Cinnamomum zeylanicum

 

100% Fresh

Type : Seeds

Quantity : 50 seeds

 

The entire world is familiar with the sweet and pungent taste of cinnamon.Cinnamon is the common name for the trees and shrubs that belong to the genus Cinnamomum of the Laurel family (Lauraceae).

 

The world best ceylon cinnamon seeds we harvested from our garden.So We can supply fresh cinnamon seeds. We give the certificate to this seeds are 100% very fresh and good germination. We can supply cinnamon seeds any quantity any time.

Fresh Ceylon Cinnamon Seeds "50 Seeds"

$30.00Price



  • Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume
    Family Lauraceae


    Soils
    Cinnamon can be grown in various types of soils varying from silver sands in Negambo to loamy and lateritic gravelly soils in Southern costal belt and interior. The bark quality is influenced by soil and climatic factors and the best quality cinnamon is produced in white sandy soil in Negombo area. However, the best grade cinnamon called “Alba” is mainly produced in Red Yellow Podzolic soils in South-western region of Sri Lanka. Cinnamon needs a deep soil but cinnamon roots can penetrate even through the cracks of the parent material to deeper layers.


    Climate
    Cinnamon is commercially grown in coastal belts in Sri Lanka and spread to interior part of the country where elevation is increased up to about 250 above MSL. Naturally cinnamon has been found in central hilly area of Sri Lanka the elevation increased up to about 500m amsl. Until to date it can be found in Sinharaja and Knuckles forest reserve. Wet zone is ideal for the successful growth of cinnamon but it can be grown commercially in Intermediate zones of mid and low country, where annual rainfall is more than 1750mm. However it is not suitable for areas with prolong dry periods.
    Cinnamon is sun loving plant and high sun shine is needed.
    The most suitable temperature is between 250C- 320C .
    Rainfall should be in the region of 1,750-3,500 mm per annum.


    Crop establishment


    Planting materials
    Cinnamon is usually propagated by seeds in large scale. Vegetative propagation through stem cuttings is feasible. Well ripened seeds are selected, thoroughly washed to remove pericarp and plant in 12.5 x20.0cm poly bags filled with equal parts of top soil, cow dung, sand and coir dust.
    Five to eight seeds are planted in a bag but thinning out is done to keep 4-5 vigorous plants after about two months.
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