of management of cultivation including financial of cultivation in farmer level.
let me help to supporting guidence for total investment in Nepal. If find good proposal accept from any unit we are ready to be the representative office in Nepal.

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kiran sigdel April 26, 2013 at 9:21 am

नयाँ वर्ष२०७० को हार्दिक मंगलमय शुभकामना सहित
Occupy Agriculture for Nepal Essence Crop from
सदावहार वाली स्टेविया Stevia खेती
(“एकघर एक व्यवसाय”द्वारा सुगर फ्री चिनी विरुवा उत्पादन अभियान)
हरेक महिना तालीम
प्रति सहभागी
प्रशिक्षण लागत शुल्क रु५,०००।– (पुर्ण प्याकेज खर्च)
सिट संख्याः ५०जना (२५जनाको १समूह)
तालीमको विशेषता
• विशेषज्ञद्वारा १हप्ते पुर्ण प्याकेज कार्यक्रम र प्रमाणपत्र
SME वन्ने अवसर
• प्राविधिक ज्ञान सहितको व्यवसायिक कृषि उद्यमी हुने ।
• तालीम पछि खेती गर्ने कृषकको खेतवारीको उत्पादन खरिद ग्यारेण्टी गर्ने गराउने सुव्यवस्था सिफारिस
Market Lead by Buy back Gurentee Management
• १ पटकको लगानी १०-१५वर्षम्म निरन्तर उत्पादन र आम्दानी
• १ रोपनी जग्गामा वाषिर्क रु७०,०००।- देखि रु९०,०००।- सम्म आम्दानी
• बर्षमा ३ देखि ४वाली लिन पाईने (३,३महिनामा वाली)
तालीमको अग्रीम तथा खेती वुकिª र फारमको लागि सर्म्पर्क
“व्यवसायिक कृषि उद्यम विकास समाज”
Agro Based Enterprise Development Society-BASED
(Agro Business Consortium)
संगको आवद्धता
तालीम व्यवस्थापन संयोजन
कृषि उद्यम केन्द्र
स्यूचाटार-४,काठमाण्डौ
सर्म्पर्कसेल ९७२१२१७०१३,९८५११३६३८७,९८५११२१२२८, ९८५१००९६७५, ९८५१०८२१९५
kiran_sigdel@yahoo.com,sigdelkiran@gmail.com

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Gurukrupa biotech May 3, 2013 at 3:09 pm

Dear kiran ji,
My self Vinod Sharma, from Gurukrupa biotech, have sufficient knowledge regarding stevia cultivation at Nepal.
I have different variety for you according to your land fertility and soil texture.
If you want seedlings or ready to use plants and seeds or dry leaves etc. We are doing our business with buy beck policy. So you don’t worry with your production.

plz feel free to ask any question if you have ???
We are redy to supply Stevia plants to you as per your requirements.
Thanks and regards,
Vinod
09879774559

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scott chemello sr March 3, 2013 at 6:00 pm

i started using stevia full time dec 14, 012, unfortunately the same day as the so tragic shooting in conneticate, but i started it cause there were too many health risks using artificial sweetner, i love it.

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what March 6, 2013 at 6:18 pm

Seriously? You really needed to use a reference to the shooting? What purpose did this serve you?

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lissy February 26, 2013 at 4:06 am

i am interested in stevia cultivation. just started with 2 saplings.

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mahesh nj February 25, 2013 at 11:13 am

Good evening,
I want to cultivate stevia in my land near chennai, how to get the saplings and how to sell the yield.
will there be any buyer in chennai..pls advise

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Akshay Deoke Naturacare March 7, 2013 at 6:29 pm

Hello Mahesh,

Our firm Naturacare is involved in cultivation practices of stevia. We provide end to end solutions. We provide consultancy services for stevia cultivation. We also provide contract farming service in which we help you grow stevia with all technical support and also buy the stevia yield directly from your farm at fixed price as per the contact. Contact us for more information or if you want to do stevia cultivation.

Regards,
Akshay Deoke,
09924442297.

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Don Reid April 2, 2013 at 11:43 am

Dear Akshay,

Do you have distribution in Uganda? if so, please advise with contacts. i’m in Kampala. Alternatively, would you like a distributor? My co can provide expansion for you into E.Africa. kindly let me know. pianoprayer1@hotmail.com

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ravikant tripathi April 5, 2013 at 1:33 pm

Dear Akshay,
I am a traditional agriculturist in U.P East India,i want to switch to stevia cultivation business, will it be feasible for you to become a partner with me under the contract farming agreement , i have five acres land with me,if so possible what would be your terms and condition and how could i benefit from it.

Thanks and regards
Ravikant Tripathi
9711395354

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Alex April 11, 2013 at 7:37 pm

Dear Akshay,
I am a traditional agriculturist in Republic of Georgia, i want to switch to stevia cultivation business, will it be feasible for you to become a partner with me under the contract farming agreement , i have 100 hectares land with me and I like to invest money in stevia business, if so possible what would be your terms and condition and how could i benefit from it.

Thank you
Best regards
Alex
+99 55 77 48 3223

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ANDRE TESTMAN April 29, 2013 at 1:09 pm

hi, I am interested.. please send more detail… I am in pasuquin Philippines… thank you andre testman

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ANDRE TESTMAN April 29, 2013 at 1:12 pm

hi..i am andre testman in the town of pasuquin , Philippines… I very much interested in your offer and would like to receive more detail.. thank you

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Angye Jacob May 16, 2013 at 6:14 pm

Dear AKSHAY,
l am interested to read from you. I am a Cameroonian residing in the west region of Cameroon. It is a tropical region. I am interested to work with your firm. I want to grow stevia. Could you please finance this project and be the sole marketer of this product?l have two hectares of land available for the project. Thanks.
Angye
Tel: 00237 7524 6069

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salik zeya February 21, 2013 at 7:16 pm

sir/mam
i want to grow stevia plant in patna; india……
please tell me how it is possible??
response soon

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sneh March 9, 2013 at 3:30 am

we can assist by all means we can supply steevia plants and all information pls.contact9565247168/8090495029 ngowelfaretrustlw@gmail.com

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Md. Khair Ul Ahsan Tipu February 17, 2013 at 11:03 am

Dear Sir / Madam,

We want to grow Stevia in Bangladesh.

Please advise how I can start?

+8801711347817

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Mr.Abdullah April 16, 2013 at 5:36 am

Mr. Tipu
I am a stevia farmer.if u need any help about stevia pls contruct me.
no – 01819018872.
Thanks

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Diwakar Thapa February 17, 2013 at 7:32 am

Dear sir/madam
Namasker
I am from Nepal. i am interested to stevia farming in Kathmandu. what can i do it ? How can i buy plant? Please, I request you give me information about stevia farming project.

Thanks,
dthapa

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Dorte Just February 21, 2013 at 3:26 pm

I am also interested in Stevia plants in Nepal.
If you get to know where we can get the plants please let me know
Dorte Just

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Mani Ram Kuikel February 24, 2013 at 8:19 am

Sorry sir due to climate there is no chance to cultivate stevia in ktm,try it to cultivate in terai

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sneh March 9, 2013 at 3:33 am

we can suply u steevia plants and all information pls contact.9565247168

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rajesh mukunde February 16, 2013 at 12:59 pm

i am interasted in cultivation what will be rate per kg of leaves. profit/acre.i am having 20acre land at shegaon dist- buldana maharastra.

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sanjay February 15, 2013 at 5:35 am

We are one of the leading supplier and exporter of the stevia products.Book your leaves today to get regular suupply.
We are the supplier of Cola drink in Malaysia,belarus and maldives..etc.,,we are leading supplier of Reb-A powder to many pharmaceuticals industry.We are leading supplier to bakery for bakery and bakery products-Stevia liquid.We have N-number of farm in India tied with farmer and teach them innovative techinque of farming stevia and making them rich. Stevia farmer are most happy farmer in india a servay by India-nation servay ( Dated :- MOH/STV/IN/15/06/2011).We are empowering farmer and doing marketing of leaves. We provide them Good rates of thier crops.We work along with companies ,farmer and people associate with it.
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http://www.abaanindia.com
Reinventing herbal science

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MomHeng August 17, 2013 at 8:16 am

Dear Sir,

I am from Cambodia. I saw your posting on Stevia.net.

As Cambodia is agriculture country with 70% of us are farmer. I wish build the stevia in our country as I know it is good source to help farmers more income.

I wish to set a model plantation over the land of 8ha (= 20 acres) from seeding, sapling, planting, maintaining & harvesting. After this model is success, I will copy and past through out the country in form of Contract Farming.

So I need partner for Tech assistant (Advice/Control from seeding to harvesting) and buying back the ready product. I collect a lot of info from Internet about the stevia and brief them to our community, farmers… They all commit to participate this project after our modelling is success. I estimate more at least 30,000 ha land (or more) will be ready for this plant.

I don’t know what extend that you could help me for this big project. Please help or introduce me to the right team.

Sincerely,

MomHeng
kmomheng@gmail.com
HP: +855 977 450 451

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Ijaz Farooq February 11, 2013 at 6:36 am

I am from punjab,india i wanna grow the stavia at my farm in malerkotla so can any one info me about stevia farming
1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per acre?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7. I need to buy Stevia seed. Can you help me Any other relevant information?

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Yalamati Satyanarayana February 10, 2013 at 1:39 am

Dear Sir,

I got some of the information regarding importance of Stevia and how to grow. I am also from Agriculture Family, presently I am doing some of Engineering projects. I am interesting to start Stevia plants in our lands with in a short period.
Best Regards,
Y. Satyanarayana.

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Ravindra A.Karve February 14, 2013 at 2:50 pm

Dear sir,
As a founder of Stevie cultivation in Maharashtra,I can guide you in this respect.You may contact with me.My E.mail ID.is

Ravindra Karve.

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rajesh mukunde February 16, 2013 at 12:29 pm

i would like to do stevia farming can u help me . my no. is 8007776992 i am from shegaon Dist-buldana.

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jitendra kumar March 2, 2013 at 6:31 pm

i want to grow stevia in nagpur pls… help me how can i?

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Fredy Zubiate February 7, 2013 at 1:14 pm

Dear Sirs
I am pleased, to present our company; STEVIA ONE SAC. To offering you, 15 Metric Ton, of stevia leaf, per month.
We can guarantee a minimum of 13% total steviol glicosides and a minimum of 10% of Reaudioside “A”, based on the weight of the dry leaf.
If our product, it would be of interest to you, we await your response, to send more details, analysis and samples.
Best regards.
Fredy Zubiate
STEVIA ONE SAC.
fredyzubiate@steviaone.com
271 Monte Rosa ofc. 603 Chacarilla
Lima PERU

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kiran sigdel January 29, 2013 at 12:07 pm

I with my team want to cultivate Stavia in my Kathmandu rural area.
I need following
-Plant seeds
-technical details for plantation and funding schemes and benefit yeild
and so on
your
kiran sigdel
Center for Agri Entrepreneur
Dahachok kathmandu cell 9741190057,9721217013

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MOHAN NAIDU February 3, 2013 at 4:24 am

how i can start stevia plantig pleas help me wheir i can buy land in maharsta and ap

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Sharad Bajracharya February 3, 2013 at 5:14 am

Kiran Ji Namaskar,

I am involved in the research on agricultural sector and MRPs. We are in the process of initiating research on Jatropha and Stevia. I hope you have ideas of where to get the planting materials of them. Please mai me as soon as possible. And if our interest are common we can work together. Thanks.

Regards
Sharad

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Dorte Just February 21, 2013 at 3:31 pm

Hi Sharad
I am interested in growing Stevia in Nepal. Do you have any ideas?’I will be in Nepal march 2013
Dorte Just

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Mani Ram Kuikel February 24, 2013 at 8:20 am

Sorry sir due to climate there is no chance to cultivate stevia in ktm,try it to cultivate in terai cell 9841879390

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puneet March 1, 2013 at 6:49 am

which type of atmospere is necessary for stevia to cultivate..in uttar pradesh it could be possible to grow

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Mani Ram Kuikel February 24, 2013 at 8:26 am

kathmandu ma nagaraun sathiharhu I have 2yrs research experiance for stevia seedling to processing and its marketing,Sorry sir due to climate there is no chance to cultivate stevia in ktm,try it to cultivate in terai cell 9841879390

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Mani Ram Kuikel February 24, 2013 at 8:28 am

I have 2yrs research experiance for stevia seedling to processing and its marketing,Sorry sir due to climate there is no chance to cultivate stevia in ktm,try it to cultivate in terai cell 9841879390

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Ramakrishna BS January 22, 2013 at 5:41 am

Hello,
Could you tell me how to cultivate and process this stevia plants, where could i get these seeds for farmingg purpose especially in Andhra pradesh India

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mahendra shah January 11, 2013 at 4:46 am

all my friends.

i am based in Nairobi-Kenya any onr who is interested in marketing their products there please mail me as i will be in india from 14th Jan to 31st jan we can haveeeting .i am also interested to see seed plants and comnmercial matters in poersaon.

thanks to all enterprenures. my mail id -mahendrashah_47@yahoo.com.

thanks once again.- Mahendra Shah

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sanjay January 27, 2013 at 6:26 pm

we have annual sale of stevia plant and it products. hurry offer till stock last.

regards,

sanjay
http://www.abaanindia.com
9172068059

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amit kumar singh January 10, 2013 at 9:22 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

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DEVENDER SINGH January 19, 2013 at 7:00 am

TO,
Dear sir,
Subject-purchasing stevia rebaudiana plant seeds for research purpose.
Sir,
i am research scholar from rajasthan,in india. I want to cultivate Stevia in my lab condition through pot study . I need to buy Stevia seed. Can you help me make up provide seeds? I have desperately asked for help for the preparation of high-power seed germination.I want to purchasing Stevia rebaudiana seeds.What is the cost to start seeds?
thanking you,
Regards,
Devender singh
research scholar
E-mail:-btdevendersingh@gmail.com

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anurag shrivastava January 2, 2013 at 6:08 am

i want to cultivet stevia from where i can brought seed and where i sale this and all regardig infomation

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masood mirzaee December 27, 2012 at 9:13 pm

Hi. Stevia plant on my master’s thesis, please, please help me in this regard. Useful resources in growing this plant please give / thanks

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RAJEEV RANJAN December 18, 2012 at 6:45 am

get me seeds stivia

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veer November 29, 2012 at 8:20 am

i want to sale my stevia plant field.

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sudipsinh December 14, 2012 at 2:30 pm

hy please contact me … for its

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Rajan K.C. December 18, 2012 at 1:22 pm

What is the price and Qty?

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Vineet agarwal February 22, 2013 at 3:15 am

Price & Quantity.

regards,
Vineet Agarwal
8418885555

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rabiul bashar November 25, 2012 at 4:42 pm

1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per acre?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7.Any other relevant information?
8. I am from Bangladesh.

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Ahmed S Huq January 7, 2013 at 4:36 pm

Hi! If you still not found Stevia seeds and your answers, pls discuss with me.
I am also from Bangladesh but I taken training on Stevia growing from seed to harvesting in China.

Ahmed
ashuq@live.com

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rabiul bashar November 25, 2012 at 4:39 pm

I am from Bangladesh. Very interested to grow stevia. pls help me anybody.

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dinesh November 23, 2012 at 9:34 pm

I want to know about stevia that it can be produce in hilly (cool) areas or where i can sell stevia or stevia leaves etc.

regards,
dines

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Krishna November 20, 2012 at 5:13 am

I am Interested in stevia cultivation. Want to know if any one is cultivating stevia in Coastal andhra…..vijaywada,kakinada…etc?
what is the price per plant?
what is the current market price for stevia leaves per kg ?
Please suggest some names and no, who are already cultivating in coastal andhra ?

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Hamid reza November 17, 2012 at 8:45 pm

Dear Sirs.
Hi
I am a graduate student in Agricultural Engineering.I am from iran. I want to cultivate Stevia in my farm for For master’s thesis. I need to buy stevia seed. Can you help me make up provide seeds? I have desperately asked for help for the preparation of high-power seed germination.
Thanks for your help
Email:Eng.khoddamy@yahoo.com

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Beverley November 23, 2012 at 1:57 am

Kings Seeds (NZ) LTD
PO Box 283, KATIKATI 3166, New Zealand.
http://www.kingsseeds.co.nz

My daughter gas successfully purchased seeds from the above this week.
Best wishes, we too hope to grow Stevia.
Bev Mosley

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dineshpandey November 14, 2012 at 3:48 pm

plegeinforation instevia dineshpanden38@gmaill.com

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Cynthia November 5, 2012 at 3:09 pm

Thanks for the stevia growing info – much appreciated!

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Tonny Rubini Sorensen October 30, 2012 at 3:38 pm

Please tell me where I can get some information about man faction equipment for making Stevie powder. I know that China has all kind of equipment, but if I can buy from USA I better do that. What I also want to know is how big plantation I need to have to get a rentable production.

Tonny Sorensen

Haiti

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mr panna October 17, 2012 at 5:21 pm

its nice,can we grow stevia in south asia,like india,bangladesh?i will be grateful if you kindly describe it.take care

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Sanjay Kase October 18, 2012 at 10:07 am

We are primium supplier of stevia and its products like
Stevia leaves
stevia dry leaves powder
Stevia – Reb-A 98%
Steviosides 97%
Stevia tablets
Stevia spoonful 100 gms
Stevia Pastery maker.
We are manufacturer, supplier and exporter of stevia products.
Contact us on sanjaykase@yahoo.com

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Sanjay Kase October 22, 2012 at 6:28 am

yes
we can grow stevia any where the temperature is 5 degree – 48 degree easily.
for more info visit website http://www.abaanindia.com

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Pereira October 16, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Stevia is some thing new to me… I intend manufacturing my own Green Tea, and I thought if I could mix Stevia powder into Green Tea, thus, substituting sugar intake, this would enhance the health benefit of people suffering from diabetic?

I am from Sri Lanka, if I manufacture this product; is there anyone who can help me market “Green Tea with Stevia”….
Please e-mail me: gladwinpereira@ymail.com

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Vineet agarwal February 22, 2013 at 3:22 am

I am not sure that it will work or not.

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karun bhagat October 14, 2012 at 11:34 am

dear sir
i am Nepalese people. I want to cultivate Stevia in Nepal. i have no idea. how to grow-up, sale , benefit
please help me details stevia information
i want to farming stevia but how many country i can sale . if your contact in Nepal please give me contact no.

regarded

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Trương Tiến October 21, 2012 at 12:38 pm

Tôi có thể cung cấp nguyên liệu stevia cho bạn với số lượng lớn. Bạn hãy liên hệ với tôi dưới dạng văn bản tiếng Việt Nam. Rất mong được hợp tác cùng bạn.
Thanks

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Phuong Anh November 21, 2012 at 6:45 am

Chào anh Tiến,
Em đang dự định trồng stevia ở miền Nam, theo em biết thì stevia có nhiều loài cho lượng chất ngọt khác nhau ở mỗi vùng khí hậu. Em đang cần chọn giống phù hợp điều kiện Bình Phước. Trước đây em đã mua giống ngoài Hà Nội từ một người trên diễn đàn, trồng không được tốt lắm. Cây cho hoa nhưng ra hạt chất lượng cũng khá kém. Em rất vui nếu được anh giúp đỡ trong kế hoạch đầu đời này (^^). Em muốn biết là anh có cung cấp cây giống hay không, có nhiều loại ko? Và anh nhân giống như thế nào? Kỹ thuật trồng có khó và tốn nhiều chi phí lắm không ạ?

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nelly October 10, 2012 at 11:06 pm

I am new at growing, drying, and harvesting stevia. I love it! I want to know please, how mw much fresh crushed stevia leaf does it take to equal one teaspoon of sugar??

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AndiRaya Gibb November 8, 2012 at 10:28 am

intheraw.com has a conversion chart. 1 teaspoon of stevia powder equals 1 teaspoon of sugar.

