Mahua longifolia is an Indian tropical tree found largely in the central and north Indian plains and forests. It is commonly known as mahuwa, mahua, mahwa, mohulo, or Iluppai or vippa chettu. It is a fast-growing tree that grows to approximately 20 meters in height, possesses evergreen or semi-evergreen foliage, and belongs to the family Sapotaceae. It is adaptable to arid environments, being a prominent tree in tropical mixed deciduous forests in India
|Key Feature||Expect 90 to 100 % Germination Rate
Mature Seeds collected from 20 – 30 years Old Trees.
|Uses||• Used for the care of the skin, to manufacture soap or detergents, and as a vegetable butter
• The seed cakes obtained after extraction of oil constitute very good fertilizer. The mahuva flower is edible and is a food item for tribal. They use it to make syrup for medicinal purposes