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Jasmine is known as the national flower of Pakistan it is pronounced as chambeli (Urdu) or yasmin (GIFT FROM GOD) via Arabic or it is locally called Motia, Jasmine sambac is a bushy vine or scrambling shrub with shiny dark green leaves and fragrant little white flowers. Originating in the foot hills of the Himalayas and Ganges plains, the plant was cultivated and brought to India, China, the Middle East and other regions. From there, it spread into France, Italy and the Mediterranean, and eventually it was introduced to the rest of Western Europe and Britain. Today, jasmine is grown and cultivated all over the world in its many varieties.

Since jasmine has been cultivated all over the world for its flowers and scent, there are different varieties, and each type of jasmine is associated with different meanings. In Pakistan, Jasmine is a very common plant and one can find it in any garden. Because of its attractive scent, the white jasmine symbolizes attachment and represents amiability and modesty; therefore, Jasmine was named the national flower of Pakistan.

Major/Minor Major
Temporary/Permanent Temporary
Category Agriculture Extension
Type Ornamentals
Crop Climate Title Tropical
Crop Water Method Title Irrigated
Crop Duration Perennial
Crop Economic Title Cash Crop
Crop Growing Season Kharif / Rainy / Monsoon Crops

Pests, Weeds, Diseases and Disorders


Sucking Pests
Bud worm Mite
Chewing and Biting Pests
Blossom midge
Nematodes
Nematode
Fungal Diseases
Root Rot

Jasmine Crop Seed Varieties


Name Seed Rate

Jasmine Districts Wise Calendar


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CONTACT INFO DETAIL
Agriculture Extension
Directorate of Agriculture Extension
Opposite Islamia College Gate No 1
Jamrud Road Peshawar

091-9224239 , 03481117070
091-9224318
info@zarat.kp.gov.pk

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