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Vineet agarwal February 22, 2013 at 3:26 am

Sugar amount Equivalent Stevia powdered extract Equivalent Stevia liquid concentrate
1 cup 1 teaspoon 1 teaspoon
1 tablespoon 1/4 teaspoon 6 to 9 drops
1 teaspoon A pinch to 1/16 teaspoon 2 to 4 drops

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Vineet agarwal February 22, 2013 at 3:29 am

Sugar amount Equivalent 1 cup = Stevia powdered extract Equivalent 1 teaspoon = Stevia liquid concentrate 1 teaspoon
Sugar amount Equivalent 1 tablespoon = Stevia powdered extract Equivalent 1/4 teaspoon = Stevia liquid concentrate 6 to 9 drops

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Hubert Thong October 5, 2012 at 6:04 am

I am from Malaysia and I am cultivating Stevia as a hobby.
I use spent coffee grounds as 1:4 ratio to garden soil.
Results in a nice robust plant that has nice large leaves.
I water the plants 2-3 times a week and keep them in
about 30% shade.
I hope one day to taste a “coffee” flavored leaf

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leow October 20, 2012 at 10:46 am

Dear Hubert
Where can I get stevia plant in Malaysia?

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Trương Tiến October 21, 2012 at 12:43 pm

I sell stevia ingredients in Vietnam. you can contact and send mail: ceo@quannam.vn me as text Vie Nam

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Joyce Pang December 3, 2012 at 7:50 am

There are many places selling it but I recommend u to but only Stevia Rebaudiana.
I have been producing stevia seedlings. Join me in my Facebook page : Stevia Healthysweetness
We are using organic fertilizer.

Thank you.

Joyce

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Chandra Mani Bhandari September 17, 2012 at 3:29 am

I got basic knowledge of Stevia. Thank you very much for your article hoping further technical input .

Chandra

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Ray Sharif August 31, 2012 at 8:03 pm

Dear Sir
I just moved to my own home in Iran after living almost 35 years in USA. I have been using STEVIA EXTRACT for a lony time and I am very happy to use it.I have a big farmin North part of Iran close to Casspian Sea, which used to plant rice, but I decided to cultivate stevia and seriously develope it in a larg scale to be presented to the outside market other than my own use, therefore I need to educated myself and strongly need your help in this matter.
Please let me know how to grow stevia in commercial scale. My e-mail is “rezvansh98@yahoo.com and my phone is international code+98=911-663-3979. I am looking forward to hear from you. Thanks

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Nick Papas October 3, 2012 at 5:46 pm

We can supply people that are intersted with hi quality stevia plants with glucosides that can reach up to 21%. Please visit our site at http://www.eurostevia.eu. We are your one stop answer. And we offer a buy back contract.

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majid s. August 29, 2012 at 6:02 am

what is kind of sugare in stevia

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majid s. August 29, 2012 at 5:55 am

dear sir
i am Iranian people. I want to cultivate Stevia in central province in ancubator . i have no idea. how to grow-up, sale , benefit
please help me details stevia information
i want to farming stevia but how many country i can sale . if your contact in iran please give me contact no.

regarded
majid s.
Nepal

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Nick Papas October 3, 2012 at 5:45 pm

We can supply people that are intersted with hi quality stevia plants with glucosides that can reach up to 21%. Please visit our site at http://www.eurostevia.eu. Yes we can supply you with plants

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center for agri enterprenurs Nepal August 27, 2012 at 12:38 pm

we want to promote the stevia production,marketing and promotion in nepal, but we could not get good party for partnership

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Manir September 21, 2012 at 10:20 am

Nepal contact 9813567247

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Manir September 21, 2012 at 10:22 am

Better you contact 9813567247

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Barnabas Shrestha November 25, 2012 at 12:02 pm

Brother Manir,
Greetings.
We want to contact for getting some information about of stevia plants but your telephone number could not responce if possible please contact us. 9741190083. Thanks.

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chiran August 20, 2012 at 10:33 am

dear sir
i am Nepalese people. I want to cultivate Stevia in Nepal. i have no idea. how to grow-up, sale , benefit
please help me details stevia information
i want to farming stevia but how many country i can sale . if your contact in Nepal please give me contact no.

regarded
Chiran Dhakal
Nepal

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Gurudatta July 26, 2012 at 10:25 am

I am Gurudatta from Nepal. I am also looking to cultivate the Stevia Plant in my farm house, is it possible to grow in the temperature between 20 – 40 deg celcus. Would you provide me rate of per plant in you place?

Thanks

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chiran August 20, 2012 at 10:48 am

please give me stevia Nepali rate per plant

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Manir September 21, 2012 at 10:23 am

Rs.15/-Maximum

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Gaurav November 25, 2012 at 5:59 pm

Dear Gurudatta,
If u plan to grow stevia in your farms, contact me at +91 98781 55977

Regards,
Gaurav
India

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simona ticciati July 24, 2012 at 1:29 am

Ciao!

per cortesia, vorrei sapere se posso trovare, in vendita, le piantine di stevia, in Italia, e in caso positivo qualche indirizzo

grazie!

simona :o)

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Attilio Azzolini September 9, 2012 at 5:22 am
Kristian Stevia July 13, 2012 at 4:35 am

Very nice article.
We are talking alot about Stevia in Denmark these days after it where approved by EU last year.

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Heywood Dong July 9, 2012 at 2:08 am

Dear Sirs, I’d like to plant stevia, and build a processing factory in central China. Could you help provide seeds and relative processing technology & equipment? We got very big market here in China. Maybe we can cooperate on the factory operating? Looking forward to your reply soon! Faithfully yours. Heywood Dong. July 9th, 2012.

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Cecil G. (Gary) Batchelor, Jr. August 9, 2012 at 1:20 pm

Contact me in reference to stevia. Can also contact me on Skype at:
garybatchelor

Regds,
Gary Batchelor
Jakarta

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Joyce Pang December 3, 2012 at 7:57 am

Seeds are not a wise option. Only plant from cuttings of reliable sweet mother plant.
You are welcome to join me in Facebook page :Stevia Healthysweetness.
I plant, harvest , dry n grind into pure stevia powder. Very natural. Use only organic fertilizer with low NPK.

Joyce

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sagar patel June 30, 2012 at 11:21 am

hello.. sir..

please give me information about How to plantation of stevia & what is it’s market in india….
thaNKS

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mohsen June 21, 2012 at 3:40 am

Hi dear
I need to buy stevia powder export.
please let me know your list items and price.
Thanks
Mohsen

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john hattat July 30, 2012 at 9:13 pm

you are
requested to procure lowest price of stevia powder c@f abu dhabi and minimum quantity acceptable for the trial
order
thanks

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Sanjay Kase September 26, 2012 at 9:21 am

we supply all kind of stevia and its products.
+91 9172068059

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Trương Tiến October 21, 2012 at 12:54 pm

you can contact and send mail: ceo@quannam.vn me as text Viet Nam

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Sona Sem June 15, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Dear Sire,
I want to plant stevia in Cambodia. Could you please give me some ideas!

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Dhama Nath Paudyal September 12, 2012 at 1:13 pm

I am from Kathmandu, Nepal. I want to start cultivation of stevia very soon. I want to be in touch with as many stevia cultivators as possible in Nepal to share information and experience in every aspect of stevia farming. could any body help me in this connection ? Thank you.

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Maniram Kuinkel September 21, 2012 at 10:25 am

Better you contact in Nepal 9813567247

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Iqbaljot Singh June 15, 2012 at 5:50 am

information regarding growing of stevia in Punjab India. is it legal to grow it in India| where to buy plants? living in Patiala. can it be grown commercially? where to sell the crop near patiala.also tell when to grow and when to reap the stevia plant

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Chirankeevi August 20, 2012 at 6:25 am

We can supply Stevia plants from Hyderabad, India.. Mail me your requirement

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Nisha October 16, 2012 at 3:49 pm

Hi
I’m from Hyderabad. I need 2-3 stevia plants . Pls reply if available
ThAnx

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Prithvi pal October 23, 2012 at 10:13 am

hi, i am from haryana, i would like to start stevia plantation, for try purpose, pls get me some plants and other necessary knowledge on my id, also get me ur contect for further details,

regards,

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Gaurav November 25, 2012 at 6:04 pm

Dear Iqbaljot

I m from Chandigarh. Contact me at 98781 55977 regarding stevia.

Regards,
Gaurav

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senthil samy June 9, 2012 at 7:21 pm

sir please help in tamil nadu i have 10 acres i interested in stevia cultivate but helpless so please help me and provide contact number in tamilnadu

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S.PILLAY June 19, 2012 at 7:31 pm

VANAKKAM, TAMBY PLEASE HAVE YOU STARTED. PREPARE SOIL WELL.

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B K Mudgal June 7, 2012 at 9:36 am

We are taking over 5000 hectare agriculture land in Tanzania on long term lease. We are looking forward to grow Stevia over there. Kindly guide us where from we get seeds/plants and know how nearby/within Tanzania to cultivate Stevia. Thanks.
B K Mudgal

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phytosens sprl June 21, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Sir,
Phytosens sprl , we are Belgium company
and we can offer You more info about this cultivation project
send us a email phytosens@gmail.com for quick replay to Your questions…
best regards

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Green Wood Enterprise July 19, 2012 at 3:21 am

Planting Stevia firstly the soil must be suitable,lose soil [no clay] rich in organic nutrient,easy irrigation accessible and easy man power.Greenwood Enterprise is specialist preparing stevia seedling.1 ha.need 80000 seedling min. or more.100 ha. need 8000000 seedlings that cost US dollar 4,000,000.00 thus US 0.50 per.seedling.Contact hand phone 0138090503,contact person Mr.James P.Bangguan Malaysia.

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Titus Sigei September 9, 2012 at 2:42 pm

Hi,please visit the given website.We have plantations in kenya and you could visit us for more practical stevia growing practises or call +254753400019 or +254721259945.Thanks

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Bhanu kumar shrestha June 1, 2012 at 6:14 am

I am from Nepal .I am very interested in planting stevia.I have plenty of land of my own(1100mtfrom sea lavel).I want to know about availability of plants n other informations.thanks

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Maniram Kuinkel September 21, 2012 at 10:26 am

you can get suggest from 9813567247

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Mrs REM May 31, 2012 at 8:45 pm

Bought stevia seed … 8 in packet for about $3.50 … four grew VERY well … so far. Gave 3 to diabetic friends for their use. Plan to use mine in tea, etc. Wonder how to use it in baking? We live in Central Pennsylvania and plan to keep mine as house plant. Saw plants offered in Gurney seed catalogue, really costly. That’s why I decided to try seed.

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Tiffany May 23, 2012 at 8:00 pm

Just bought 3 stevia plants and I live in Philadelphia. When Fall comes, must I harvest? Can I keep them in containers and bring them inside?

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tess asug May 23, 2012 at 1:47 pm

I am from the philippines and want to grow stevia. will it grow in rice land? where can i get the plant? would like to know how growand market the same? are there seminars available locally?

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loida May 21, 2012 at 12:21 pm

Hi i’am interested in planting stevia in the phil..i’am from
Vienna austria have a rice field there and planing to
use this rice field for stevia plantation maybe you can
help me where and how to acquire the small plants
Is it perr piece or hundredst and how much and will
it be derivired in the phil.

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maria asuncion riola June 25, 2012 at 11:44 pm

im from quezon province, and i can supply you stevia plant or seeds.for more information pls text 09194415934.

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Ricarido V. Saturay September 22, 2012 at 9:19 am

Hi! I’m from Lucena City and doing some home gardening. May I know what place in Quezon you are located?
How large is your stevia gardens/plantings? Is your site accessible?

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Nick Papas October 3, 2012 at 5:34 pm

We can supply people that are intersted with hi quality stevia plants with glucosides that can reach up to 21%. Please visit our site at http://www.eurostevia.eu.

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alex May 20, 2012 at 12:13 pm

I’M FROM THE PHILIPPINES AND I’M INTERESTED IN FARMING STEVIA. WHERE CAN WE PROCURE THE SEEDS HERE IN PH PARTICULARLY IN NORTHERN LUZON? IF THERE ARE AVAILABLE DISTRIBUTOR HOW MUCH IS A PACK OR A KILO MAYBE.

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Niezam May 19, 2012 at 8:54 am

Dr. Zaki ….
Simple like stevia plant. What is the disease, insect / plant sinister birds. especially of stevia?
What is the appropriate pesticides to prevent and what is it harmful to use?
guidance mintak sifu dr … what breed true-to stevia planting in Selangor, Malaysia.? I want to try to park in a polybag for study. if successful will be planted in 2.25 acre

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Joyce Pang December 3, 2012 at 8:03 am

Dear Niezam,

I grow stevia in Kuching, Sarawak. I am selling stevia plants. Do not use pesticide on stevia plants. I use organic fertilizer
which contains eucalyptus peat. organic fertilizer is certified by IFOAM. Very good, and leaves are all very healthy. You can join me in my Facebook page :Stevia Healthysweetness.
There are photos of stevia plants and steps to produce stevia powder.
My email :joycepang999@yahoo.com
Joyce

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Leah May 13, 2012 at 12:15 am

hi :) i am from the philippines and we found out that my mother has symptoms of diabetes. we would like to introduce her to the natural way of treating her disease at the same time provide her with foods that are safe for her. i heard about stevia and would want to learn more about it. i love gardening and i would love to plant something that can benefit my family’s good health. i hope to know if i can grow it in a climate such as the philippines and where i can get the seeds from. thank you for this space and i look forward to hear from you the soonest.

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langsa May 16, 2012 at 3:08 pm

hello leah. :) im also from the philippines, specifically baguio city and im guessing stevia can tolerate the philippine climate. i just bought 2 stevia plants today and ive transplanted them in my herbal garden. i bought mine from the local nurseries. maybe you should check out some around your area. :) good luck

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Francis May 21, 2012 at 11:30 am

Hi Leah,

I am a diabetic myself since 2002. I started taking malunggay powder, one teaspoonful 20 minutes before each meal and my blood sugar became normal after 30 days of continuous taking malunggay. My blood sugar became normal and I dont take any medicine now for my diabetes for more than 5 years now. Why not try malunggay… It helps…. Francis

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loida May 21, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Where and how did u acquaire malunggay powder
my husband and i is diabetiker and i want to try
what u said

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Francis May 21, 2012 at 2:59 pm

Hi Loida,
My sister works in a health center in Nueva Ecija and she is a dentist by profession. She provided me the powder and capsules as my maintenance. What she did was she planted her backyard with malunggay. The malunggay were grown organically, no pesticides, no commercial fertilizers used. She uses mixed rice hulls and loamy soil as fertilizer. Email me at francistirazona@yahoo.com and will give you some pointers and instructions on how to prepare your malunggay powder. I will give you full information so you can prepare yourself. You can even buy your malunggay leaves at the market very cheap at 5 pesos per bundle. I’ll wait for your emal. Francis

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Cynthia May 25, 2012 at 8:42 am

This product utilizes all parts of the Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) plant that provides the nutrition your body needs. Watch the video and please write if you have any questions.

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Cynthia May 25, 2012 at 8:43 am

This product utilizes all parts of the Malunggay (Moringa Oleifera) plant that provides the nutrition your body needs. Watch the video and please write if you have any questions.

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Petrifiedhippy May 29, 2012 at 6:04 pm

I am a diabetic for many years now
I have used stevia for near 4 years, to a point of never using any other
sweetener
I have lost weight also.

DO NOT USE STEVIA AS A WAY TO BRING GLUCOSE UP – IT DOES NOT WORK
Let your doctor know you use stevia. It is a wonderful fiber

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little June 25, 2012 at 11:47 pm

im from quezon province, i can supply you plant and seeds of stevia.pls contact 09194415934.thankyou

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Stephen May 11, 2012 at 3:19 pm

I have been able to purchase 3 plants from Dobies in England, thankyou for your growing tips.

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pinky May 10, 2012 at 10:26 pm

i wanna grow stevia bat i have no idia wich vircity good white & balck plz tall me detail

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Captain Awesome May 9, 2012 at 12:35 pm

The plants must be common in the US by now, I’m in Canada and I just bought one at Lowes yesterday. So if Lowes has it lots of other US stores must have it too.

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juzman bohari May 7, 2012 at 4:47 am

dr Zaki….
Stevia macam mudah d tanam….aPAkah penyakit ,serangga / unggas yg mengancam tumbuhan ini..terutama skali daun stevia?
Apakah racun srangga yg sesuai utk menghalang danpa memudaraTKAN penggunaannya?
mintak tun juk ajar dr sifu…apakah baka stevia yg sesuai d tanam d sarawak,malaysia .? saya dh taman dlm polybag utk kajian..jika suksess nak tanam dalam 20 ekar…

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talon May 6, 2012 at 2:17 am

Are starter stevia common?

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afridi May 3, 2012 at 5:39 am

i m from pakistan i have Fresh Stevia plants any one who interested in setvia from pakistan can contact me

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Faiz May 6, 2012 at 6:59 am

Afridi, hello.
I am from Pakistan too, I want to buy stevia plants. How can I contact you?

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thmsc May 11, 2012 at 2:06 am

yes… how i can contact you…

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Faiz May 13, 2012 at 6:27 am

@thmsc,
you want stevia plants OR you have and you want to sell them?

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farhat May 27, 2012 at 8:17 am

@ afridi
hello sir i want to buy stevia plants how to contect u??? i am from gujranwala please reply soon. thanks

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farhat May 27, 2012 at 8:23 am

@afridi
please give us ur contact info or ur cell number @ 03215609358 imran

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Jehangir Shah November 9, 2012 at 7:06 am

Salam.
I am in Karachi and interested in buying Stevia plants. You can either call me on 03312109793 or send me an email.
Thanks.
Jehangir

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Iftikhar February 19, 2013 at 6:45 am

0322 494 2003. Please call if you can provide me stevia plants.
Thanks

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Anne April 23, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Hi

Where can I get Stevia Plants in South Africa? I am very interested in obtaining some.

Thanks

Regards
Anne

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Mada Mijiga April 25, 2012 at 12:11 pm

Hi Anne

You can get Stevia plants from Margaret Roberts herbal Gardern some where in Brits.

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Maryke May 15, 2012 at 10:22 am

Hi, I bought stevia at the Strawberry Pot nursery in Hendrik Verwoerd Drive, Centurion

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Prasad April 18, 2012 at 12:49 pm

I am very much interested in stivia plants in farm, can you please let me know about stivia seeds, market and quality of product..

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Marwan April 15, 2012 at 7:35 am

Hi, my Name is Marwan Assaf from Lebanon, im an Organic farmer, really intrested in Learning How to grow Stevia Plants in here, to help people, and building a succsessful business. Would appreciate your Help. thanks in advance. have a nice Day

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Nijad May 19, 2012 at 12:33 pm

Hi Marwan,

Did you get the seeds? and any results yet?
I’m from Lebanon too by the way

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Dalia February 8, 2013 at 12:55 pm

Hello Marwan,

Any luck with the Stevia plant being planted here in Lebanon.

Thank you.

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Ganga Sawad April 15, 2012 at 2:59 am

Dear Sir/Madam
I am interested in cultivating Stevia plant in Far Western part of Nepal. Please how can i get the necessary information from Nepal. Whom to contact and how can i get the necessary trainings and plants in Nepal?

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Hom Raj Kunwar May 5, 2012 at 4:48 pm

Ganga Ji, Namaste

If u have want training of Stevia plz call me 9857024104

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Ganga Sawad April 12, 2012 at 12:09 pm

I am from Kailali Nepal interested in Stevia Cultivation How can i get the training and necessary support?

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satish gupta April 8, 2012 at 11:07 am

i am interested in growing stevia at large scale in rajasthan,advice me

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pradeep sharma April 7, 2012 at 12:07 pm

We are leading technology provider for the Stevia cultivation and the product development In India.

We are doing a lot of efforts towards popularizing the Stevia in India.

We are providing technology to the small grower at a minimal cost who are interested in Stevia cultivation. We regularly conducting training season for the Stevia cultivation.

The popularization of product is very essential in India to give the buyback and financial benefit to the growers.

Currently We are providing stevia plants production cost .

The person or firm who are interested in stevia marketing can contact us.

There is huge opportunity in India in the sugar free market.

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Ans April 18, 2012 at 4:45 pm

Dear Pradeep,

Please provide your contact details.

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Hildur Kjartansdotir April 25, 2012 at 6:30 pm

Dear Pradeep,
We are a group of people in Iceland planning on growing stevia and produce stevia in Iceland. Could you send me some informations and production cost.

Regards
Hildur

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Laszlo Deme May 4, 2012 at 7:31 am

Dear Pradeep,

Please send your contact information.
We are interested in stevia cultivation and processing in Romania.
regards,
Laszlo

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Ronny May 10, 2012 at 9:45 pm

Hi All,

we are producing stevia around 30 ha and we are at the moment looking for technology to use in the harvest process of the stevia leaves. Especially we are looking for a machine which separates the leaves from the stick after the harvest. At the moment we are doing it manually but it takes a lot of time and is also very costly. Does anybody know about machines which we could use for this process?

