Harvesting and Management Moringa

Harvest Moringa Moringa Oleifera OrgánicaEn, Foliage cutting is performed at intervals of 45 a 60 days, age at which the plant has the most nutrients. However, both Moringa and other cultivated species are evaluating different harvesting techniques, such as cutting the stems with scissors or machete, o bien, by manual defoliation.

All species are handled by having natural regrowth after cutting plants (coppice, sprout). All actions are part of an adaptive management approach (adaptive management), which allows constant evaluation of the actions undertaken and necessary adjustments to get the desired results.