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Morinda citrifolia (Indian Mulberry seed) Sheffield's Seed Co., Inc.
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Morinda citrifolia

Indian Mulberry, Noni

In Stock: 0.558 lb (Total:0.558lb)
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0.56 lb
Morinda citrifolia

Details

Germination:
67%
Germination test:
cut
Purity:
99%
Seeds per lb:
16,800
Quantity:
0.56 lb
Collected in:
China
Crop year:
2022
Min. hardiness zone:
10
Item ID:
1832295

Growing Info

Scarification
Scarification: Carefully cut the pointy end of the seed. Soak in water for 1-2 days.
Stratification
Stratification: none required
Germination
Germination: sow seed 3/8" deep, tamp the soil, keep moist, mulch the seed bed.

Other: Germination tends to be slow, Germinates faster in warmer temperatures.|Needs hot temperature to germinate. 85 degrees F recommended. 

Morinda citrifolia, known as Indian Mulberry or Noni, is a fruit-bearing tree in the coffee family with a native range spanning Southeast Asia and Australasia. Its fruit has been consumed by indigenous peoples as famine food and is used in traditional medicine. Morinda citrifolia grows in a variety of habitats, from forests to rocky or sandy shores. It is tolerant of saline soils, drought conditions, and secondary soils. The oval-shaped fruit has a pungent odor when ripening and can reach up to 18 centimeters in size. The fruit is eaten raw or cooked and the seeds can be roasted and eaten. In addition to its use as food and medicine, Morinda bark produces a dye for making batik while the root extract produces a yellowish cloth dye in Hawaii. Morinda citrifolia contains lignans, flavonoids, fatty acids, and alkaloids, although further research is needed to understand their effects on human health. The fruit has been introduced in various formats, such as capsules, skin products, and juices, as a supplement in the consumer market.

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