Thanks a lot for your help. Contact to ronny.kretschmer@natural-stevia.com

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Louise Demello May 15, 2012 at 1:19 pm

Hello,
My husband and I travel to India most years for three months usually Jan-April. We are interested in selling Stevia powder wholesale and retail in the USA and Canada. Would you kindly send us your contact information: E-mail and city in India.
Please check out our You Tube videos on India. Go to YouTube and enter Portal to India in search window.
Namaste
Louise
Yes we know it should be Gangamata but E-mail was done years ago and we misunderstood the Hindu pronunciation.

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pawar June 28, 2012 at 7:54 pm

So many are intreated for this cultivation , only we need proper knowledge and support.

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sriram July 5, 2012 at 12:27 pm

DearSir,
I am intarested in
marketing stevia plants . to contact you give your details like number and e mail address.orcallme on my no: 99490 94175 i am from visakhapatnam

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Behnam January 8, 2013 at 7:19 am

I am looking for all p let me know how to see you my own home in Iran
p give me more information

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Lorenza April 5, 2012 at 7:42 pm

Hello dear,
I am living in the US,and I am interested in exporting stevia products( powder, liquids) in Europe.
Where can I find sources for this business?
I would appreciate your early reply in advance.

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Laszlo Deme May 4, 2012 at 7:24 am

Hi Lorenza,

I am living in Romania and I am just looking for stevia suppliers. Please send some further info about your products and how do you think about this business.
We have several businesses here – hotel, textile distribution, healthy products import and distribution, natural juice processing, cosmetic and medical lasers sale and rent, saw dust briquets production.
I find stevia a very good opportunity , we are also thinking on cultivation and processing. Land is very cheap and available here, workforce as well.
regards,
Laszlo

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Valentin Ignatov May 15, 2012 at 6:37 am

Hi Laszlo,

you can see our site http://www.bioplus-bg.com/, we are in Bulgaria

If you are interested you can contact us!

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nestor d. rapliza May 25, 2012 at 4:24 am

Madam,
Im from the Philippines and produces coconut sugar which is good for diabetics because of its low glycemic index of 35. Are you interested with the coconut sugar in your business?

nestor

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MANOGARAN VELLAYAN June 2, 2012 at 5:22 pm

Hi Laszlo
I am from Malaysia. We have boiler fired oil palm kernel shell used for briquets production. Please leave me your email contact and I will send photos of our raw materials so that we may grow our business from here. Thank you. Mano

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sanjay February 15, 2013 at 5:45 am

we can suppy container full of steiva plants becoz seeds are not successful…..

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Lily Oguh May 8, 2012 at 12:20 pm

Hi Lorenza,
I am interested in stevia powder, and would like to know more about stevia products. We are planning on drink production and looking for natural sweetners. Please kindly provide more information. I would also like to know the cost od your products.

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Devi Prasad Acharya April 3, 2012 at 10:54 am

Where we can sell the Stevia in NEPAL.If possibe Please send me some information…
Per k.g. Rate ?
Production ratio?
etc…..

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Dr. Parshu Ram Pokhrel April 3, 2012 at 1:52 pm

We are the founder of stevia growing in Nepal. We are buyer from Russia. You may contact to my brother Buddhi Pokharel. His mobile is 9844034498, 9841293769. you may write me about your production capacity (volume) and where are you from Nepal.
With regards.
Parshu Ram Pokhrel, Ph.D.

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Prem Shrestha April 12, 2012 at 3:35 am

I am from Dolalghat, Kavre, I have 6 Ropani Land but not water, It is suitable for stevia ?

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santosh April 12, 2012 at 4:19 am

is it possible to cultivate the stevia in kathmandu valley if yes then can u please send me the details from where i can buy the plants. i do owe ropanis of land in kathmandu

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Dipak Roka April 13, 2012 at 8:30 am

Dear Mr. Pokhrel,
Could you please send me your contact address/telephone in my email. I am in Kathmandu.
Thanks.

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Bishnu Prasad Adhikari April 19, 2012 at 4:13 am

Dear Parshu Ram,
I am residing in Butwal Nepal, working in a financial sector in Nepal. I know the fact that Nepal needs huge amount of sugar free products due to sugar patients increasing day by day. I am interested in stevia cultivation which I came to know from the daily newspapers kantipur publish few days ago. I have a huge enthusiam working in this platform.

Warmest Regards,
Bishnu Prasad Adhikari, BCA,MBA

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anil shrestha August 4, 2012 at 2:05 pm

i am from ktm. i have 6 to 7 ropanies fields. i want to cultivate stevia in it. Is it possible in ktm.

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anil shrestha August 5, 2012 at 1:31 am

where can i get seeds of stevia?

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Alam March 28, 2012 at 8:44 am

People show your interest in training programme offered by HCM

We also take contract farming.
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ATUL GUPTA March 26, 2012 at 10:35 am

HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur in the Fourth week(30-31) of March 2012.You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years.Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.

OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of Stevia plants and Aloe Vera cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?

VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

Please find the attached registration Form fill the registration Form, scan it and send it back. After receiving your registration form with 2 passport size photographs you will receive your schedule within 2 working days. We are providing consultancy on each and every aspects.

The best discount for three we can provide you is Rs 4,000 per person for more info contact the undersigned.

Thanks and regards
Prashant Chaturvedi
Head Marketing
+91-8107379410

“Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

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Oliver April 4, 2012 at 2:23 pm

We interested to training and growing

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sriram July 5, 2012 at 1:13 pm

DEAR SIR,
IAM INTRESTED IN TRAINING PROGRAM.PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE SCHEDULE OF TRAINING PROGRAM PL. GIVE A CALL ON MY MOBILE NO: 09949094175
REGARDS

SRIRAM
VISAKHAPATNAM

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Behnam January 8, 2013 at 7:33 am

Hi my own home in Iran and let me know the next training time.

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ATUL GUPTA March 26, 2012 at 10:35 am

HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program

HCMS is organizing a 2 days Stevia (natural sugar plant) and Medicinal Plant’s Cultivation Training Program at Pink City Jaipur in the Fourth week(30-31) of March 2012.You can have complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves .Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author’s own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. Practical Training provided by the Technical experts having experienced of 12-15 years.Attendy could be individuals, Co-operates and rural farmers. Session includes market strategic, availability, future of medicinal plant,trading and export opportunities various knowledgeable information available for entrepreneur.

OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING PROGRAM:-

1.The complete information about commercial cultivation of Stevia plants and Aloe Vera cultivation.
2.Before starting cultivation what parameters has to be taken?
3.Include field level primary processing /value addition activities.
4.Converting your business into small scale industries ?
5.On what parameters/standard Medicinal cultivation done?
6.Marketing aspects & services?
7.Profit percentage from single buyer and how much it is effective?
8.Guarantee of Buy back guarantor?
9.Certified plant saplings and seeds, surety of certification and standardization of material?
10.How can you choose any medicinal plants according to your place climate, Land soil and water availability?
11.List of Government certified & approved Herbal plants?
12.Climatically conditions, environmental improvement and soil improvement.
13.Employment to unemployed people?
14.Promotions of Herbal plants according to Government Schemes?
15.Medicinal farming through organic preparation?
16.Cultivation of Medicinal plants with minimum water level?
17.Safety about climatic diseases in Medicinal Herbs?
18.How to prepare nursery of Medicinal plants?
19.Subsidy from Central and State Government?
20.Formalities for Organic Certification?
21. Bankable projects and bank loan?

VISIT INCLUDES DURING TRAINING SESSION

1.Vermicompost processing unit.
2.Stevia Farm Visit
3.Aloe-Vera farm visit and technical knowledge about sowing, harvesting, marketing and export.
(a) How to extract pulp from Aloe-Vera leaf?
(b) How to extract Juice from leaf?
4.Lemongrass farm visit.
5.Jatropha farm visit.

TRAINING DETAIL:-

Training Duration:- 2 days

Training Time:- 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Training Place:- Jaipur

Training Type:- Residential Training

Please find the attached registration Form fill the registration Form, scan it and send it back. After receiving your registration form with 2 passport size photographs you will receive your schedule within 2 working days. We are providing consultancy on each and every aspects.

The best discount for three we can provide you is Rs 4,000 per person for more info contact the undersigned.

Thanks and regards

atul gupta

“Our key focus is high quality products, customer satisfaction and building &maintaining relationship with all of our stakeholders”

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Ganesh sonwane March 26, 2012 at 4:23 pm

dear i wanna join tranning for stevia cul pls send detail fee, accomodation and how apply for it.

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loida May 21, 2012 at 12:44 pm

Iam interested in the training but the prob.is iam
leaving here in vienna austria may be do u know if we have
here such kind of traning in austria.thank u very
much

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vikram sing March 25, 2012 at 6:10 am

can u sugesst whether it gives more profit after cultivating it.im from south india.is my climate suitable for it.

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Alam March 23, 2012 at 12:50 pm

We also take contract farming.
http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in
ABAAB INDIA-REINVENTING HERBAL SCIENCE

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Alam March 23, 2012 at 12:47 pm

yes will supply Stevia plant sany part of the world.

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Faiz May 6, 2012 at 7:07 am

hello ALAM,
I want to buy stevia plant and I am in Pakistan in your neighbour, can you supply stevia plants?

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sanjay February 15, 2013 at 5:41 am

ya we will

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Iftikhar February 19, 2013 at 6:52 am

Alam, please send me the details, how and when you can supply Stevia plants to Pakistan.Thanks

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S.Chowdhury March 22, 2012 at 3:14 pm

I am interested for commercial harvesting in north east India, pl. guide me with its vi abilities in details , who will buy back after growing stevia , & initial investment needed. pl.help to help other.
Regards
S.C

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:21 pm

please visit our website for further info:
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Aayush Rastogi March 21, 2012 at 3:22 pm

I am intersted in commercial cultivation of steviain UP,India can you please supply me the stevia plants and give further details about its cultivation !

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:22 pm

please visit our website for further info:
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Puspa bahadur gurung March 20, 2012 at 6:58 am

I am from Nepal and my proposed land is around 1200 meter high. I would like to grow it commercial basis . Where can I get its plants and technical support and its market opportunities. How much is the average land require for commercial purpose and how much shall we produce in one acre and what is its market price? anticipating your kind response. Puspa b Gurung

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kiran sigdel March 25, 2012 at 7:55 am

I am principal of “Chanakya open Public School-CPS” at Dahachok Kathmandu. Our local subject is studying a special package in Agriculture. They want to know more stevia about start to end for houshold purpose. Can u help us to know both in technical and economically sound knowldege for skill promotion.
Let me know details package in regards.
your
kiran sigdel

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April March 20, 2012 at 12:09 am

Hi, my mom and I are interested in growing this plant in the Philippines, is that possible? Can you send us seeds to grow on our own? How much does it cost?

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Linda March 19, 2012 at 7:22 am

Hi! am Linda from the Philippines. I like this plant and i want to cultivate this for my own consumption. I wish i could have a seed or a young plant to start my own garden. Thank you and more blessings to come. GOD BLESS..

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April March 20, 2012 at 12:09 am

Maam Linda, may seedlings kana po? Im April from Bukidnon, Mindanao.

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jugessur March 13, 2012 at 11:05 am

i have a blood sugar slightly above normal value.i am from mauritius and i want to know if it is possible to order stevia plants for my own use.thank you,

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Alam - +91 8976352031 March 14, 2012 at 5:20 pm

yes sure

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Raul Garron March 7, 2012 at 7:54 pm

Could you kindly provide us with World Production of Stevia by countries, and if possible with exports as well. Kind Regards,
Raul Garron

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Alam - +91 8976352031 March 10, 2012 at 5:55 am

Japan
china
germany
US
India

78% of market share of stevia sweetner used by Japan
55% of market stevia grower and exporter by china.
15 % grow,market,export by India

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Alam - +91 8976352031 March 5, 2012 at 7:40 am

EUREKA EUREKA Cure Diabetis with Stevia – Universally accepted Stevia zero calorie herbal powder . As per medical findings of our research team it acts as blood sagur normalizer as it stimulate Beta cells of Pancreas.It is 30 times sweeter than sugar.A great Suppliment for diabetic patient.
MRP : 99/- 100 Gms
http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in
Call Alam : 08976352031

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Om A Singh March 4, 2012 at 11:37 am

it is a great herb and I wonder why has it still not cought the imagination if the medical faternity

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Rebecca Williams February 27, 2012 at 10:09 pm

If we have truly have finally found a sweetener that is natural, safe, and 0 calorie, I will be so happy! I hope, HOPE, that something doesn’t come out later on about it being bad for us.

So far, I love it!

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 28, 2012 at 6:47 pm

to Rebecca W
it is used in praguay since last more than 2500 years check out with them.

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 23, 2012 at 3:54 pm

1Helps reduce blood pressure;
2.Control blood sugar levels, unlike sugarcane sugar does;
3.100% Natural Sweetener;

Steviol Glycosides

Advantages
This sweet plant is nutrient rich, containing substantial amounts of Protein, Calcium, Phosphorous, Sodium, Magnesium, Zinc, Rutin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and other nutrients, yet has no caloric value. It has proven beneficial for many when used as a dietary supplement. Studies have shown the following benefits from using Stevia in one’s diet:

•Helps reduce blood pressure;
•Control blood sugar levels, unlike sugarcane sugar does;
•100% Natural Sweetener;
•Non-fermentable, non-discoloring;
•Maintains heat stability at 95 °C and features a lengthy shelf life. Unlike artificial sweeteners, it doesn’t break down with heat, so you can learn to cook with it too.
•Natural Flavor enhancer;
•Acts as Plaque retardant Anti-caries and prevents cavities;
•Non-toxic extensively tested and used by humans with no adverse effects;
•It has an excellent healing capabilities without scarring if placed on a

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 23, 2012 at 3:53 pm

100% natural stevia, stevia liquid, stevia powder, stevia tablet:

1. Zero calorie natural sweetener
2. Zero calorie sweetener for bakery and confectioneries
3. Sweetener for diet beverages

Advantages:

• Highly purified & guaranteed to be free from any other synthetic sweetener.
•Guaranteed to be free from heavy metals & other toxic constituents.
•No residual solvent.
•Very low Ash content.
•No chemical modification & bleaching after extraction.

Applications:

1. Standalone Sweetener:

•Zero Calories.
•Have therapeutic properties.
•Compatible with all hot and cold beverages.
•Easy to formulate both as sachet, pill, liquid formulation.

2. In Foods:

•Has excellent compatibility with all dairy products.
•Does not impart any color or flavor to any food.
•Does not calamaris.
•Thermo suitable for baked and fried foods.

3. Beverages:

•Suitable for all type of diet beverages has stimulant properties.
•Stable not susceptible to oxidate loss.
•Clear and color less solution.
•Long Shelf Life even in liquid formulation.

4. In Pharmaceuticals:

•Can be used as Zero calorie sweetener for traditional medicine formulation.
•Can be used in OTC product like medicated toothpaste, mouthwashes, cough formulation,

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Imran Naveed Mughal February 19, 2012 at 5:44 pm

Mr. Alam and other suppliers , This is imran from Islamabad , Pakistan. I m interesting in commercial farming of stevia. Do u think the soil and climate here is suitable for this herb. U can check our weather from some online source also but i can tell u that we have a long summer and the temperature can go around 40 Celcuis. and also can touch 45 , 48 centigrade in extreme summer. Can it survive our summer and also tell me if it more convenient to order seeds than the baby plants in this part of the world and also if the seeds grow as good as plants.
Tel # +92514851527 , Cell # +92 3215066995.
Would be really thankful if u can find time to provide me with the required information.
Imran N Mughal.

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 20, 2012 at 11:40 am

Dear Imran,

Weather are perfect no worry about summer, only precautions you need to take watering 3-4 times a day and in winter 1-2 times a day thats it otherwise there is no harm in summer season.As these plants are herbs so they need grow in dry weather or atmosphere only to much of water is bad for Stevia.
Stevia Seeds : as per my experience seeds take more time around 3 -4 months to germinate out of 100 only 50-60 seeds will servive and it take longer time to harvest.whereas
plants take 3 months to harvest in year 4 times. So anuual grown will be 3000 KG appx.

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Mark L Cassidy III February 12, 2012 at 6:48 pm

Oops almost forgot, this system uses 90% less water than open farming.

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 18, 2012 at 7:48 am

We provide Stevia plants , Stevia Dry leaves , Stevia powder , Stevia Liquid , Stevia – stevioside ( processed white powder extracted from stevia leaves ) , tablets , sachets ,..
We are one of the leading supplier of stevia in Cannada,South Africa,Gulf countires,Maldivies,Malaysia,thialand ……..
Kindly contact us for pure stevia.

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anthony March 22, 2012 at 12:17 pm

sono Anthony da Caserta Italy,quanto costano a piantina se me le potete spedire.ho un’azienda agricola che vorrei fare un esperimento sul mio terreno grazie a presto

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Attilio Azzolini September 9, 2012 at 5:58 am

Ci può contattare http://Www.piantestevia.it

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MANOGARAN VELLAYAN June 2, 2012 at 5:43 pm

Hi Alam
Please give me contact in Malaysia whom I can buy your product stevia powder and liquid.
Thank you.
Mano
manov29@gmail.com

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Mark L Cassidy III February 12, 2012 at 6:38 pm

We can grow 14.5 + acres of Stevia on one acre of land or parking, lot, rooftop, warehouse. this technolgy is about 45 years old but we have taken it to a different level come visit us and make money

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Mark L Cassidy III February 12, 2012 at 6:39 pm

aeroponicfarmkit.com

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sandeep s haral February 9, 2012 at 4:26 pm

sir,
i am interested for stevia please give me address from maharashtra where farm is located.

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sandeep s haral February 9, 2012 at 4:28 pm

i waaant to visit that place…please

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 18, 2012 at 7:56 am

Kindly visit our farm @
We have 20 Acre in mumbai ,India plantation of Stevia.
70 acre in Pune ,India
120 acre in M.P ,India
500 Acre in U.P ,India
Distributor and Wholesalors welcome…………….. for Pure stevia plants , Leaves , powder,Steviosides products like tablets ,powder,sachets…. All kind of business retated to stevia contact me.
Facebook page : Sugarfree – Zerocalories

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 11, 2012 at 10:39 am

stevia diabetic free sugar

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Kailash Shah February 3, 2012 at 9:05 am

Dear Sir
I want to grow stevia for commercial purpose pls guide to how can manage
Our land is in Himatnagar Gujarat India

Regards

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Tapas Palit February 15, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Dear Sir,
I’m Just want to know that if I planted The stevia in a tob, then how much the life period would it been.
Thanks & Regards

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:29 pm

please visit our website for further information regarding commercial stevia cultivation.
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Meyer-Bowing January 29, 2012 at 4:41 pm

Hello, I am an organic grower in North Germany, 140 ha, no livestock. With 2 partners, I intend to start an organic-farming business in Russia, Kaliningrad Oblast, in 2012 we want to start with 400 ha, within 4-5 years we want to come up to 2.000 ha. Stevia: What about growing Organic Stevia in Africa South Sudan ? Climate and soil ok ? Farmland to rent or buy for small money ? Plants avaiable ? Harvest to sell to India ? Please email soon. I want to come to the BioFach Fair on Feb 16th 2012 and look for new contacts and more. Thank you.

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Juan Gonzalez February 8, 2012 at 3:31 pm

In reply to your questionabout buying and renting land to grow Stivia I have 100 Ha of land in Panama suitable for agriculture of this plant. You can review the land site in the WEB maps. The land is located about 10Km east of the touwn of San Francisco, in the province/state of Veraguas in the Republic of Panama. The land has two accesible roads in the front and back, there is a constant water supply via a creek that runs through the land and a water well. There is also a fluent river about 1 Km from the land. Electricity is also available. The climate in Veraguas is warm with a temperature of about 60-85 degrees most of the year with seasonal rains. If you are interested in buying, I’m selling the land for $2 USD, per square meter and I will consider a reasonable offer. Should you be intersted please call me at 832-888-9447 in the USA, or via this Email. Currently, I’m using the land for citrus growing.
Regards
JG

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Ariana March 20, 2012 at 2:56 am

Hi Juan Gonzales,
I am from Brasil and I live in a farm in Panama, I am interesting in planting some stevia and see if grows well in my area.
Could you give me some informacion about the stevia? Where to find seeds or seedling? How is the market in Panama?
What is the tips of citrus?
My farm is in Costa Abajo, Provincia the Colon. We have a beautiful view for the Gatun lake.
Where are you from?

