Introduction of Isabgol Cultivation:- Isabgol is also known as ispaghula or psyllium. Psyllium seed husks are portions of the seeds of the plant Isabgol plantago ovata. Isabgol is a short-stemmed medicinal annual herb that grows up to a height of 35 to 40 cm. Isabgol plantago ovate forsk is mainly grown for its seeds.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. A study was conducted during Rabi and to increase the productivity of isabgol Plantago ovata , an important cash crop in western Rajasthan during Rabi season.
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