Introduction
 

Our company, Dharani Forestry & Orchards Limited is the first largest Organic & Sustainable Dryland Horticulture Farm in India, located in 400 hectares at Punugodu Village, Kanigiri (Mandal) a remote area of Prakasam District, Andhra Pradesh, was established in 1995.
Dharani Forestry and Orchards Limited is one of the world’s largest Soap Nut (Sapindus Trifoliatus) cultivators and herbal plantation and formulations of herbal medicines. We are producers and manufacturers of herbal & Ayurvedic bulk drug products for the local market and international market.

Our largest farm in India has 36,000 Soapnut trees, 2,400 Amla trees, 2,000 Neem trees, 5,000 Teak wood trees, 5,000 Red Sandal trees which are 100% Organically cultivated and chemical free. The Soapnut, Amla and Neem plantation at Dharani, which reap the highest yield, reflects the greatness of Agro technical methods applied.

We acquired 1,000 acres of Dry land in 1986, and by using well planned Agro Forestry Interventions, timely Pruning and ulching Operations, for more than 20 years, achieved a lush green plantation which reflects the glow of health and nature's goodness.

Our Horticulture farm achieved the greatest savings in Fossil Energy Consumption and thus in Co2 emissions by adopting labour intensive production techniques within the system of Organic Farming. With a noble idea to improve Dry land into Agro Forest as an antipollution measure and to reach the Optimum level of Environmental safety and Ecological protection. The mixed plantation methods adopted at Dharani helps 100% Biological Control in Horticulture management.

 
    SOAPNUT
 
Soapnuts are also known as Soapberries or soap pods. Soap Nuts are actually not nuts, they are a shelled seed or berry - it's the shells that we use. They grow wild in Nepal and India and are a natural source of high quality Saponin. The seeds are useless unless you want to grow a soapberry tree, although they do have uses other than cleaning, but they contain no saponin.
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  AMLA
 
Amla is highly nutritious and is an important dietary source of Vitamin C, minerals and amino acids. The edible fruit tissue contains protein concentration 3-fold and ascorbic acid concentration 160-fold compared to that of the apple. The fruit also contains considerably higher concentration of most minerals and amino acids than apples. Amla fruit ash contains chromium, 2.5; zinc, 4; and copper, 3 ppm. Presence of chromium is of therapeutic value in diabetes. Fruit also contains phyllemblin and curcuminoides. The fruit contained 482.14 units of superoxide dismutase/g fresh weight, and exhibited antisenescent activity. The seed oil contains 64.8% linolenic acid and closely resembles linseed oil. Not surprisingly, Amla's reputation is supported by scientific studies confirming its immunity-boosting properties.
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