Thank you,
Regards

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Paul Gitta February 9, 2013 at 9:14 am

Hello,
we are opening up 10 acres and more to grow Stevia in Uganda. Can we work with you for the market and may be this can give you some pointers on how and where to invest in here?
Paul

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Ebrah December 21, 2013 at 6:21 pm

Hello Mr Gitta

How do we get hold of planing material here in Uganda? We would like to venture into Stevia cultivation

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jagadeesan January 28, 2012 at 6:10 pm

I am interested in cultivating Stevia in tamail nadu,India. Could you pl guide on where can I get more info on stevia cultivation?
if u know ply mail me at jagabtechit@gmail.com call at:: 9894428489

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DIANA Mayer January 31, 2012 at 4:20 pm

Hi jagadeesan,
I found for you some informations here : http://www.agriseek.com/market/p/Herb-Stevia-Crops.htm

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Abaan India February 7, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Surely, we will help you and guide visit http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in

We have started Stevia Herbal hair Shampoo & Hair tonic Manufacturing in sachet for distributions ,,, distributor,wholesale are welcome
Mumbai,maharashtra, abaanindia@gmail.com
Mobile :- +91 9172068059

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Ahmed S Huq January 27, 2012 at 6:57 pm

I found here Mr. Alam’s suggestions are too much helpful for stevia cultivation. Other suggestions are not complete. If Mr. Alam write more on processing in industry base, that will be more helpful for those peoples who are asking here about big agricultivation farm.

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Abaan India February 7, 2012 at 1:14 pm

We have also started stevia Herbal hair shampoo & hair tonic too

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 9, 2012 at 9:21 am

Processing units are available,we can supply you that also in affordable price. We are expert in setting up processing of stevioside extraction plants in any countries.Our major clients in south African countires,Asain countires ..
we also provide filling & sealing machines and other packaging machines.
We aslo provide Reb-A,Stevioside powder +, Tablets,sachets. We provide private label option too.

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 20, 2012 at 2:08 pm

Processing units for Stevia :- Can have machine which convert stevia dry leaves into powder.
Extraction units which extract steviosides from leaves or green powder.
Packaging machines which pack into bottles , sachets and others.
Liquid extraction units for large scale.
Web: http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in
Facebook: Sugarfree – Zerocalories or Abaan Pharmaceuticals

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Alam - +91 8976352031 February 20, 2012 at 2:11 pm

Now if you looking for your own brand ,We provide private labelling also.

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Bishnu Prasad Adhikari, MBA April 19, 2012 at 7:06 am

Dear Alam,

I am basically from Nepal & graduated from Bangalore, India. At present I am working in a financial sector in Nepal. Now I am highly motivated in the agricultural sector whereby I don’t have any knowledge about this sector. However I am a plant loving. Agriculture field has a vast sector on that I have chosen STEVIA. I would like to know about the turnover in 1 hectere as well as the total investment on that. Buy-back guarantee for 5 years is a added advantage, is it valid for Nepal. If yes, what is the procedure for agreements. I look forward to your suggestions on above mention areas.

Cordially,
BPA

Amal Wimalasena April 24, 2013 at 5:55 am

Gentlemen,

We Daya Group of Companies are a major business group in Sri Lanka.

We are looking at stevia as product with good potential.

Please send us a quotation for

Stevioside 90% : based on 1000kg , usd ???/kg , FOB port of your choice
Rebaudioside-A 40% : based on 1000kg , usd ???/kg, FOB port of your choic
Rebaudioside-A 99% : based on 1000kg , usd ???/kg, FOB port of your choice
Packing : Please give details

Is supply under our label possible – without any reference to producer,packer and source country?

Thanking you for and early reply

Amal Wimalasena
Consultant, Business Development

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Rainman January 27, 2012 at 5:20 am

are there stevia plants available in Cambodia?

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John G. Barresi January 23, 2012 at 1:08 pm

Hi, I am from USA and i have just moved to the Philippines and i am thinking of growing Stevie here can you please tell me the ins and outs of this here in the Philippines . . . I am trying to grow from seeds but haven’t had any luck yet how long dose it take for the seed to break soil . . . One last thing how to get starter plants here . . .

Thank you,
John G. Barresi

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c gangadhara reddy January 23, 2012 at 11:51 am

in what temparature stevia grownup,what is periad of stevia plant to harwest, where we market it

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 25, 2012 at 3:37 am

15 degree – 45 degree ,every 3 months (300 kg dry leaves ) if you sow plants roots,seeds takes 5-6 months,4 times in a year you can harvest,you can sell us.

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Kiryor tenai January 8, 2012 at 5:31 pm

I am in eldoret how can i grow stevia

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Pramod Kr. Singh January 16, 2012 at 2:41 pm

Needs to tell me where you r living ?
It is growing at hill where the Temp. is between /below 20 C

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chintan patel January 7, 2012 at 6:29 am

i m leave in ahmedabad n i wanna grow the stavia at my farm in village so can any one info me from where i can get the been or baby plant near by ahmedabad????

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 12, 2012 at 7:15 am

40000 plant / 1 acre
from mumbai can supply to your place.

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Jivraj Parmar January 2, 2012 at 11:40 am

i am farmer at Jamnagar dist. have two farm of two acre each.
kindly advise me for following;
[1] from where i can get plats in gujarat or near by and what rate?
[2]growing method and seasons[
[3] cultivation perode , system ,care
[4]product market and price
[5]varios products

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:40 pm

Kindly visit our website for further info:
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Ron Swan December 29, 2011 at 10:52 am

Very informative…thanks for the information

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shivareddy December 28, 2011 at 1:54 pm

I Am interested in stevia My Place Bangalore Cell +919945590904

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:40 pm

Dear Sir,
please visit our website for further info:
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Garba Halilu December 17, 2011 at 8:06 am

please i am very interested in growing stevia. i am a full time farmer in northern nigeria with three climatic changes namely rainy season cold harmattan season and hot season. i need the seeds not the seedlings as it may not be very possible to ship it here due to the distance and other factors for the haulage. please asssist urgently

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 12, 2012 at 7:22 am

plants can be shipped as seeds are failure in giving good roots and steviosides.

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alam December 15, 2011 at 1:01 pm

Medicinal Properties of Stevia
Stevia is versatile herb with incredible sweetness that can be safely used in herbal medicines; tonics for diabetic patients and
also in the daily usage products, Stevia leaves can be used because of its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial property. Mild stevia
leaf tea offers excellent relief for an upset stomach.
A wet Stevia leaf bag provides a cooling effect on eyes (similar to using cucumber). The leaves effectively tighten the skin
and are good for wrinkles. Stevia has proved to give exceptional benefits when used regularly in skin care. It also has a
healing effect on blemishes, wounds, cuts and scratches.
Stevia is helpful in weight and blood pressure management. It has also been reported that stevia lowers incident of colds and
flu.
Commercial Cultivation
You need not be a South American farmer to be a successful Stevia grower. A short day plant, it only researches a height of
45 cm in three months. The concentration of Stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increases when the plants are grown under
long day condition.
Stevia grows best in upland areas in sub-tropical climate. In other places it can be grown as an annual. The plant prefers a
lightly textured, well-drained soil to which organic matter has been added. It needs ample water so that the soil is
consistently moist, but not wet. In hot, sunny climates it will do best in semi-shade. Propagation is from seed sown in spring,
but germination rates can be low-expect half the seeds sown not to germinate. Plant seedlings out once all danger of frost is
over. Leaves are best harvested just before flowering. The plants will also grow from cuttings, which are best taken in late
winter.
The concentration of stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increasing when the plants are grown under long day condition.
While, cultivating stevia on a large scale, it can be grown in well-drained red soil and sandy loam soil. The soil should be in
the pH range of 6.5-7.5. Saline soils should be avoided to cultivate this plant.
Stevia can be successfully cultivated al l around the year all over India expect the areas, which receive snowfall, or
temperatures go below 5 degree celcius in winter. The summer temperatures actually do not affect this plant if the high
summer temperatures have already been factored in the cult ivation practices.
Since seed germination rate is very poor, it is propagated vegetatively. Though stem cuttings are used for vegetative tissue
culture plants have proven to be the best planting material for Stevia. Tissue culture plants of Stevia are genetically pure,
free from pathogens and have excellent vigour. The tissue culture plants can be planted throughout the year, expect during
peak summer. An ideal planting density is 30,000 plants per acre with spacing of 25×40 cm in a raised bed system. The soil
can be enriched with a basal dressing of 25 tons of well rotten farmyard manure/hectare.
Land preparation
Land should be ploughed initially with a disc plough or harrowed to break down the colds. Fine tilth is required. One to two
times ploughing has to be done after harrowing. Around 25 MT of FYM/Ac has to be applied as a basal dressing during the
last ploughing to incorporate the manure with soil.
Soil Type
Stevia requires very good drainage any soil that retain the moisture for very long period of time are unsuitable for Stevia
cultivation and should be religiously avoided. Similarly black cotton soils with very heavy clay content should also be
avoided. It is mandatory that before planting, each and every soil sample should be properly tested and analyzed by an
expert. Red soil and sandy loam with a 6-7 pH are best for the cultivation of Stevia.
Raised bed preparation
Forming raised beds is the most economical way to grow Stevia. The raised bed should be of 15 cm in height and 60 cm in
width. The distance between each plant 23 cm. This would give a plant population of around 30,000 per acre.
Planting
Stevia can be planted in many ways. The types of agronomic practices generally depend on type of soil and climate
conditions. Generally it is advisable to plant minimum of 40,000 plants per acre. Since the economical part is the leaves it is
very important to achieve highest vegetative growth.
Planting Material
There are basically two options for multiplication. The first is the tissue culture and second the stem cutting. Tissue culture
is the best option but many farmers are tempted to try the stem cutting method for multiplication. As per practical
experience, stem cutting is sometimes more expensive to produce than the tissue culture since the success rat e of the stem
cuttings establishment is very low, it takes minimum of 25 weeks for the stem cutting to develop in proper feeding roots for
transplantation (younger stem cuttings transplants have shown more than 50% mortality in first few weeks of transplants in
main field). It is also noticed that Stevioside content of the stem cutting plants is lower by at least cutting plants is lower by
at least 2% points in Indian conditions.
Plant Varieties
There are about 90 varieties of stevia rebaudiana developed all around the world. Basically all these varieties have been
developed for different climate requirements, many times these varieties perform strangely in different climate conditions.
At the end of the day, just like sugarcane, it is the stevioside and rebaudioside content in the Stevia leaves that determine the
price and marketability of Stevia leaves. In many causes in south India it was observes that stevioside content was as low as
3.5%, which was below the minimum market requirement of 9%. Hence it becomes imperative that the grower selects
proper varieties with adequate guarantees from the planting material suppliers about minimum assured stevioside and
rebaudioside contents.
Irrigation
Stevia requires ample supply of good water all year around. As the plant cannot tolerate drought, frequent irrigation is
required Micro sprinklers are the best method of irrigation would not supply the required amount of water at the right time.
So through micro sprinklers, the water can be sprinklers, the water can be sprinkled once in a day in winter and two to four
times in a day in summer depending upon the heat and relative humidity in the air. Watering frequency should be scheduled
so that the plants do no wilt for want of water.
Fertilizer application
The recommended dose of fertilizer is 110:45:45 NPK/ac. This requires 4½ bags of urea, 2 bags of DAP and 2 bags of
Potash. The entire dose of DAP is applied as the basal dressing. The Nitrogen and Potash fertilizer can be split and applied
as 10 doses in every month. Nitrogen application is a must for the production of dry matters.
Plant protection
Organic gardeners in particular should find stevia an ideal addition to their yield. Though nontoxic, stevia plants have been
found to have insect-repelling tendencies. Their very sweetness, in fact, may be a kind of natural defense mechanism against
aphids and other bugs that find it not to their taste. Perhaps that’s why crop-devouring grasshoppers have been reported to
bypass stevia under cultivation. In case any disease symptoms are noticed, spraying of neem oil diluted in water is the best
organic method.
Weeding
Removal of weeds can be done manually. Since the crop is grown in raised beds, intercultural operations are easier by
manual labour.
Maintenance
Stevia plants do best in a rich, loamy soil-the same kind in which common garden-variety plants thrive. Since the feeder
roots tend to be quite near the surface, it is good idea to add compost for extra nutrients if the soil in your area is sandy.
Besides being sensitive to cold during their development stage, the roots can be also be adversely affected by excessive
levels of moisture. So take care not to over-water them and to make sure the soil in which they are planted drains easily and
isn’t soggy or subject to flooding.
Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months. Adding a layer of compost or your favourite mulch
around each Stevia plant will help keep the shallow feeder roots from drying out.
Stevia plants respond well to fertilizers with lower nitrogen content than the fertilizer’s phosphoric acid or potash content.
Most organic fertilizers would work well, since they release nitrogen slowly.
Flowering of the plant should be avoided. Since Stevia has a significant apical dominance, the plant tends to grow tall and
lanky. Pinching of the apical bud would enhance bushy growth of the plant with side branches.
Harvesting
Depending on climate conditions one can achieve the yields of 2000-4000 Kilos in three to six harvests annually. Another
important aspect of harvesting is the timing of harvest. It should be noted that at no point of time plants should be allowed to
flower since after flowering the Stevioside percentage goes down rapidly and leaves are rendered unmarketable. Leaves are
harvested by plucking in a small quantity, or the entire plant with the side branches is cut leaving 10 to 15 cm from the base.
The first harvesting can be done four to five months after planting. Subsequent harvesting can be done every three months,
for three consecutive years. The sweetener in the leaf is maximum till the plant flowers. Just before flowering, the plant
should be cut completely leaving 10 cm from the ground. The new flush of leaves will sprout from here. The new plant will
be ready for harvest again in three months. The plant yields around 3000 kg of dried leaves from an acre of plantation every
year. Harvesting should be done as late as possible, since cool autumn temperatures and shorter days tend to intensify the
sweetness of the plants as they evolve into a reproductive state.
Unlocking the sweetness in your harvest
Once all leaves have been harvested it’s required to dry them. This can be accomplished on a net. The drying process is not
one that requires excessive heat; more important is good air circulat ion. On a moderately warm fall day, stevia crop can be
quick dried in the full sun in about 12 hours. (Drying times longer than that will lower the stevioside content of the final
product.)
Crushing the dried leaves is the final step in releasing stevia’s sweetening power. The dried leaves are powdered, sieved and
the fine powder is stored in containers. This can be done either by hand or, for greater effect, in a coffee grinder or in a
special blender for herbs.
Fresh Stevia leaves
This form of stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a stevia plant and chewed will impart
an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while. For stevia to have a more practical
application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste
even more potent.
Dried leaves
For more of the flavour and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried
leaf is considerably sweetener than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.
Stevia extracts
The form in which Stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that of a white powdered extract. In this form it is
approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight). This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides
(natural sweetening agents) in the Stevia leaf.
Not all Stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely
depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely
sweet, it is always recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be
stored in the refrigerator.
Liquid concentrates
These come in several forms. There’s a syrup black liquid (that result from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance
the flavour of many foods. Steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol makes another type.

We deal with stevia plants any quantity,stevia powder,stevia dry leaves,stevia tablets,stevia powder, zerocalorie our brand ,we also prepare private labelling or contract manufactring.For further information contact me +91 8976352031 or E-mail :- abaanpharma@yahoo.com

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loida May 21, 2012 at 12:48 pm

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these knowledge in my e mail.thank u very much

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Nick December 14, 2011 at 5:29 am

I would like to grow coffee in Pennsylvania, USA Can anyone tell me if they know of a winter hardy coffee tree that can be purchased for planting in my area?

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Nick December 14, 2011 at 5:30 am

no

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nikunj December 12, 2011 at 4:56 am

i want to stevia plant please tell me the plant in gujarat

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Maymee December 13, 2011 at 11:47 pm

The botanical name is Piqueria trinervia or may be known as Piqueria serrata by nurserymen.

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alam December 15, 2011 at 1:05 pm

we can supply from mumbai .For one acre 40000 plants is used.one plants cost 2. 20 rupees / plants

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s.krishnamurthy December 3, 2011 at 3:10 am

we are interested ro buy stevia plants, any body help us to secure, please reply to my email, thanks
warm regards
s.krishnamurthy
bangalore, karnataka, india
email: naidusin@yahoo.com

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Dinesh December 6, 2011 at 10:25 am

Dear Sir

Please tell me exactly how many stevia plants you required..?

I can arrange the plants within short period.

with regards
Dineshh,

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S.KRISHNAMURTHY December 9, 2011 at 3:00 am

we want to plant in 5 acers land baby stevia plants. please letus know your price per bay stevia plant. letus know how many baby stevia plants required for 5 acers land. we are bangalore based. cultvation will be made near bangalore, karnataka,INDIA
regards
s.krishnamurthy
BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA
naisdusin@yahoo.com

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alam December 15, 2011 at 1:06 pm

2.50 paise per plants

Alam
08976352031

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Madhavi January 12, 2012 at 11:04 am

Hello Sir,
We want to cultivate stevia on a large scale .Give me some suggestion regarding the stevia plant.How can we get the stevia seeds or plants. Gives us some details. We are from Andhra Pradesh,Hyderabad is the climate in hyderabad suitable for the cultivation of stevia.

Paul February 7, 2012 at 4:28 pm

Can i use stevia to cook my cakes? And how?

http://www.agriseek.com/market/p/Herb-Stevia-Crops.htm

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Paul February 7, 2012 at 4:31 pm
Alam +91 08976352031 January 4, 2012 at 11:49 am

you can read all detail on our website http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in if you want plants for cultivation kindly mail me further.

These plants which are planted on farm grows within 3 months hence you can do 4 harvesting in a year.only once you need to buy a plants

that it will regrow again and again till seven years. Acre/40000 plants required.

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senthil February 24, 2012 at 10:03 am

Hi,
How to sell the stevia leafs & what will be the margin profit from 1 acre / 1 year.

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Suwarna March 22, 2012 at 4:42 pm

Dear Mr. Krishnamurthy
please visit our website for further info:
http://www.greenrevagro.com

Team – GRAPL

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Catarina A P Castro December 1, 2011 at 12:30 am

I would like to produce Stevia in Portugal.
Would like to know everything:
where to buy plants, how much they cost, what time is going to prepare the ground, which do, how to automate this culture, how many crops a year I have (may be third in South America, here in Portugal I do not know) I’ve seen several versions, I’ve read lots of articles, have micro-climate, with maximum temperatures in the fall of 0 degrees in the winter of -5 to 80 to 10 degrees and average temperatures of 25 degrees until the spring of 25 to 44 degrees in summer.
Soil: schist, slate stone, slough, very fertile, clay (very-heavy clay) and sandy.
I can produce stevia and want to do it this year. I wonder production costs and profitability per hectare (their average). Then I would like to know if it is more profitable to sell the leaves green or after I establish myself as a farmer to make his transformation ….) Question … but I am so convinced by what I read seems interesting to establish myself with stevia and produce farmer.
What do you say?
Sound good?

Catherine P. Castro

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Manuel de Sousa February 20, 2012 at 6:11 pm

Hello,

I am also interested in growing Stevia in Portugal.

Please contact me to talk about your requirements and how far you have managed to get.

Best regards,
Com os melhores comprimentos

J de Sousa

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chandra January 17, 2014 at 1:44 am

just visit my website and mail me at marketing@seribubio.com.
you will get all your answers.

Thank You

chandra r

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Catarina A P Castro December 1, 2011 at 12:29 am

Gostaria de produzir Stevia em Portugal.
Gostaria de Saber tudo:
onde se compram as plantas, quanto custam, em que época é vou preparar terreno, o que fazer, como se mecanizar esta cultura, quantas colheitas por ano vou ter (podem ser 3 na américa do Sul, aqui em Portugal, não sei), já vi várias versões, já li imensas artigos, tenho micro clima, com temperaturas máximas no outono de 0 graus no inverno de -5 até 8 a 10 graus e de temperaturas médias de primavera de 25 graus até entre 25 a 44 graus no verão.
Solo: xistoso, com pedras de xisto, lameiro, muito fertil, barro ( muito barro- intenso) e arenoso.
posso produzir stevia e quero fazê-lo ainda este ano. Gostaria de saber custos de produção e rentabilidade por Hectare ( a sua média). Gostaria depois de saber se é mais rentável vender as folhas em verde ou depois de me estabelecer como agricultora fazer eu própria sua tranformação….) tanta pergunta…mas estou convencida pelo que leio que me parece interessante estabelecer-me com agricultora e produzir stevia.
Que me diz?
Parece-lhe bem?

