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The Ajwain plant produces oval seeds which have a bitter and pungent taste. Growing Ajwain plants is a low cost and easy process.
Trachyspermum ammi, popularly known as Ajwain or Omam is an annual herb which belongs to the family called Apiaceae.
The the Ajwain plant produces oval seeds which have a bitter and pungent taste.
Most of ajwain cultivation is done in Iran and India.
Ajwain is used in Ayurvedic medicines mainly said to be helpful in treating stomach related disorders.
Growing Ajwain plants is a low cost and easy process.
The most suitable time for sowing Ajwain is during early August.
It requires clipping or trimming off branches from time to time to keep the growth of the plant in check.
The amount of water required by the plant for healthy growth depends on the season.
In summer it requires a higher amount of water as compared to winter.
The Ajwain plant likes the soil to be moist, so watering frequency should be such that the soil never loses moisture.
Overwatering these plants may be of great danger as they cannot survive in waterlogged soil.
These plants grow well in acidic as well as neutral soil, also in clay loam or sand but they should all have good draining capability.
The ajwain plants grow well even in complete sunlight but a partial sun and partial shade should be preferred more.
These plants produce white flowers, with a pinkish mark on each petal.
Flowering is generally observed in march.
The Ajwain plant is a herb, hence occupies very less space making it ideal for home gardening.
Before sowing the soil needs to be mixed with a good amount of manure.
These herbs can be affected by fungal growth, pests etc.
These can be avoided or cured by using an appropriate fertilizer.