Chinese herbal medicines that can be grown in 2009

The global financial crisis in 2008 had an impact on the sales momentum of the Chinese herbal medicine market. The transaction volume on the market declined, and prices of many varieties fell. What other varieties can be grown in 2009? According to the changes in supply and demand in the market in recent years, the following varieties are available for reference by the vast number of farmers.

Chun Amomeng: It is mainly produced in Guangxi and Guangdong provinces and regions. It is the species of medicinal herbs that has been in short supply in the past three years, and the trend continues to rise. In 2008, the sales price per kilogram had risen to 110-120 yuan. Although the new production dropped back to the current 75-90 yuan / kg, but the price is still high, the market still maintains its best-selling, 2009 can still be properly developed and planted.

Cat's claw grass: The main production Henan, Jiangsu, Guangxi, Anhui, Jiangxi, Hubei and other provinces. In recent years, the market continues to heat up varieties, the price has continued to climb, in 2008 the species of cat claw grass per kilogram of the sale price was as high as 85-90 yuan, although the new production after the sale has eased, the price has dropped to 75-80 yuan / Kilograms, but there is still a large gap between supply and demand. There is still room for development this year.

One hundred departments: At present, it is still wild, but after years of deforestation, the number of listed products has also been reduced year by year, and the demand on the market has increased. In recent years, there has been a shortage of supply, accelerated sales, and rising prices.

37: Produced in Guangxi and Yunnan provinces. From the winter of 2007 to the spring of 2009, when the number of new listings dropped, merchants did not have much inventory, and the sales momentum accelerated. The current average price rose to 70-72 yuan per kilogram.

Ling vanilla: also known as Linglingxiang, the main production of Guangxi, Yunnan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Hubei and other provinces, home species or wild. In 2008, the export volume increased significantly and the sales momentum became popular. The price rose from RMB 15-16/kg to RMB 37/kg.

Shan Yinhua: Mainly produced in the south of the Yangtze River in Guangxi, Hunan, Guizhou, Sichuan, Hubei and other provinces. In recent years, due to the increase in the demand for Chinese patent medicines, health products and beverages, the market is often in short supply. In 2008, the sales price of honeysuckle per kilogram was as high as 50-60 yuan, and the current 45-50 yuan/kg is still at a high level.

Curacao: also called brown, solitary hair. Produced in Guangxi, Sichuan, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Hunan, Hubei and other provinces. At present, it is still mainly relying on excavation for wild medicinal purposes. In 2007, it was only 15-16 yuan per kilogram, and it has risen to 22-23 yuan per kilogram in 2008.

Pakistani days: The main production of Guangdong, Guangxi, is the market in recent years, the trend of promising Chinese herbal medicine varieties, prices are also rising. In 2009, the use of barren hillsides can be planted.

Bai Yan: The main production of Guizhou, Sichuan, Hunan, Hubei, Guangxi, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Shaanxi also has production, is a popular variety in the market in the past two or three years, the price has soared. The current sales price is 65-70 yuan / kg, the highest 75-80 yuan / kg, still relying mainly on digging wild for medicinal purposes, the gap between supply and demand continues to increase.

Shandougen: Mainly produced in Guangxi, but also in Yunnan. Shandougen is wild and has been excavated for many years. In recent years, the market volume has not met the market demand and the gap has increased. At present, the wild species have also been successful, and the cultivation techniques are mature. The planting can be vigorously developed.

Black Lingzhi: In 2008, Black Lingzhi was sold at a price of 80-85 yuan per kilogram due to the shortage of supply in the market. Exports of black fungus were more than 150 yuan per kilogram. In 2009, planting can be appropriately developed according to market demand.

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