Catarina P. Castro

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Cristina February 12, 2012 at 10:02 am

E nos Açores acha que o clima é apropriado?

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Nick Papas October 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm

We can supply people that are intersted with hi quality stevia plants with glucosides that can reach up to 21%. Please visit our site at http://www.eurostevia.eu. Please contact us for details.

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Chef Weil November 27, 2011 at 3:12 am

It is a wonderful thing to see so many people getting interested into Stevia growth and research. As Chef/Research Gardeners, we have just done our first year research into the growth and full utilization of this plant. We had one plant that we quickly split into to two, as simply stated above. We fully utilized the leaves and some of the stems throughout the year for alternative sweetener. In our greenhouse, we were able to allow the two plants to grow until late October in the the Midwest growing regions. That was about almost eight months of successful growth from two substantial plants.
We harvested the seeds and wish to see what activity we can gain from that seed harvest. If it is less than 10% than we will document and take note of what works, and what does not work in the subject environments. There about 2,000 seeds from the two small plants so we have plenty of culture test with modules to work with.
To those of you overseas, we will inquire to make sure that you will be provided with the same research modules and test subjects to work with as well.

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Deborah October 20, 2011 at 6:49 pm

I came to this website to learn how to harvest my stevia plants. I am growing 3 plants, in a hydroponic garden (working on a blogspot hydroponically yours) The weather here in FL has just brought us a few cool days, but it will heat up again. I will cut the plants back to 4-5 inches to get another growing season, but right now they are no where near big enough, although it seems like they are trying to flower. I did not see any mention of the flowers.

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Jamaliah Baba October 19, 2011 at 8:22 pm

As a cooperative (Kowaris), we develop KoWORK, a place where member communities can “drop-in, do work and get paid” for stevia post-harvest processing. Products are “greendust, in the raw, no-blend sweetener”, to be used in recipes for food and beverages, cosmetics and health-related, based on training and coaching at Akademi Stevia Kowaris (ASK), which are then pushed in the market.
We have identified three KoWORK centres, one each in KL, JB and Rembau and by end of year will have two more add-ons, Insya Allah.
We work with farmers and garden growers of Stevia and Roselle respectively, and, after Malaysia, we plan to develop KoWORK in other places as activities for communities. We welcome you to join us in Kowaris Annual Help & Fund Initiative (Kahfi). Interested, please follow http://www.facebook.com/groups/stevia.sweet.life22/.
thank you.

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Fisal Haji Mohamad October 16, 2011 at 4:20 pm

It’s Kuala Lumpur timeline at 8.00 pm when you’ll see my comment appears at 4.17 pm (US time, not sure East/West time line)

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Fisal Haji Mohamad October 16, 2011 at 4:17 pm

The Halfest (Halal fiesta) Malaysia has just ended at 8.00 pm just now, and I observed that only one under Megaherbs Bioextremes put on with the fresh stevia plant at their booth. Some others have their stevia products whether in liquid/powdered form and/or liquid based products. Anyone interested, please search for Megaherbs Bioextremes for details.

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Md. Zakaria October 16, 2011 at 9:56 am

I would like to know the modern cultivation technique of Stevia for Bangladesh.

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Jayaruwan Bandara October 14, 2011 at 4:24 pm

I would like to cultivate Stevia Please Be kind enough to help me to by plants and coltivate

Thank you;
Dr Jayaruwan

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alam December 15, 2011 at 1:07 pm

we are ready to support you

Alam
08976352031

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Jayaruwan Bandara October 14, 2011 at 4:16 pm

I would like to cultivate Stevia Please Be kind enough to help me

Thank you;
Dr Jayaruwan

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yvan November 11, 2011 at 8:32 am

Dr,
please send me a mail about questions of the stevia plant/culture
yvan

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 4, 2012 at 11:53 am

you can read all detail on our website http://www.zerocalories.promarket.in if you want plants for cultivation kindly mail me further.

These plants which are planted on farm grows within 3 months hence you can do 4 harvesting in a year.only once you need to buy a plants

that it will regrow again and again till seven years. Acre/40000 plants required.
Re: Stevia: Mail us on abaanpharma@yahoo.com or follow us on facebook : sugarfree – zerocalories / Abaan pharmaceuticals

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r.varadharajan October 12, 2011 at 1:42 pm

sir,

i want stevia plant life…

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alam December 15, 2011 at 1:10 pm

You can grow same plant till 7 years. every time when cut a plant leave 10 cm stem attached to farm it will regrow .

Alam
08976352031

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sudhakar reddy October 12, 2011 at 10:17 am

where i can purchase seeds of stevia near vijayawada,india.

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mallikarjun October 14, 2011 at 5:43 am

hi sudhakar,
u can contact me for stevia. I am from Nellore

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Crispus N M November 16, 2011 at 6:58 pm

I am an east african (kenyan) with passion to start growing stevia. I however regret that stevia is nonexistent here. What is the best way to acquire the seedlings? How much will it cost?

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Krishna November 20, 2012 at 5:03 am

Hi,

I am from vijaywada, I am looking for stevia plants and want to visit stevia farms if any in andhra. Please help

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Avinash Pantmirashi November 15, 2011 at 5:48 am

Dear Sudhakar Reddy,
I have complete knowledge about plantation of Stevia and products made from Stevia. My phone no. is 9223538394. So do contact me on my mobile no.

Best Regards,
Avinash Pantmirashi

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S.P.Saxena November 27, 2011 at 2:26 pm

I have a 4 acre farm near Rampur UP.The land is situated near a river .we are growing wheat and paddy right now.I want to explore growing Stevia in the farm.Can you please let me know what are the land suitability parameters and if I can grow Stevia in it.The maximum and min ambient temperature are 4 DegC and 44Deg C.Rain fall is average.However during rainy season river floods for 3-4 months hence farm is available for cultivation for 8-9 months a year.Pl suggest.

regds

S.P.Saxena. mail: fluidcon.boilers@gmail.com
phone 09810313493

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Dinesh December 6, 2011 at 10:28 am

Dear Sir

Please tell me exactly how many stevia plants you required..?

I can arrange the plants within short period.a

with regards
Dineshh,

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sahani December 28, 2011 at 5:31 am

sir
what is the rate per baby plant and in one acre how much it is required
what it time period harvestation
pls advise me i am from mumbai if planted in industrial belt wada what is result pls let me know
regards
H Sahani
cell 9821084265

naveen reddy December 12, 2011 at 4:13 am

Dear Avinash,

Please send complete details about plantation of Stevia and products made from Stevia. My phone no. is 8978970129.

thanks,
naveen reddy
hyderabad

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avinash November 17, 2011 at 9:45 am

please contect me mr. reddy for any stevia problem sales/purchase of stevia. my no. is 09223538394

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Dinesh December 6, 2011 at 10:22 am

Hi please send me your requirement to my mail id.I can help you.

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:12 pm

stevia seeds are failure in germination.kindly directly plant it. 1 acre/ 40000 plants.

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joy October 10, 2011 at 12:04 pm

where i could buy stevia plant here in the Philippines???

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kath October 17, 2011 at 3:09 pm

Hi Joy! I’m sure you can buy one in burnham park in baguio city. I bought one last april near the skating rink. It is possible though that it is also sold in other areas.

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yewgotme January 31, 2012 at 6:07 am

try culinary herb garden in tanay rizal you can have different variety of herbs available
follow this link for more info;
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Culinary-Herbs-Garden/222358531140649?sk=info

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Susan Alarca October 10, 2011 at 4:38 am

Please email me where can i buy stevia plant here in Vancouver, BC. Thanks asap really appreciated..

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Isagani P. Gervacio October 9, 2011 at 12:58 pm

I am very much interested to grow stevia for my personal use. Where can I buy this plant in the Philippines?

Thanks so much,

Gani

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kath October 17, 2011 at 3:12 pm

Hi! I bought my stevia plant near the skating rink of burnham park, baguio city last april. You might try checking it there, hopefully they still have it

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yewgotme January 31, 2012 at 6:08 am

you can buy it here; follow this link for more info
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Culinary-Herbs-Garden/222358531140649?sk=info

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ROGER October 7, 2011 at 11:13 am

WERE CAN I BUY STEVIA PLANTS LOCAL I DO NOT LIKE USING VISA OVER THE INTERNET DO YOU HAVE THE PRODUCT HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES

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maliha khan October 6, 2011 at 3:38 pm

how can i get stevia plant from bangladesh?and what is the address?please let me know?

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Rajab ali October 9, 2011 at 5:56 pm

Dear , u can Contact with me,

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forhad ahmed October 13, 2011 at 4:55 pm

i invaite u to bangladesh

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 4, 2012 at 11:56 am

i can supply you from india.

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Bishnu Prasad Adhikari, MBA April 19, 2012 at 8:15 am

Dear Alam,
Can it be possible to supply Nepal.

Regards,
bishnuprasad.adhikari@gmail.com

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pradeep narware October 2, 2011 at 6:04 pm

dear sir me stiviya plant ke bare me all jankari chahta hu aur iske liye kis prakar ke climet ki avashakata hoti hai wo bhi jankari chaiye

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:14 pm

NO. red soil , PH 6.5-7.5 , normal climate 1 acre/ 40000 plants .

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Rahab Ngeru October 1, 2011 at 12:24 pm

I am very interested in growing stevia for commercial purpose and i need more information on where to get the seeds in Kenya,how to grow it,and the market.kindly help.

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Enrico Magtibay September 30, 2011 at 2:13 am

Hello I would like to know if there are any stevia plants for sale here in the Philippines.

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Dave Ryan October 1, 2011 at 9:53 pm

Department of griculture in Bicol region, Bureao of Ag. Research. I do not have ph. # Just read article dated June 2011 they are trying to establish farms in the Philippines.

Good luck

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ROGER October 7, 2011 at 11:09 am

DID THEY TELL YOU WERE THE STEVIA PLANTS ARE SOLD IN THE PHILIPPINES, I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR THESE PLANTS .

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Notecnirp October 10, 2011 at 10:12 am

If you’e looking for a small plant already here is a small plant being sold at SM Makati fo P80. But I don’t know for seeds

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yewgotme January 31, 2012 at 6:09 am

it is available in tanay rizal heres the website for more info;
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Culinary-Herbs-Garden/222358531140649?sk=info

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Aj Alzate September 29, 2011 at 1:27 pm

Hi there,

This very interesting. I just want to know if you have local distributor here in the Philippines?

Thank you

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kushal jain September 24, 2011 at 9:51 am

Hello,I want to know the price per Kilogram of Steivia dry leaves and where to sell it?

Regards,
Kushal Jain,
09420212105

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Dr. shivraj Deshmukh September 27, 2011 at 7:28 am

Rate of stevia

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:16 pm

50-100/ kg depends on quality of stevia.

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kushal jain September 24, 2011 at 9:49 am

hello,I want to know the rate of Steivia dry leaves per kilogram

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Avinash Pantmirashi November 15, 2011 at 5:58 am

dear sir the rate of dry stevia is rs.125/ p. kg. whenver you want you will get it. for contect 09223538394

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dhara September 17, 2011 at 2:55 pm

i m first year student studing FY ITM in semcom nd we want to do some work on this plantation can u help me

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Avinash Pantmirashi November 15, 2011 at 6:01 am

yes, mr. dhara any kind of help plese feel free to contect me 09223538394

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jaydeep September 17, 2011 at 7:50 am

It’s a great site AND Yes you have unique information then others. I like it. Keep ti up.

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Subella September 12, 2011 at 10:15 pm

PLEASE, EVERYONE ! Use your Search Engine to find Stevia info in your own language. This is how I am teaching myself about Stevia. The owner of this site does not have the time to teach everyone how to grow Stevia in their own country.
Be a pioneer. Thank you.

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Subella September 12, 2011 at 9:56 pm

PLEASE, EVERYONE, Go to websites about Stevia growing. Find them on your Search Engine. This is what I am doing – teaching myself to look after my Stevia plant and growing in knowledge of Stevia.
The kind person who owns this site does not have the time to teach everybody in every country how to grow and market Stevia in their area. Thank you.

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farooq ahmed September 10, 2011 at 1:47 pm

i want details of stevia plant, i want to plant in my 2.5 accer land in rr dist kindly send me full details about stevia cultivant

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Amit kumar singh September 16, 2011 at 12:43 pm

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

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Nishant Sharma December 29, 2011 at 4:45 am

Hi, May i know that basically when this crop can be harvested and I.e after how many weeks it is OK to sale.
And where is the basic Market for this and what price it can give to us at the time of sale…

Regards,
Nishant Sharma

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Nazar Mohuiddin September 16, 2011 at 6:05 pm

ASSALMOALIKUM Slr,Your location were you cultivate stevia,and your climate condation, you will get full infromation about,stevia plant. ThankYou.

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yousuf September 19, 2011 at 4:03 pm

pls let me how to maintain steviafarm and what climte it need

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yousuf September 19, 2011 at 4:03 pm

pls let me know.how to maintain steviafarm and what climte it need

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:22 pm

one acre /40000 plants .it will give you 2500 kg dries leaves.

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silla September 8, 2011 at 7:57 am

hi my name is sila i am iranian .i have guestion i want know about :
plant invironment.
way of planting :is it hydroponic?
necessary elements
the temperatvre needed?
the light needed and thtype of
effective light
flourishing time
flourishig condition
i am surre i know i have so fals .i thankeyou to you if answere my question.

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JIA. December 4, 2011 at 11:10 pm

message for silla, hi there my name is Jia. pleas call me . i’m in london, england in the uk. email is not working so this is my telephone number is: 00447531200005.
thanks.

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MANOGARAN VELLAYAN June 2, 2012 at 6:13 pm

Hi Silla
I am Mano from Malaysia. I am looking to buy Saffron from Iran. I came to know that Iran produces large quantity of Saffron. Can you let me know the price for 10 Kgs. Later I will tell you where you should leave the item for export from Iran shipping company to Malaysia. If anyothers have this Saffron at a very reasonable price, we want to hear from you.
Thank you.
Mano
manov29@gmail.com

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MIRURI NJOROGE September 6, 2011 at 5:06 pm

I have stevia farm i would like to find market for my crop.

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Rynus Kinja September 15, 2011 at 7:33 am

Hi njoroge

i am here in kenya and want to know how to get
stavia seeds. please if you can advise me.
my mobile no. 0720 234 436

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Amit kumar singh September 16, 2011 at 12:44 pm

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant & seed for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

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Crispus N M November 16, 2011 at 7:13 pm

Heh njoro, niaje? Am Cris from kisii, kindly share with me the best way to get stevia plant. Wil you mind letin me hav one or two seedlings? At hw much? O711101442

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 4, 2012 at 11:59 am

you can sell me back.

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Kumar Sheth August 29, 2011 at 9:50 pm

Very intresting information, I will try to find in LOWE’S, if I will get it I will plant them in the planter and see the results. Thanks.

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Michael Harris September 5, 2011 at 4:46 pm

Hey good idea. I bought a Stevia plant from Lowe this summer and added it to my Topsy Turvy… It was damaged during transplantation to the Topsy Turvy due to the entry ports (which I later removed) but the Stevia has begun to regrow nicely and I plan to begin harvesting and purchase another plant of it in a few weeks… I live in upland Ca and I find the weather to be just right… Cant wait to try hand at granulation… Best of luck to you!

Mike Harris

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Second Fiddle August 28, 2011 at 3:04 am

I’m about to try an autumn stevia crop in middle Tennessee. Does anyone know what the best companion plant is for stevia? Does anyone know what the optimum soil ph should be for maximum sweetness? Have you girls over in NC noticed a sweeter leaf after a light frost and do you know the soil ph/lime content where they are planted?

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Kristin July 1, 2012 at 12:49 am

Did you ever find this out? I’m trying to figure some companions out for the stevia I have…I’m guessing roses since it repels aphid?

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Balwant August 25, 2011 at 5:54 am

Hello
I want to grow stevia plant in my farm for commercial purpose. kindly inform me about relevant information i.e.availabilty of plants , buyers, cost per acre,per plant cost, turnout. I am based in punjab (Rajsthan Border near Ganganagar) india.

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amit kumar singh August 26, 2011 at 11:37 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

This is for your kind attention of cultivation of stevia.

1 acer = 35000 sqfeet

1 foot = 12 inch

35000 x 12 = 420000 inch

190 feet x 190feet = 36000sqfeet = 1 acer (on one average)

3 feet = 1 bed

190 feet = 63 bed

190 x 12 = 2280 inch

8 inch == 1 plant

2280 inch == 285 plant

We do plantation in both side so no. of plant in one bed

285 x 2 == 570

570 x 63 == 35910 plant in one acer

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Balwant August 25, 2011 at 5:50 am

i want to grow stevia for commercial purpose pls

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Pam August 24, 2011 at 3:13 pm

This was very well written!

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Fisal Haji Mohamad August 26, 2011 at 4:27 pm

C’mon share with us

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diwakar katiyar August 19, 2011 at 7:27 am

i want information regarding buyers of stevia,aloe veera,kalmegh and shyma tulsi.

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vipul patel August 18, 2011 at 7:08 pm

hi i wants cultivation of stevia in amreli(guj) abuot 5 acre, plz contect me mb no. 9998541635 as buybac contract farming.

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kuldip singh August 18, 2011 at 11:25 am

hello sir,

I want to grow stevia plant in my farm for commercial purpose. kindly inform me about relevant information i.e.availabilty of plants , buyers, cost per acre, turnout. I am based in punjab india.

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amit kumar singh August 26, 2011 at 11:40 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

This is for your kind attention of cultivation of stevia.

1 acer = 35000 sqfeet

1 foot = 12 inch

35000 x 12 = 420000 inch

190 feet x 190feet = 36000sqfeet = 1 acer (on one average)

3 feet = 1 bed

190 feet = 63 bed

190 x 12 = 2280 inch

8 inch == 1 plant

2280 inch == 285 plant

We do plantation in both side so no. of plant in one bed

285 x 2 == 570

570 x 63 == 35910 plant in one acer
This is for your kind attention of cultivation of stevia.

1 acer = 35000 sqfeet

1 foot = 12 inch

35000 x 12 = 420000 inch

190 feet x 190feet = 36000sqfeet = 1 acer (on one average)

3 feet = 1 bed

190 feet = 63 bed

190 x 12 = 2280 inch

8 inch == 1 plant

2280 inch == 285 plant

We do plantation in both side so no. of plant in one bed

285 x 2 == 570

570 x 63 == 35910 plant in one acer

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Poilane Eugene August 18, 2011 at 3:47 am

Bonjour,
J’habite au Vietnam et serai très interessé par la culture et la commercialisation de la Stévia. Pourriez vous me donner des infos a ce sujet et connaissez vous des sites ou adresses postales (au Vietnam) ou je pourrai me renseigner et me procurer des boutures, des conseils de culture et enfin pour la commercialisation ?
Merci d’avance.
Hi,
I’m living in Vietnam and very interested par the culture of Stevia. Could you please give me information about it ? Where can i meet or talk with people who are working with Stevia ?
Thanks.
Eugene

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prashantshrestha August 15, 2011 at 11:46 am

what are the geographic condition for planting steiva and how dose it can be used to manufacture sugar

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pat brown August 12, 2011 at 9:38 pm

I purchased stevia plants at Rural King. 3/$4.00. I have more than enough leaves on my plants to use the coming year.

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Jane Buzzurro August 7, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Can you use a food dehydrator to dry Stevia?

