Teak Tissue Culture
Teak (Tectona grandis) is a tropical hardwood tree species placed in the flowering plant family Lamiaceae. Tectona grandis is a large, deciduous tree that occurs in mixed hardwood forests.
The Teak plantation is susceptible to various diseases such as:
- Leaf blight
- Leaf rust
- Leaf spots
- Powdery mildew
We at Hybrid Agri use the plant tissue culture technology not only help you protect your yield from such diseases but also help you maximize the yield. With international boycotts of harvesting natural teak, the only alternative supply is cultivated plantations.
Our teak trees are grown from tissue culture and selected certified seed which when cultivated using our intensive husbandry methods can be harvested within 7 to 9 yrs cycles or else according to demand. Tissue cultivation allows for faster planting cycles of between 7 to 9 years as per the demand of the market, rather than 20-25 years. This proven method also delivers consistent tree quality which in turn gives higher yields and quality. Good & Safe Investment and Big Return in 7-9 Years At just six months teak trees are already approximately 10 feet high. By year 2 they are well established as young durable trees starting to gain considerable canopy mass and reach maturity at 7 to 9 years accordingly.
We help to develop the plants in Sterile Containers as for its easy movement and also protect it from pests and diseases. Teak Cultivation is an ever-growing market in India and we help you to reach the standards. Teak tissue culture is very important due to its vulnerability to Pests and Diseases. We use state of art technology to produce best and quality yield and make sure that you have a great experience of the tissue culture Technology. Fully grown plants are sold in Polybags or in Jiffy plugs. As Jiffy plugs are lightweight they can be easily transported even in carton boxes to longer distances.