Chevari leaves are rich in calcium, protein and phosphorus.
Shaving helps to stop soil erosion.
Chewing gum contains 18.2 per cent digestible protein and 56.81 per cent total digestible matter.
Perennial 4 years Multi cut Pest and disease free
4 kg seed per acre
Shawri can be grown as a perennial dicotyledonous fodder crop up to 6 m tall and fast growing.
Cultivation method: - It can be planted on the embankment or on the side of the embankment. Also, if fodder is to be planted on vacant land, it can be planted densely with a spacing of 6-8 feet between two rows.
Harvesting: - With proper feeding and watering, plants grow 8-10 feet in 2-3 months for the first harvest. Then place a 3 foot bundha at the bottom and cut off the upper part. After that, a large number of branches come to that bud. After 15-20 days, large branches should be removed for fodder.