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rob stan August 6, 2011 at 5:40 pm

I live in Franklin ( Milwaukee county) Wisconsin. I found stevia plants in early spring in with all the rest or the herbs for sale at Steins. planted one plant in a raised bed square foot garden. I made my own soil for my garden( approx 12ftx5ft which gave me three aprox 4×4 sections, one for herbs, one for veggies, and one for tomatoes, peppers, egglants). My soil consisted of 1/3rd course vermiculite(Lowes early spring) 1/3rd organic peat moss(lowes, or steins) and 1/3rd A MIXTURE OF 5 DIFFERENT ORGANIC COMPOSTS (lowes steins menards).Enough for about 6 inches deep. The reason for 5 different composts is that you will get more nutrients.ect.. instead of just buying a bunch of bags of one kind. I learned this from a book I bought at Menard’s called “All new square foot gardening” by Mel Bartholomew. My stevia plant along with all my other plants have done perfectly well all year.I water my garden just a little every other day in the morning when its hot and not rainig, carfull not to wet the plants. I use Miracle grow about every week or two. I snip a few leaves off my stevia and dry them either outside on a screen in shade to sun or quicker just in the Microwave, crush ,sift, and add to coffee and herb tea( I grow chocolate mint, lemon mint and spearmint, that I also found at Steins, in a 1x3ft planter). HINT– fresh bruised chocolate mint leaves mixed with rootbeer and vanilla ice cream , sifted,and slowly poured over small lemon baller scoops of vanilla ice cream served in a champain glass and garnished with a chocolate mint leaf and a rasberry,makes a great, elegant, after dinner chocolate mint rootbeer float!!( I invented that) working the mint leaf in your mouth and lips after finishing keeps the chocolate mint flavor last longer. I have a sweet tooth and love to just pic a leaf of stevia and quickly bite and work around my lips and toungue when working outside. I will be trying in fall to cut and dry the whole stevia plant for winter use. I will also be trying the mixture or 1 cup water to 1/4 cup dried stevia and refigerating. I am curious of how long this mixture is good for in the frig. thanx

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Phillip KAMEL July 31, 2011 at 8:24 pm

I wish to plant few STEVIA plants in my yard, what is the best form of ordering them, my home is in Lebanon, Middle East, near the seashore, where to buy them from and the best way of bringing them to Lebanon.
Could STEVIA plantation be a profitable business and who are the major users???????

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Fisal Haji Mohamad August 1, 2011 at 4:24 pm

Please get my friend from Singapore Mr Osman Ali, email add osman@organichealth.com.sg or fax +65 6275 4132 for assistance or Mr Md Yusof Hj Ali at yusof51_btsb@yahoo.com.my for seeds. We are ready to supply you with the finish products such stevia powder/liquid in 30 mg/ml packing. Do check your market as we may arrange to deliver to you in 40 ‘ container at any port suitable to you in Lebanon. Goodluck

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MANOGARAN VELLAYAN June 2, 2012 at 6:28 pm

Hi Fisal
I am Mano from Klang, Selangor, Malaysia. Where is the nearest place I can get your Stevia Powder and Stevia Liquid?
Call me at +6 0162082466 or +6 03-33246466 or mail at manov29@gmail.com
Thank you.
Mano

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Cecilia August 17, 2011 at 3:03 am

Hi Phillip

I am Cecilia here from Malaysia, can you share with me the answer to your question of “who are the major users of the STEVIA plants?

I am actually interested to plant on my agriculture land but before planting, I have to know where i have to sell it.

I appreciate your information and hear from you soon to my email cill_rgh@yahoo.com.au

Regards, Cecilia

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Abdul Hai August 23, 2011 at 3:51 pm

Hi Cecillia

I am interested in Stevia plant. Let me know your plantation cost in Malaysia

Rehards

Abdul hai

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amit kumar singh August 26, 2011 at 11:41 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

This is for your kind attention of cultivation of stevia.

1 acer = 35000 sqfeet

1 foot = 12 inch

35000 x 12 = 420000 inch

190 feet x 190feet = 36000sqfeet = 1 acer (on one average)

3 feet = 1 bed

190 feet = 63 bed

190 x 12 = 2280 inch

8 inch == 1 plant

2280 inch == 285 plant

We do plantation in both side so no. of plant in one bed

285 x 2 == 570

570 x 63 == 35910 plant in one acer

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Ragu September 3, 2011 at 7:15 pm

Is it this possiable to grow in south India. Will be interted in growing
Ragu

Rene T. Arreglo July 30, 2011 at 12:11 am

Please send me this information on how to grow stevia. Is it available in the Philippines?

Thank you,

Rene

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Koronado B. Apuzen August 13, 2011 at 6:58 pm

how is stevia leaves processed or converted sugar (centrifugal)?

Is there a machine to do this? where can I source them?

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doiphode R July 17, 2011 at 1:09 am

R/sir I am interested in growing Stevia in the large qty at konkan belt of maharashtra state .please give me details.

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 18, 2011 at 4:05 pm

Please look for stevia grower cum exporter in Maharashtra state, do ask for sample seeds to try. Goodluck

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 18, 2011 at 4:08 pm

Get some from any seedstore in Maharashtra state, good luck

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amit kumar singh August 26, 2011 at 11:42 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

This is for your kind attention of cultivation of stevia.

1 acer = 35000 sqfeet

1 foot = 12 inch

35000 x 12 = 420000 inch

190 feet x 190feet = 36000sqfeet = 1 acer (on one average)

3 feet = 1 bed

190 feet = 63 bed

190 x 12 = 2280 inch

8 inch == 1 plant

2280 inch == 285 plant

We do plantation in both side so no. of plant in one bed

285 x 2 == 570

570 x 63 == 35910 plant in one acer

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Daud July 12, 2011 at 10:12 am

i’m interested to plant the stevia for exporting purpose, but I need to know where is the buyer for the large amount of stevia powder
Thanks

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 5:09 pm

There are buyers in Malaysia with their own extraction plant at Port Dickson, Nilai or UKM Bangi Selangor. We are having stevia farm at Mukim Ginching, Labu Negeri Sembilan with the total acreage of 9 acres. Please feel free to contact me at 013-3934407 to view and we are planning to venture into Asiatica Centella, Asian pennyworth aka pegaga in Malaysia.

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Abdul Hai August 23, 2011 at 3:48 pm

I am interested in your plant. How much cost of the plantation? What is prices for 1000kg dry leaf

Let me know your details

Thanks

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Fisal Haji Mohamad August 26, 2011 at 4:35 pm

I don’t receive any of your enquiry. My personal advice to you is to secure a secondary market i e finished product whether in form of stevioside powder/liquid. The sweetness depends on how dry is the leaf, 65% or less as the higher % would render the leaves to crumble easily. Please tell us what is your request and we shall try to furnish to our maximum.

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Jason Adams July 11, 2011 at 12:41 am

Another article about using Stevia is here. Bacisically it’s a steeped alcohol extract that can be kept in the fridge. http://www.ehow.com/how_2083187_make-stevia-extract.html.

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Sandy July 6, 2011 at 1:42 pm

Hi, I have 6 stevia plants. Some are 3′ tall and not very bushy. In the last week I have had two that just wilt over, overnite. I cut them off and still hung them upside down to dry. Two questions for someone, will the leaves still be good even though they wilted first and why did they wilt? I live in Wisconsin and all the plants have been treated the same. One of the plants that wilted had the main stalk wilt but one of the branches near the dirt did not. I don’t want to lose the other 4 plants please help.

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nirmala basnet July 6, 2011 at 12:43 am

Now we are planting Stevia in Nepal .we have stevia plant on commercial basis in Biratnagar Morang, and ready for supplying the plant .we are looking a farmer who have strong laborous.If you have any kind of query
or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make
arrangement of plant at your lead time.

Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.

We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with u….
Thanking you.
Regardas
Managing director
(subham organic agrotech ind,pvt.ltd)
email address:www.shubhamagrotech.com or asubhamorganic@yahoo.com

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Michele July 4, 2011 at 10:47 pm

Planted Stevia about 4 weeks ago in the Snow belt of Erie County, Pennsylvania. My word what a crop I’ve got! Am actually bruising the leaves and a mint leaf for my coffee. I have a sweet tooth but with the mint, 2 to 3 leaves make a wonderful wake up! Will be trying the extract instructions this fall. With all that have cropped up, will be sharing with my very large family and friends. Thanks for all the info in this site!

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Amy July 22, 2011 at 11:11 am

Hi Michelle, how many plants do you have and where did you acquire them? I bought one this spring on a whim for my son and am having quite a bit of fun with it! Now I’m getting more interested in doing it again but on a larger scale. I live in Southern Mass. Thanks for the posting :)

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kate August 14, 2011 at 10:20 pm

I’m in SE Pennsylvania and have just heard that the plants are available…but where? And are there different “flavors” of stevia?
Can it be grown in an herb box in kitchen window? Thx

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Upendra June 30, 2011 at 7:02 am

Dear Sir,
Please let me know the using procedure of stevia leaves either to chew green leaves or to use in coffee & tea after drying the leaves and making it powder.
Regards,
U K Das

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setareh June 28, 2011 at 8:45 pm

Hello
Can you guide that how do dry fresh leaves of stevia? temperature? time? in oven

Thanks

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amit July 4, 2011 at 12:08 pm

Dear setareh,
you should follow these things while drying the stevia like
- Do not dry the leaves under sun make a shade & dry under the Sade.
- you can also dry under the tree or in the cooling air.
- The temperature would be 25 to 40 degree Celsius.
- when you pack the dry leaves air would be pass inside either moisture would come.

thanks & best regards

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setareh June 28, 2011 at 8:29 pm

Hell
Can you guide me that how do dry fresh leaves of stevia? temperature? time? in oven
thanks

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Lori June 26, 2011 at 3:09 pm

I grew some last year and harvested by cutting in the fall and hanging the plants to dry. Once they were dry I stripped the leaves and use them whole in tea – 3 leaves is good for one large cup imho. They stay on the bottom or if they float I remove them. Easy as pie and not the hassle of grinding with a mortar and pestle. I am growing more this year – what a great easy and healthy sweetener. I might try grinding the stems in my coffee grinder this year and see what that’s like.

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Paulette June 24, 2011 at 11:13 pm

I had just planted a stevia plant yesturday. I was thinking about using in homebrewed ice tea.
Adding a few stevia leaves with the tea with the boiling water.
Do you think this will work?

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Jason Adams July 11, 2011 at 12:43 am

I had a similar thought since I drink sugared tea and soda pop and kool-aid like a fish. I have 3 stevia plants and am going to try the alcohol reduction first I think.

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Judy Radtke June 23, 2011 at 2:18 am

I grow the stevia for personal use and only have 3 plants. Everyone that we show it to is amazed by it. Can’t wait to harvest and see how it is. When I first got it the leaves were sweet tasting. Now they are green and slighty bitter tasting is this normal and will they be sweet when I dry them ?

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Soemeinaboedhy June 22, 2011 at 1:21 am

I really interested in cultivate Stevia and my friend ask me for growing Stevia in Indonesia
I want to get more information abnout Stevia cultivation

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amit June 29, 2011 at 3:27 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.5 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company or partner for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

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Bruce B. June 21, 2011 at 7:24 pm

I’m growing stevia in a large container on the deck on the front of my house. It has been thriving there for 6-weeks, and it is proving to be an attractive specimen plant. I purchased the plants at Lowes. I’m skeptical about the practacality of using as a sugar substitute, but we shall see . . . It’s good to know that stevia can be readily propagated from cuttings. Hopefully I can keep it alive indoors through the frigid Nebraska winter and have it back out on the deck with my other container plants the following spring.

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Renee June 24, 2011 at 3:17 pm

Hint on sweetening…less is better. Too much and whatever you are eating/drinking will be bitter as all get out.

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Michelle September 10, 2011 at 2:32 am

I have mine in a fairly small pot outside in Colorado and plan to bring it in this fall. I guess if it begins to die it might be best to just harvest the whole thing. Have you heard of anyone bringing it in and it surviving? As I understand the following sight it does not sound real likely. http://www.ehow.com/how_4785861_grow-sweet-stevia-container-garden.html

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e June 10, 2011 at 2:47 pm

we LOVE stevia! We use it daily. We find it very healthy and safe, and I am sure that the sugar industry was / is supressing its virtues. they will not keep this a secret, it will be known. THANKS.

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Beth June 6, 2011 at 10:20 am

I bought a few plants last year and somehow managed to keep them alive through winter. I live in NC. The plants are healthy and doing good again this year. I am growing them for my personal use.

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connie June 16, 2011 at 9:39 pm

I am trying my hand at stevia. only have 3 plants. how did you convert for use? I also live in NC foothills

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cb July 19, 2011 at 3:22 pm

I have plants growing up in the central border county. Do you think it will survive the winter up there? Did you protect it with mulch and/or sheeting during the frosts? I’d love to keep the plant if I could. :) thanks!

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Diana July 27, 2011 at 3:00 pm

I live in north central Rockingham County (NC), about 15 miles south of the VA border. We had a snowy, very cold winter last year. This is the 3rd year for my stevia, which is now about 5′ tall. It grows in full sun. I’ve basically neglected it, except to give it water occasionaly, but it has flourished. I will harvest it, dry it and grind it. Does anyone know how to use it as a sugar substitute in baking?

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connie January 6, 2012 at 11:43 am

Where did you get your plants, I live in mtns of NC. Please elaboraTE, ARE YOUR PLANTS INSIDE THRU WINTER?
Thank YOu
cONNIE

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Musafiri Kamali Felton May 31, 2011 at 9:38 am

I’m much intersted in Stevia growing in case I could get some seeds.I wish to have more informations about the way to grow it . Thanks a lot

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Daisy May 30, 2011 at 3:00 am

I purchased 3 2″pots of Stevia at the local farmers market one month ago. They are planted in a Horse trough. In just one month they have filled the trough. The easiet thing to grow that we have ever planted here in dry So Calif.Came to the site to learn about processing for use in cooking.Thank you so much for the information.Also surprised that peoples from all across the Globe are interested in growing it commercially. Good luck to everyone.

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R.patel August 7, 2011 at 9:50 pm

I am in Gujarat,India I want seed of stevia in big quantity Mob.no.91 8141100022, rachitss@yahoo.com

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Avinash Pantmirashi November 15, 2011 at 6:31 am

dear sir ican full fill your riquriment in yuour time contect me on 09223538394 i am in mumbai.

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Lisa May 28, 2011 at 12:27 am

Hi Joyce, I think you and I are the only ones wanting to grow for personal use only! I only have one plant – I don’t think that’s going to provide me with much sweetener for my one cup of coffee daily…. what do you think?
Lisa
Central North Carolina

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Jon May 22, 2011 at 9:56 pm

I just found out stevia existed today. Read through a few websites. One website was fueling fear. Seems that stevia causes reproductive problems, aspertame doesn’t? Stevia has been used In Japan since the early 70′s. This may be why most males In Japan are now sterile. You don’t know what to do about this, laugh or cry. Cancer! Yes, It causes cancer. Lol. Maybe Japan’s male population has died off. A Mr. Huxtable said we need to do more testing besides all the other bs he had to say so okay, who’s doing the testing? The creeps at the FDA want more tests done on stevia. WHEN CAN WE EXPECT TO SEE ANY TEST RESULTS CREEPS? Probably when all the Incompetent CREEPS are removed within the FDA. These creeps care not one bit about the US population. They work for the criminals who make the sugar substitutes which cause serious health problems. Since the people who consume stevia have no health problems as opposed to the “safe” Aspertame which has helped make the USA one of the sickest nations on earth, should give the answer If stevia Is safe to consume. I Intend on using It. Thank you for the space to post!

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Renee June 24, 2011 at 3:29 pm

Thank the sugar lobby for the “fear” perspective. I’ve been using this stuff for 10 years, just got my own plant this year, but I think 3 total is good for one household. Aspertame makes me sick as a dog. Headaches, dizziness, nausea, gas, vertigo, etc. Stevia has never done any such thing. The worst that can happen is that your drink will end up on the bitter side. Cancer, my behind. Like the stuff they produce isn’t full of cancer-causing chemicals. Tests show that stevia is a tonic for the pancreas. The sugar lobbies are just terrified that stevia will catch on with the general public. A natural, calorie free sweetener could drive their profits down. The FDA wants more tests done on stevia so’s they can put off anybody who wants to mass market it, advertising ALL the benefits. I’m sure that the sugar lobbies are paying handsomely for the FDA’s stalling tactics. Check out a book called “The Stevia Cookbook” by Ray Sahelian. Chock full of info and recipes.

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Lynn May 21, 2011 at 12:52 pm

I live in Canada and was astonished to find small bedding plants of stevia for sale at the local Zellers garden centre. Is stevia an annual or a perennial and does it grow back each year like peppermint for instance?
Lynn

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Jaime May 21, 2011 at 11:08 pm

It is a perennial in its native climate, and some sources call it a hardy annual. That is why the article talks about preparing cuttings for the next season early. This plant has nice totipotency so its cuttings shouldn’t be to difficult to propagate.

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Marti May 21, 2011 at 12:43 am

Do the leaves have to be dried before using them, or can you pick off a green leaf when you need a little sweetener in a drink?

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Renee June 24, 2011 at 3:32 pm

It’s better to dry the leaves…this is from personal experience. Dry the leaves, and grind to a powder. I’ve used them fresh, and it’s kind of messy. To get the most out of it fresh, you’ll need to grind up the leaves with a mortar and pestle, and I wouldn’t grind up more than you are going to use at the time…not sure how well it keeps.

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selim hassan sumon May 20, 2011 at 3:19 am

hi i wana make plant of stevia,

s.h sumon

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January May 18, 2011 at 12:34 pm

Stevia plants are available at Blocks in Romulus, MI and Tulip Tree Garden in Gregory , MI if you are in Michigan looking for a local place to buy starters.

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JOHIRUL ISLAM May 13, 2011 at 1:27 pm

i want to doing stevia plantation in bangladesh.Is it possible?

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Luis fernando Pulgarin May 24, 2011 at 11:56 am

I can provide you with 1.5 to 3 million seedlings a month.
give the advice to my company about pre and post harvest, even send materials to support the crop.

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 5:22 pm

Please send sample seeds around 1 kg to me at Lot 8651 Jalan Nakhoda Tengah, Kg Nakhoda, 68100 Batu Caves, Selangor Malaysia asap and you are invited to my farm, see with your own eyes how we manage to plant them at Mukim Talang, Kuala Pilah, Negeri Sembilan Malaysia for the past 6 months. Please arrange your expertise to be stationed in Malaysia to assist us for the China, India and Indonesia market any momment now.

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Daud Jalaluddin- email: dj_ddin@yahoo.com July 17, 2011 at 12:51 am

I’m from Sabah, Malaysia. I want to plant stevia in a large number of area for exporting it to the countries that need the sweeter from stevia. So I need help for guiding me start from growing stevia until marketing

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Jim May 8, 2011 at 6:48 pm

Where and at what cost, can I buy Stevia plants in Costa Rica?
Thanks, Jim

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Andreas Eriksen May 26, 2011 at 3:18 pm

In don’t know if you can get plants in Costa Rica, but I have plants in Masaya Nicaragua.

Andreas

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Constance Solano September 30, 2011 at 2:15 am

Andreas, where were you able to purchase the plants in Masaya?
Thanks.
Constance

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Warren August 27, 2011 at 3:01 pm

Jim, I think i remember seeing small Stevia starter plants at EPA

HTH

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zlate nicolae May 6, 2011 at 7:43 pm

locuiesc in romania si sunt interesat sa primesc samanta de stevie canadiana , ce cantitate trebuie pentru 1000 metri patrati,cat costa si modul de plata mai doresc sa stiu tehnologia de cultivare: semanatul distanta intre randuri, distanta intre plante pe rand daca este nevoie sa fie irigata modul de recoltare. cati ani se mentine cultura in exploatare

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Peter May 5, 2011 at 10:36 am

I am interested in the commercial production of Stevia. Please let me know the followings:
1.Where the seeds are available
2.How many plants are advisable to be planted for commercial purpose ?
3.Any prospects for its market?
4.Any other relevant information
Thanks.
From Zagreb, Croatia

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Ana June 4, 2011 at 5:50 pm

Sounds like you need a library more than a website! Pitajte knjižničara!

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 6:10 pm

Please furnish me what are your requirements and specifications. Give me the details of how big is your Eastern European market share of the finish products (be there in powdered form, liquid or dry plant extracts) rather than planting them in Zagreb when the production costs is much cheaper in Malaysia. Concentrate more on upstream market penetration while we do more on downstream activities from planting to packaging them.

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Daud Jalaluddin- email: dj_ddin@yahoo.com July 17, 2011 at 1:10 am

Terima kasih En. Faisal. Tolong lengkapkan lagi informasi En. Fisal tu dengan lebih lanjut dengan melalui email saya. Saya minta tunjuk ajar dengan En. Fisal bagaimana mengusahakan tanaman-yang En. Fisal bagi pada saya tu dengan bedasarkan pengalaman En. Fisal. Walaubagaimanapun, saya berminat untuk mengusahakan stevia. Atau tel: 019-8937696

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Cecilia August 17, 2011 at 3:17 am

Hi Faisal,

My name is Cecilia and I am very interested to plant that Stevia in my agricultural land about 3 acres in sarawak. Please give me advice of how 1. How would I goes into this planting?
2. What is the process before selling?
3. Is there any training in Malaysia?

