The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, one of the six union territories that India has is situated in the Bay of Bengal
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, one of the six union territories that India has is situated in the Bay of Bengal. Out of 527 islands here, only 38 of them are inhabited by the human population. The two major islands, Andaman and Nicobar are separated by a distance of 300 kms. 92% of the islands are covered with lush green forests. With Arakanmayo mountain range taking the islands in its porch, the islands are a picturesque description of the beauty of the Mother Nature. Agriculture in the islands has undergone a marked change in the last few years. With typically tropical climate residing in the islands, the capital city of the islands Port Blair experiences a minimum temperature of 24 degree Celsius and a maximum temperature of 30 degree Celsius every year. Humidity does not cross the 80% mark in the islands over the whole year. The islands experience rainfall from the month of May. It is visited by South-west and North-east monsoon. It continues till the month of November with an average rainfall of 3200 – 3250 mm annually. There are three kinds of soil found on the islands – Entisols, Inceptisols and Alfisols. The primary agricultural soils are found in the valleys of the region. The soil in the valley are of alluvial and colluvial origin. All these conditions make the Andaman and Nicobar Islands suitable for agricultural practices to a great extent. This is the reason why our Andaman plantations have been able to prosper in the islands since its inception in 1955.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Port Blair are the major areas of all plantation activities carried out for andaman plantations. We are the largest private planters on the island cultivating Coconut, Arecanut, Noni, Black Pepper, Cloves and Cardamom. Minnebay, Mithakhari, Bambooflat, Chunnabhatta and North Bay are the five Andaman Plantations spread over a plantation area which is more than 1200 acres in the island. All these plantations are accessible both by road and sea routes and are in close proximity to the island’s airport and its capital city of Port Blair. We have forayed into value added and end products and have established ourselves in a diverse group of crop portfolio to cater to diverse end user segments. We process our Coconut into Copra and Noni into Noni dried fruit exporter in vietnam powder and Noni extract which we use for making Noni juice and Noni capsules. With our registered office in Kolkata, and regular ship and flight connectivity to both Chennai and Kolkata, we are supplying our products go to all corners of the nation. A team of around 100 experienced agricultural and management experts are engaged in the whole process of the Andaman Plantations.
The most important plant found in the Andaman Plantations is Noni. A Noni fruit is considered to be a revolutionary fruit which helps in enhancing the human immune system, deliver superior antioxidants and increase energy and stamina in the human body. The Andaman Noni is indigenous to Andaman and Nicobar Islands and its volcanic soil and the climatic conditions in the island favour its growth here. We are the largest cultivators of Noni here with over 10,000 yielding Noni plants, all organically grown. Our tests have shown that the active ingredients- ProXeronine, Xeronine, Anthraquonine, Vitamin C and other active compounds responsible for health benefits are far higher in Andaman Noni. Ripe Noni fruits are naturally dried to get concentrated noni dry fruits after the loss of moisture. Made from the whole Noni fruit, this sun dried organic Noni dry powder is all natural and contains no additives. The medicinal quality remains identical to the natural Noni.
Siya Malik is an advisor in Andaman Plantations. She is engaged andaman plantations, andaman plantation and andaman tourism cultivating andaman noni, noni dry fruits, noni juice, noni capsules, noni fruits, noni dried powder and noni extract. For more details about Andaman plantations visit website Fruits Are Naturally Dried to Get Concentrated Noni Dried Fruits After The Loss of Moisture