This plant you may use for farming as well as for plantation in pot. great sugar substitute for sugar.
Stevia plant is a small, sweet, leafy herb of South American origin.
Is stevia a safe alternative to the common sugar in a carbohydrate-controlled diet? Does it have any real phytonutrient profile safe enough for human consumption in line with other herbs such as basil, mint,thyme, etc.?
The use of Stevia as a culinary herb was known to the native Guarani tribes of Paraguay for centuries. Recent scientific trials firmly establish that this sweetleaf herb has, indeed, many health benefiting plant-derived phytochemical compounds that help control blood sugar, cholesterol, blood pressure in addition to its worth as a natural sweetener. Together with the rise in demand for low-calorie food alternatives, stevia has drawn the attention of health-conscious fitness lovers all over the planet.
Needed approx. 40,000 Plant to farming in 1 Acre Land. Production of dried leaves may be 2,500 Kg Yearly, which may give great return to farmers.