Please send me mails to cill_rgh@yahoo.com.au

Hear more information from you thank you

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Dr Zaki May 3, 2011 at 5:10 pm

Stevia is a fairly new crop in Malaysia and the interest is just picking up. A good way to start is to get some good Stevia rebaudiana plants and propagate from shoot cuttings. For details write: gdrzaki@gmail.com

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evyce July 6, 2011 at 2:26 am

where can i buy stevia plants in kl, malaysia?

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Daud July 12, 2011 at 9:46 am

Dear Evyce,
I need to share business with you.
Regarding to your question that you ask where could you get the stevia plant in kl, in Malaysia.
Did you get the answer from your question, or did you get where you can get the stevia plant?

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Daud July 12, 2011 at 9:49 am

I need to know where I can get the seed or the stevia plant.
If I planted the stevia, where I can find the buyer of the stevia powder?

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 6:26 pm

Kami sedia membeli pokok stevia En Daud yang ditanam didalam tray 104 lubang apabila ketinggiannya mencapai 12 sm seragam (plus/minus) dengan harga RM50.00 tanpa had, berapa banyak pun boleh, tapi pokok ni jenis manja banyak dan kena belai selalu. Adalah dinasihatkan supaya beralih kepada tanaman herba yang lain seperti Tongkat Ali, Kacip Fatimah, Misai Kucing, Hempedu Bumi, Dukung Anak ataupun Mascotek. Selamat Berjaya

Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 5:26 pm

Terima kasih Dr, kami dah tanam ket Mukim Talang, Kuala Pilah, NS Tunjuk ajar dan nasihat Dr amat kami hargai.

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HarshKatoch April 30, 2011 at 10:17 pm

I am in states but iwould like to grow in india at commercial basis, Please guide me

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Peter May 5, 2011 at 10:26 am

Dear sir,
I am very interested in the commercial production of Stevia, I live in Zagreb, Croatia. Can you please furnish me with the following information about :
1.Where I can get the seed
2.How many plants per acre are good for commercial basis
3.What the cost to start per acre is
4.Any possible market at all
5.Any other relevant useful information about its production.
Thanks

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Betty G. April 30, 2011 at 3:34 pm

I have some stevia plants and live in Texas just north of Dallas. We have thunderstorms that have down pours of rain. Would I be able to plant my stevia plants outside? Or would having some shelter to keep rain off leaves be ok, leave them in the house? It usually dries pretty fast after a thunderstorm here and high humidity.
Please let me know as soon as you can.
Thank you.
Betty G.

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Connie Roedell June 27, 2011 at 4:15 pm

I live in SE Texas too, and started growing Stevia this spring. I have 2 plants and started with 3. One is very large, Do I have to wait till Fall to harvest it? I understand by reading some info on it, you harvest it in the late fall, and cut it down to 4 inches. Strip off the leaves and cut back the ends of the stems and add to the leaves. Dry by sunlight if possible. Crush and use that way. Do you have any more info? Would appreciate any info. Connie

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Richard Burkett August 8, 2011 at 8:49 pm

Betty ,

I, too, live just north of Dallas in Lewisville. I purchased a Stevia plant this spring and put it in my garden. It is doing terrific, even in our record breaking summer heat! I did plant it so that it is in a raised area of my garden. This way any water would drain away without drowning the roots.
Good luck!

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ashutosh April 24, 2011 at 7:57 am

cultivation pattern of stevia and its marketing

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:31 pm

Medicinal Properties of Stevia
Stevia is versatile herb with incredible sweetness that can be safely used in herbal medicines; tonics for diabetic patients and
also in the daily usage products, Stevia leaves can be used because of its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial property. Mild stevia
leaf tea offers excellent relief for an upset stomach.
A wet Stevia leaf bag provides a cooling effect on eyes (similar to using cucumber). The leaves effectively tighten the skin
and are good for wrinkles. Stevia has proved to give exceptional benefits when used regularly in skin care. It also has a
healing effect on blemishes, wounds, cuts and scratches.
Stevia is helpful in weight and blood pressure management. It has also been reported that stevia lowers incident of colds and
flu.
Commercial Cultivation
You need not be a South American farmer to be a successful Stevia grower. A short day plant, it only researches a height of
45 cm in three months. The concentration of Stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increases when the plants are grown under
long day condition.
Stevia grows best in upland areas in sub-tropical climate. In other places it can be grown as an annual. The plant prefers a
lightly textured, well-drained soil to which organic matter has been added. It needs ample water so that the soil is
consistently moist, but not wet. In hot, sunny climates it will do best in semi-shade. Propagation is from seed sown in spring,
but germination rates can be low-expect half the seeds sown not to germinate. Plant seedlings out once all danger of frost is
over. Leaves are best harvested just before flowering. The plants will also grow from cuttings, which are best taken in late
winter.
The concentration of stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increasing when the plants are grown under long day condition.
While, cultivating stevia on a large scale, it can be grown in well-drained red soil and sandy loam soil. The soil should be in
the pH range of 6.5-7.5. Saline soils should be avoided to cultivate this plant.
Stevia can be successfully cultivated al l around the year all over India expect the areas, which receive snowfall, or
temperatures go below 5 degree celcius in winter. The summer temperatures actually do not affect this plant if the high
summer temperatures have already been factored in the cult ivation practices.
Since seed germination rate is very poor, it is propagated vegetatively. Though stem cuttings are used for vegetative tissue
culture plants have proven to be the best planting material for Stevia. Tissue culture plants of Stevia are genetically pure,
free from pathogens and have excellent vigour. The tissue culture plants can be planted throughout the year, expect during
peak summer. An ideal planting density is 30,000 plants per acre with spacing of 25×40 cm in a raised bed system. The soil
can be enriched with a basal dressing of 25 tons of well rotten farmyard manure/hectare.
Land preparation
Land should be ploughed initially with a disc plough or harrowed to break down the colds. Fine tilth is required. One to two
times ploughing has to be done after harrowing. Around 25 MT of FYM/Ac has to be applied as a basal dressing during the
last ploughing to incorporate the manure with soil.
Soil Type
Stevia requires very good drainage any soil that retain the moisture for very long period of time are unsuitable for Stevia
cultivation and should be religiously avoided. Similarly black cotton soils with very heavy clay content should also be
avoided. It is mandatory that before planting, each and every soil sample should be properly tested and analyzed by an
expert. Red soil and sandy loam with a 6-7 pH are best for the cultivation of Stevia.
Raised bed preparation
Forming raised beds is the most economical way to grow Stevia. The raised bed should be of 15 cm in height and 60 cm in
width. The distance between each plant 23 cm. This would give a plant population of around 30,000 per acre.
Planting
Stevia can be planted in many ways. The types of agronomic practices generally depend on type of soil and climate
conditions. Generally it is advisable to plant minimum of 40,000 plants per acre. Since the economical part is the leaves it is
very important to achieve highest vegetative growth.
Planting Material
There are basically two options for multiplication. The first is the tissue culture and second the stem cutting. Tissue culture
is the best option but many farmers are tempted to try the stem cutting method for multiplication. As per practical
experience, stem cutting is sometimes more expensive to produce than the tissue culture since the success rat e of the stem
cuttings establishment is very low, it takes minimum of 25 weeks for the stem cutting to develop in proper feeding roots for
transplantation (younger stem cuttings transplants have shown more than 50% mortality in first few weeks of transplants in
main field). It is also noticed that Stevioside content of the stem cutting plants is lower by at least cutting plants is lower by
at least 2% points in Indian conditions.
Plant Varieties
There are about 90 varieties of stevia rebaudiana developed all around the world. Basically all these varieties have been
developed for different climate requirements, many times these varieties perform strangely in different climate conditions.
At the end of the day, just like sugarcane, it is the stevioside and rebaudioside content in the Stevia leaves that determine the
price and marketability of Stevia leaves. In many causes in south India it was observes that stevioside content was as low as
3.5%, which was below the minimum market requirement of 9%. Hence it becomes imperative that the grower selects
proper varieties with adequate guarantees from the planting material suppliers about minimum assured stevioside and
rebaudioside contents.
Irrigation
Stevia requires ample supply of good water all year around. As the plant cannot tolerate drought, frequent irrigation is
required Micro sprinklers are the best method of irrigation would not supply the required amount of water at the right time.
So through micro sprinklers, the water can be sprinklers, the water can be sprinkled once in a day in winter and two to four
times in a day in summer depending upon the heat and relative humidity in the air. Watering frequency should be scheduled
so that the plants do no wilt for want of water.
Fertilizer application
The recommended dose of fertilizer is 110:45:45 NPK/ac. This requires 4½ bags of urea, 2 bags of DAP and 2 bags of
Potash. The entire dose of DAP is applied as the basal dressing. The Nitrogen and Potash fertilizer can be split and applied
as 10 doses in every month. Nitrogen application is a must for the production of dry matters.
Plant protection
Organic gardeners in particular should find stevia an ideal addition to their yield. Though nontoxic, stevia plants have been
found to have insect-repelling tendencies. Their very sweetness, in fact, may be a kind of natural defense mechanism against
aphids and other bugs that find it not to their taste. Perhaps that’s why crop-devouring grasshoppers have been reported to
bypass stevia under cultivation. In case any disease symptoms are noticed, spraying of neem oil diluted in water is the best
organic method.
Weeding
Removal of weeds can be done manually. Since the crop is grown in raised beds, intercultural operations are easier by
manual labour.
Maintenance
Stevia plants do best in a rich, loamy soil-the same kind in which common garden-variety plants thrive. Since the feeder
roots tend to be quite near the surface, it is good idea to add compost for extra nutrients if the soil in your area is sandy.
Besides being sensitive to cold during their development stage, the roots can be also be adversely affected by excessive
levels of moisture. So take care not to over-water them and to make sure the soil in which they are planted drains easily and
isn’t soggy or subject to flooding.
Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months. Adding a layer of compost or your favourite mulch
around each Stevia plant will help keep the shallow feeder roots from drying out.
Stevia plants respond well to fertilizers with lower nitrogen content than the fertilizer’s phosphoric acid or potash content.
Most organic fertilizers would work well, since they release nitrogen slowly.
Flowering of the plant should be avoided. Since Stevia has a significant apical dominance, the plant tends to grow tall and
lanky. Pinching of the apical bud would enhance bushy growth of the plant with side branches.
Harvesting
Depending on climate conditions one can achieve the yields of 2000-4000 Kilos in three to six harvests annually. Another
important aspect of harvesting is the timing of harvest. It should be noted that at no point of time plants should be allowed to
flower since after flowering the Stevioside percentage goes down rapidly and leaves are rendered unmarketable. Leaves are
harvested by plucking in a small quantity, or the entire plant with the side branches is cut leaving 10 to 15 cm from the base.
The first harvesting can be done four to five months after planting. Subsequent harvesting can be done every three months,
for three consecutive years. The sweetener in the leaf is maximum till the plant flowers. Just before flowering, the plant
should be cut completely leaving 10 cm from the ground. The new flush of leaves will sprout from here. The new plant will
be ready for harvest again in three months. The plant yields around 3000 kg of dried leaves from an acre of plantation every
year. Harvesting should be done as late as possible, since cool autumn temperatures and shorter days tend to intensify the
sweetness of the plants as they evolve into a reproductive state.
Unlocking the sweetness in your harvest
Once all leaves have been harvested it’s required to dry them. This can be accomplished on a net. The drying process is not
one that requires excessive heat; more important is good air circulat ion. On a moderately warm fall day, stevia crop can be
quick dried in the full sun in about 12 hours. (Drying times longer than that will lower the stevioside content of the final
product.)
Crushing the dried leaves is the final step in releasing stevia’s sweetening power. The dried leaves are powdered, sieved and
the fine powder is stored in containers. This can be done either by hand or, for greater effect, in a coffee grinder or in a
special blender for herbs.
Fresh Stevia leaves
This form of stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a stevia plant and chewed will impart
an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while. For stevia to have a more practical
application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste
even more potent.
Dried leaves
For more of the flavour and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried
leaf is considerably sweetener than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.
Stevia extracts
The form in which Stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that of a white powdered extract. In this form it is
approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight). This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides
(natural sweetening agents) in the Stevia leaf.
Not all Stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely
depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely
sweet, it is always recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be
stored in the refrigerator.
Liquid concentrates
These come in several forms. There’s a syrup black liquid (that result from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance
the flavour of many foods. Steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol makes another type.

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Neela August 1, 2012 at 6:47 am

Hi Alam

I am from India living in Indonesia & interested in Stevia products & cultivation in Indonesia . What are the prospects here ? Need detailed information. I will call you at +91 8976352031. Thanks,

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lindeque April 4, 2013 at 11:59 am

Hallo sir, all I can say is wow! And congratulate you on a huge interrest of this plant, it seems to me like the beginning of the old sugarcane history, every one wants to start it but do the have the discipline and biusness skill, I’m really interested in this agricultural production , I see a medicinal future and good work opportunity, also biusness opportunity for the farmworkers class, I see the queue is long and I’m seriuous, cost to me for a htr plants, I stay in Namibia

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james walter April 22, 2011 at 7:06 am

have access to land in calif. central 15 miles from ocean.sandy loamy.anyone interested?

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kent hytken May 3, 2011 at 12:34 am

James,

I would be interested in the land. Please email me information of the location and opportunity. I hope it is nearby where I live in California.

Kent

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Dorji April 20, 2011 at 5:56 am

Sir,
I am writing from Bhutan. If I plant stevia in 1 acre, what will be the production from there?
Thank you
Dorji

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Alam +91 08976352031 December 15, 2011 at 1:32 pm

1 acre / 40000 plants = 2500 kg in dry leaves .

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lisa April 18, 2011 at 12:13 am

i am instread in processing the stevia plant for personal use. i have purchased a plant

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Rohit Mehra May 28, 2011 at 12:37 pm

Deals in all kinds of aromatic and meditional plants
like stevia plants

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Carson E. Bench April 16, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Thank you.

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Manjit Singh Randawa April 15, 2011 at 3:53 am

I am interstseed in cultivating stevia on a large scale for local and export purposes in Malaysia..Please advice

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Amit April 15, 2011 at 7:20 am

To,
Dear Sir
*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale*
We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
Dear sir, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Gujrat & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1 & it would be up & down as per order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company or partner for supplying the plant so that we would able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make arrangement of plant at your lead time.
Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.
We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09044691079
09450033492

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M. Farhad May 27, 2011 at 3:36 pm

I am from Bangladesh and intereted to know about Stivea..Please let me know the followings:
1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per acre?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7.Any other relevant information?

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Daud July 12, 2011 at 9:57 am

I’m from Sabah, Malaysia. I need to share business with anyone who interested to cultivate stevia on large scale. If anyone interested to it, please email me.

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emad bady July 24, 2011 at 3:27 pm

iam interested to grow stevia in Sudan in a large scale ,i have a huge land,looking for a partner,

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Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 5:41 pm

Before deciding on a farm one of the most important things to do is to consult the official soil survey map and report on the district in mind.The character of the soil depends first upon the way it was formed; for instance, from weathering of rocks in place as on level and slightly rolling plains; from silt carried by streams and deposited in valley ”floors”; from accumulations of vegetable matter in swamps as in muck lands; or from glacial deposits of rocks of many mixed kinds.
Nasihat saya kepada saudara ialah jangan mencuba tanaman ini, terlalu susah. Lebih baik dapat bekalan untuk lainlain herba seperti Tongkat Ali, Kacip Fatimah, Misai Kucing, Hempedu Bumi, Dukung Anak dan Mascotek memandangkan 70% bekalan herba ini masih diimpot dari China , India dan Indonesia. Selamat mencuba.

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Daud Jalaluddin- email: dj_ddin@yahoo.com July 17, 2011 at 1:25 am

Dear Manjit singh, I’m from Sabah Malaysia. I’ve alot of area for cultivating the stevia. I also interested on it. what kind of advice do you need? For farther discussion, please email me.

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Novi April 14, 2011 at 12:33 pm

Dear sir,

I live in Indonesia, and I’m very interested in planting stevia. Can you tell me where to buy the seeds ?
How many type of stevia d u have ? Cuz I read the website from SUN FRUITS that claims they are the only one who have no bitter aftertaste.

my email : lunna00@hotmail.com
my cellph : +62-813-318-77077

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jafar April 14, 2011 at 5:03 am

Hi there
How much is the percentage of germination stevia seed.
Can I product transplant by seed?
Myself ,Can I production Transplant in greenhouse or I must prepared tissue culture plantlets?
thank you
jafar

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Andrea McGilvray April 11, 2011 at 3:24 am

I have Stevia plants here in Bandera Texas, (close to San Antonio Texas) If anyone is looking for some close by, I have plants and will sell cuttings. Please let me know if I can be of help! My tel# is 210-413-7392.

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TomT April 7, 2011 at 2:45 pm

Lowe’s has the herb in potts $1/3.48 here in Central Mississippi

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Caroine May 9, 2011 at 7:30 pm

I too found Stevia plants at Lowe’s in my town. They had small ones (6″) and large ones (12″). I live in Florida.

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Teri May 10, 2011 at 2:09 pm

I too found plants at Lowe’s. We are near Memphis, TN

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My4gbs June 5, 2011 at 3:38 pm

I also found Stevia at Lowe’s in Modesto CA

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Catherine June 12, 2011 at 4:49 pm

I was thrilled to find Stevia plants at my local Walmart in Rutland, VT…$3.33 for a 5″ pot with 4 cuttings in the pot. It looks like it is becoming more available in more areas.

Renee June 24, 2011 at 3:36 pm

For any of you living in the Boise area, you can find plants at Edward’s Nursery. I have my stevia in the house on the kitchen table…it’s doing just fine, and I live in the mountains. The night temps are around 40 degrees in the summer, and it’s been recommended to keep them inside below 57.

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Shrestha Kamal Narayan April 6, 2011 at 7:05 am

Dear sir/madam,
My company is engaged in organic herb,tea&coffee. Could you plz tell me how can i get the seeds (source, price N farming method. My mobile no is 9779846133069.

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Isabella Marie April 3, 2011 at 5:04 am

I love this little plant! im currently in the process of growing my little darlings. im very thankful for the information! this will defenitely help me. thanks a bunch! -Isabella

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Sagendra Maharjan March 30, 2011 at 5:24 pm

Dear Sir
I want to try the growing stevia. How to grow stevia. i want to learn details. Sir teach me.
i hope that Sir teaching the stevia.
thanks!

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Allison Diung Kunyir March 30, 2011 at 6:00 am

I am intereted to know more about Stivea.Please let me know the followings:
1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per acre?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7.Any other relevant information?

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james walter April 22, 2011 at 7:00 am

have same questions..please forward worthwhile responses. thank you. I also will do the same.

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M. Farhad May 27, 2011 at 3:31 pm

I am intereted to know about Stivea.Please let me know the followings:
1.Where can I get the seeds?
2.How many plants per acre?
3.What is the production per acre?
4.What is the cost to start per acre?
5.Any overseas market?
6.How big is an area when it is economically feasible?
7.Any other relevant information?
8. I am from Bangladesh.

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MD.MONTASIR GALIVE March 29, 2011 at 6:56 am

i am galive and interested for stevia growing in bangladesh.i have an own land…..please know me how can i grow …..
mobile number:+8801711180983
email add:montasirgalive@gmail.com

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MD.MONTASIR GALIVE March 29, 2011 at 6:52 am

i am galive from bangladesh.i am interested for stevia growing in Greece.i have an own land.
mobile number:+8801711180983
email add:montasirgalive@gmail.com

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Liaqat Malik March 28, 2011 at 4:45 pm

We are interested for stevia growing in Greece, can any one support for ??
Can any one provide seeds/plants??

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Mohamedsadiqali March 14, 2011 at 6:28 am

WHAT IS THE CHANCE TO DO FARMING OF STEVIA IN KERALA AND TAMIL NADU

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Amit April 14, 2011 at 3:25 am

Dear

you can cultivate stevia in any kind of soil with tumperature between 10 to 45 C

Please right down below & let me inform my contact no is- 09044691079 & same e-mail id

Total Expense for one acre
(Rs.)
Ploughing of land by tractor 500
Neemcake (100 kg / acre) 800
Vermi compost (400 per tali with labor) 4000
Man power for plantation 700
Expense for making bed 800
Expense for irrigation 500
Papaya (600) 2000
Purchasing of Stevia plant 45000
Other expenses

There is the list of total expense during plantation.
There are four cutting in a year means we can sellout stevia leaves four times in year.
Expense and outcome till first cutting:-
One labor is required for one acre for take care up to three month.
Required irrigation till 3 month
12 time × 300 = 3600
1 labor (1800) × 3 =5400
After 3 month we will get the stevia lease. It is expected that we can get till 7 gm leaves from 1 plant but we are assuming that if we will get 7 gm dry leaves from 1 plant the from 30000 plant we will get
30000×7gm = 210.000kg/acre/cutting
The price of 1 kg of leaves is Rs.120.
210 kg ×Rs.120 =Rs 25200
Cultivation practices of Stevia

Home : Stevia Cultivation

Soil Type and land preparation:
Stevia plant grow best in rich, well drained soils like red and sandy loam soils. The soil should be of fine tilt and natural ph. level. The land should be initially harrowed and then ploughed to break down the clods .The site should not be susceptible to flooding of or pudding. The raised bed should be of 15 cm (height)and 60 cm (width).The distance between two rows should be 40 cm and that between each plant 30 cm. This would give a plant population of around 20,000 to 25,000/per acre.

Irrigation:
Micro sprinklers/drip are the best method of irrigating Stevia plants to avoid damage by excessive levels of moisture. Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months while during winter months as the bed starts loosing moisture.

Fertilizer:
Stevia plants responds well to fertilizers with lower nitrogen content than fertilizer with Phosphoric Acids or potash content. Most organic fertilizers would work well since they release Nitrogen slowly. Since the feeder roots of Stevia plant tend to be very near to the surface, It is a good idea to add Compost for extra Nutrients if the soil is Sandy .Sustainable FYM, Wormi compost ,Organic manure/Cow Urine .02% flier
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Cultivation practices of stevia

Home : Stevia Cultivation

Soil Type and land preparation:
Stevia plant grow best in rich, well drained soils like red and sandy loam soils. The soil should be of fine tilt and natural ph. level. The land should be initially harrowed and then ploughed to break down the clods .The site should not be susceptible to flooding of or pudding. The raised bed should be of 15 cm (height)and 60 cm (width).The distance between two rows should be 40 cm and that between each plant 30 cm. This would give a plant population of around 20,000 to 25,000/per acre.

Irrigation:
Micro sprinklers/drip are the best method of irrigating Stevia plants to avoid damage by excessive levels of moisture. Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months while during winter months as the bed starts loosing moisture.

Fertilizer:
Stevia plants responds well to fertilizers with lower nitrogen content than fertilizer with Phosphoric Acids or potash content. Most organic fertilizers would work well since they release Nitrogen slowly. Since the feeder roots of Stevia plant tend to be very near to the surface, It is a good idea to add Compost for extra Nutrients if the soil is Sandy .Sustainable FYM, Wormi compost ,Organic manure/Cow Urine .02% folier spray may be the recommended dose. Nitrogen application is a must for the production of dry matter and good harvest of leaves.

Deweeding and maintenance:
There is no pest and disease incidence in this crop. In case any disease symptom is noticed, spraying of neem oil diluted in water is the best organic method. Removal of weeds can be done manually. Since the crop is grown on raised beds, interculture operations are easier by manual labor. Flowering of the plant should be avoided. Pinching of the apical bud would enhance bushy growth of the plant with side branches.

Harvesting:
First harvest can be made after 4-5 months while the subsequent harvest can be made every 3 months for 3 years. The plant are cut just before flowering as the sweetener in the leaf is the maximum at that time. Leaves are harvested by plucking in a small quantity or the entire plant with the side branches is cut leaving 10 to 15cm from the base. The expected yield would be 2700 kgs of dried leaves per acre.

Post Harvest:
The harvested branches are dried in shade and the dried leaves are stripped off from the branches.The dried leaves are powdered sieved and the fine powder is stored in containers.

You can get complete technical information from the national Medicinal plants board or the nearest Horticulture department.

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Georgia March 13, 2011 at 9:10 pm

I am from Greece and I am interesting in planting Stevia in my field. I need technical & financial supports and more information on how to grow and must know the markets values and spaces..

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Liaqat Malik March 28, 2011 at 4:47 pm

You can approach Agricultural University in Athens, I am also living in Athens and got few grams seeds from them?? May be they will help you. The climiate of Greece is suitable for growing this plant. You can contact me +306956738105, may be we cooperate.

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Dorian March 12, 2011 at 4:35 am

We are active Stevia growers in a handful of countries around the world using both contract farming and plantation methods.

Our group is looking for farmers and/or land owners to partner with to grow our varieties of Stevia.

Please contact us if interested: dorianbanks@gmail.com

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soule bangprain March 15, 2011 at 2:44 pm

We are installed in the Loei province thailand where we are growing organic rice and herbs. We are also managing a large group of small scale farmers All certified bio EU and organic US and fair Trade. From september to april we did not have rain but we have enough water ressources to irrigate plants as red hibiscus, lemon grass. 60 % of the land is gentle slope and 40% to grow black glutinus rice and after soja. On slope area we grown sugar cane and lemon grass and would like to add among stevia
Let me know the conditions to grow organic stevia
Henri Soule

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dr takdir singh March 4, 2011 at 10:21 am

i intersted in grow stivia plants in farm plz yell me all detel .how to cultiwet and sale , markit .per acr cost .

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Dadasaheb Bidgar March 3, 2011 at 4:28 pm

Please Send Details @ Steviya
Plant Per Acre
cost of per plant
Cost of plant for per acre
Tranportation Cost From ………. to In between Pune & Solapur Maharastra
Approximate gm per plant
In how many time in years
Rate of dry
liquid making in one kg dry weight
rate of liquid

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Priyanka July 12, 2013 at 10:46 am

Dear Sir,

We are Pune based company provides all type of Medicinal Plants. we are the largest supplier for stevia plants.
We provide stevia plants with best quality , high germination rate contain maximum Rebudiside & Stevioside content.
If you any doubts or questions you may write or contact us on sale.globalagro@gmail.com nad +91 9769772707.

Sincerely,
Priyanka

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Bertola March 3, 2011 at 12:42 pm

Please let me know information about Stevia in Africa, in Burundi.
Thank you

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Amit singh March 1, 2011 at 1:58 pm

To,

Dear Madam/Sir

*Subject: – Stevia plant for sale* (Rs.1.50 + transportation cost till
your local destination)

We take pleasure in introducing ourselves as pioneers in Stevia (the
only anti diabetic sweetener) in India. As you would be aware that
Stevia is now poised to become single largest zero calorie sweeter in the world.
I, Amit Kumar Singh from Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) have a firm “Carrier
Watch Education pvt ltd”. And we provide consultancy services since
last eight years for admission of MBBS. And now we are entering in
field of medicinal plant and going to do nursery at large scale .Our
new venture name is
“Sparsh herbal pvt ltd”
Dear, we have nursery of Stevia plant on commercialize basis in Uttar
Pradesh & Madhya Pradesh & ready for supplying the plant. We have
capacity of 1.2 cr. plant right now.
Sir the rate of Stevia plant is Rs.1.50 & it would be up & down as per
order quantity.
Sir, we are looking a company for supplying the plant so that we would
able to make a strong channel partner. If you have any kind of query
or order for sale of Stevia then please let me inform me I will make
arrangement of plant at your lead time.

Any kind attention on this offer is highly respected.

We hope a positive response on our offer looking forward for long term
association with you.
Thanking You,
Regards,
Amit Kumar Singh
Manager – Operations
(Sparsh Herbal Pvt. Ltd.)
E-mail:- sparshherbals@gmail.com
Phone no: – 09450033492
09044691079

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Irfan Nazar April 2, 2011 at 9:10 am

Dear Amit,

I am interested to cultivate stevia plant at a trial basis, so i need a small quantity of healthy plants, here in Karachi,Pakistan.would you supply me some plants so I can try them here.Give me rate per plant coasts me in Karachi.

Thanks.
Best Regards,
Irfan Nazar

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Daud Jalaluddin- email: dj_ddin@yahoo.com July 17, 2011 at 1:49 am

Dear Amit, I’m from Sabah, Malaysia. I also interested to plant the stevia. So I need the stevia plant from you.
Please give me how to order, price and cost of freight. for further information, please email me.

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kiran sigdel April 26, 2013 at 9:29 am

kindly send me details plans as following address
Center for Agriculture Enterprises Nepal
GPO box9181 Kathmandu
sigdelkiran@gmail.com

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litz February 24, 2011 at 3:09 pm

what is the temperature requirement for stevia?

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riles February 21, 2011 at 11:04 pm

how can i get seeds from my own plants?

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noel February 22, 2011 at 10:45 am

we have the same question riles. have someone answered you already?

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Dorian March 12, 2011 at 4:38 am

Seeds are not appropriate for growing Stevia as they have a very poor germination rate (<10%).

Almost all farm & plantations use cuttings from older plants.

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Sue March 24, 2011 at 6:59 pm

okay so you put the cuttings in water, wait for the roots to shoot then you can plant?

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Dr Zaki March 27, 2011 at 2:48 pm

Cut shoot tips with about 3-5 leaves. The bottom tip must be just below a leaf node and stick it in loose top soil. Keep the soil watered but not saturated. Roots will sprout after about a week.

Fisal Haji Mohamad July 16, 2011 at 5:51 pm

Agreed with Dr Zaki explanation

Niroj February 16, 2011 at 12:18 pm

I’m from Nepal, kathmandu, I have hectors of land, and I am interested in planting Stevia plant in my field. I need technical & financial supports and more information on how to grow and must know the markets values and spaces…

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kiran sigdel April 26, 2013 at 9:20 am

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तालीमको विशेषता
• विशेषज्ञद्वारा १हप्ते पुर्ण प्याकेज कार्यक्रम र प्रमाणपत्र
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तालीमको अग्रीम तथा खेती वुकिª र फारमको लागि सर्म्पर्क
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mike February 16, 2011 at 6:30 am

How can I mail order seeds–I live oversees

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akana valentine February 15, 2011 at 4:45 pm

pls I would need a text on the production granulated sugar from stevia plant. Thanks

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md hussin yunus February 11, 2011 at 11:23 am

I am going to try to planting stevia, how to do

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alam December 15, 2011 at 12:56 pm

Medicinal Properties of Stevia
Stevia is versatile herb with incredible sweetness that can be safely used in herbal medicines; tonics for diabetic patients and
also in the daily usage products, Stevia leaves can be used because of its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial property. Mild stevia
leaf tea offers excellent relief for an upset stomach.
A wet Stevia leaf bag provides a cooling effect on eyes (similar to using cucumber). The leaves effectively tighten the skin
and are good for wrinkles. Stevia has proved to give exceptional benefits when used regularly in skin care. It also has a
healing effect on blemishes, wounds, cuts and scratches.
Stevia is helpful in weight and blood pressure management. It has also been reported that stevia lowers incident of colds and
flu.
Commercial Cultivation
You need not be a South American farmer to be a successful Stevia grower. A short day plant, it only researches a height of
45 cm in three months. The concentration of Stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increases when the plants are grown under
long day condition.
Stevia grows best in upland areas in sub-tropical climate. In other places it can be grown as an annual. The plant prefers a
lightly textured, well-drained soil to which organic matter has been added. It needs ample water so that the soil is
consistently moist, but not wet. In hot, sunny climates it will do best in semi-shade. Propagation is from seed sown in spring,
but germination rates can be low-expect half the seeds sown not to germinate. Plant seedlings out once all danger of frost is
over. Leaves are best harvested just before flowering. The plants will also grow from cuttings, which are best taken in late
winter.
The concentration of stevioside in the leaves of Stevia increasing when the plants are grown under long day condition.
While, cultivating stevia on a large scale, it can be grown in well-drained red soil and sandy loam soil. The soil should be in
the pH range of 6.5-7.5. Saline soils should be avoided to cultivate this plant.
Stevia can be successfully cultivated al l around the year all over India expect the areas, which receive snowfall, or
temperatures go below 5 degree celcius in winter. The summer temperatures actually do not affect this plant if the high
summer temperatures have already been factored in the cult ivation practices.
Since seed germination rate is very poor, it is propagated vegetatively. Though stem cuttings are used for vegetative tissue
culture plants have proven to be the best planting material for Stevia. Tissue culture plants of Stevia are genetically pure,
free from pathogens and have excellent vigour. The tissue culture plants can be planted throughout the year, expect during
peak summer. An ideal planting density is 30,000 plants per acre with spacing of 25×40 cm in a raised bed system. The soil
can be enriched with a basal dressing of 25 tons of well rotten farmyard manure/hectare.
Land preparation
Land should be ploughed initially with a disc plough or harrowed to break down the colds. Fine tilth is required. One to two
times ploughing has to be done after harrowing. Around 25 MT of FYM/Ac has to be applied as a basal dressing during the
last ploughing to incorporate the manure with soil.
Soil Type
Stevia requires very good drainage any soil that retain the moisture for very long period of time are unsuitable for Stevia
cultivation and should be religiously avoided. Similarly black cotton soils with very heavy clay content should also be
avoided. It is mandatory that before planting, each and every soil sample should be properly tested and analyzed by an
expert. Red soil and sandy loam with a 6-7 pH are best for the cultivation of Stevia.
Raised bed preparation
Forming raised beds is the most economical way to grow Stevia. The raised bed should be of 15 cm in height and 60 cm in
width. The distance between each plant 23 cm. This would give a plant population of around 30,000 per acre.
Planting
Stevia can be planted in many ways. The types of agronomic practices generally depend on type of soil and climate
conditions. Generally it is advisable to plant minimum of 40,000 plants per acre. Since the economical part is the leaves it is
very important to achieve highest vegetative growth.
Planting Material
There are basically two options for multiplication. The first is the tissue culture and second the stem cutting. Tissue culture
is the best option but many farmers are tempted to try the stem cutting method for multiplication. As per practical
experience, stem cutting is sometimes more expensive to produce than the tissue culture since the success rat e of the stem
cuttings establishment is very low, it takes minimum of 25 weeks for the stem cutting to develop in proper feeding roots for
transplantation (younger stem cuttings transplants have shown more than 50% mortality in first few weeks of transplants in
main field). It is also noticed that Stevioside content of the stem cutting plants is lower by at least cutting plants is lower by
at least 2% points in Indian conditions.
Plant Varieties
There are about 90 varieties of stevia rebaudiana developed all around the world. Basically all these varieties have been
developed for different climate requirements, many times these varieties perform strangely in different climate conditions.
At the end of the day, just like sugarcane, it is the stevioside and rebaudioside content in the Stevia leaves that determine the
price and marketability of Stevia leaves. In many causes in south India it was observes that stevioside content was as low as
3.5%, which was below the minimum market requirement of 9%. Hence it becomes imperative that the grower selects
proper varieties with adequate guarantees from the planting material suppliers about minimum assured stevioside and
rebaudioside contents.
Irrigation
Stevia requires ample supply of good water all year around. As the plant cannot tolerate drought, frequent irrigation is
required Micro sprinklers are the best method of irrigation would not supply the required amount of water at the right time.
So through micro sprinklers, the water can be sprinklers, the water can be sprinkled once in a day in winter and two to four
times in a day in summer depending upon the heat and relative humidity in the air. Watering frequency should be scheduled
so that the plants do no wilt for want of water.
Fertilizer application
The recommended dose of fertilizer is 110:45:45 NPK/ac. This requires 4½ bags of urea, 2 bags of DAP and 2 bags of
Potash. The entire dose of DAP is applied as the basal dressing. The Nitrogen and Potash fertilizer can be split and applied
as 10 doses in every month. Nitrogen application is a must for the production of dry matters.
Plant protection
Organic gardeners in particular should find stevia an ideal addition to their yield. Though nontoxic, stevia plants have been
found to have insect-repelling tendencies. Their very sweetness, in fact, may be a kind of natural defense mechanism against
aphids and other bugs that find it not to their taste. Perhaps that’s why crop-devouring grasshoppers have been reported to
bypass stevia under cultivation. In case any disease symptoms are noticed, spraying of neem oil diluted in water is the best
organic method.
Weeding
Removal of weeds can be done manually. Since the crop is grown in raised beds, intercultural operations are easier by
manual labour.
Maintenance
Stevia plants do best in a rich, loamy soil-the same kind in which common garden-variety plants thrive. Since the feeder
roots tend to be quite near the surface, it is good idea to add compost for extra nutrients if the soil in your area is sandy.
Besides being sensitive to cold during their development stage, the roots can be also be adversely affected by excessive
levels of moisture. So take care not to over-water them and to make sure the soil in which they are planted drains easily and
isn’t soggy or subject to flooding.
Frequent light watering is recommended during the summer months. Adding a layer of compost or your favourite mulch
around each Stevia plant will help keep the shallow feeder roots from drying out.
Stevia plants respond well to fertilizers with lower nitrogen content than the fertilizer’s phosphoric acid or potash content.
Most organic fertilizers would work well, since they release nitrogen slowly.
Flowering of the plant should be avoided. Since Stevia has a significant apical dominance, the plant tends to grow tall and
lanky. Pinching of the apical bud would enhance bushy growth of the plant with side branches.
Harvesting
Depending on climate conditions one can achieve the yields of 2000-4000 Kilos in three to six harvests annually. Another
important aspect of harvesting is the timing of harvest. It should be noted that at no point of time plants should be allowed to
flower since after flowering the Stevioside percentage goes down rapidly and leaves are rendered unmarketable. Leaves are
harvested by plucking in a small quantity, or the entire plant with the side branches is cut leaving 10 to 15 cm from the base.
The first harvesting can be done four to five months after planting. Subsequent harvesting can be done every three months,
for three consecutive years. The sweetener in the leaf is maximum till the plant flowers. Just before flowering, the plant
should be cut completely leaving 10 cm from the ground. The new flush of leaves will sprout from here. The new plant will
be ready for harvest again in three months. The plant yields around 3000 kg of dried leaves from an acre of plantation every
year. Harvesting should be done as late as possible, since cool autumn temperatures and shorter days tend to intensify the
sweetness of the plants as they evolve into a reproductive state.
Unlocking the sweetness in your harvest
Once all leaves have been harvested it’s required to dry them. This can be accomplished on a net. The drying process is not
one that requires excessive heat; more important is good air circulat ion. On a moderately warm fall day, stevia crop can be
quick dried in the full sun in about 12 hours. (Drying times longer than that will lower the stevioside content of the final
product.)
Crushing the dried leaves is the final step in releasing stevia’s sweetening power. The dried leaves are powdered, sieved and
the fine powder is stored in containers. This can be done either by hand or, for greater effect, in a coffee grinder or in a
special blender for herbs.
Fresh Stevia leaves
This form of stevia is the herb in its most natural, unrefined state. A leaf picked from a stevia plant and chewed will impart
an extremely sweet taste sensation reminiscent of licorice that lasts for quite a while. For stevia to have a more practical
application as a tea or sweetener, the leaves must be dried or put through an extraction process, which makes the sweet taste
even more potent.
Dried leaves
For more of the flavour and sweet constituents of the stevia leaf to be released, drying and crushing is necessary. A dried
leaf is considerably sweetener than a fresh one, and is the form of stevia used in brewing herbal tea.
Stevia extracts
The form in which Stevia is primarily used as a sweetener in Japan is that of a white powdered extract. In this form it is
approximately 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar (by weight). This white powder is an extract of the sweet glycosides
(natural sweetening agents) in the Stevia leaf.
Not all Stevia extract powders are the same. The taste, sweetness and cost of the various white stevia powders will likely
depend on their degree of refinement and the quality of the stevia plant used. Since extracted stevia powder is so intensely
sweet, it is always recommend that it be used by the pinch (or drop if diluted in water). Once mixed, this solution should be
stored in the refrigerator.
Liquid concentrates
These come in several forms. There’s a syrup black liquid (that result from boiling the leaves in water), which can enhance
the flavour of many foods. Steeping stevia leaves in distilled water or a mix of water and grain alcohol makes another type.

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jignesh desai February 11, 2011 at 9:00 am

can i grow stevia with hydroponics method ?
If yes then how its possible ?
please give me a reply.

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Alam +91 08976352031 January 4, 2012 at 12:07 pm

yes

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Joyce February 8, 2011 at 2:28 pm

Love this, I am very interested in growing Stevia for my own use.

Thanks,
Joyce

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