Guar Gum Cultivation Has Changed Lives Globally

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The guar crop is grown from seeds, where one hectare requires at least 30 kilograms of seeds. It is done at a spacing of 50 cm between rows and 25 cm between plants. Sowing is done in ridges approximately 3 cm deep. Fertilizer application is required during the growing period. In production, one hectare can produce 5 tons of seed and 50 tones of bio mass. It is drought and salinity tolerant.

A Leading Manufacturer and Supplier of Guar Gum & Cassia Gum Products

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Avlast Hydrocolloids Started the operation around a decade ago with the help of a professional team, they proved their mettle with their commitment and compliance with quality. With the extensive knowledge about manufacturing and production of different Guar gum and cassia gum products, they made a mark all around the globe with their high quality products. As they have a major tie up with different Guar and Cassia growers all over India, they can procure the best raw materials. Also, as they have their processing unit in the region where extensive Guar cultivation is done, availability of cheap and best material is easy.

Information about Guar Meal, Cassia Tora Splits & Fast Hydration Guar Gum Powder

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There are a variety of products produced by Avlast Hydrocolloids. You can have Guar Refined Splits which is also known as Guar splits, obtained from the seeds after the husk and germs are removed. These splits are a factor for the viscosity of guar powder. Having a pale white color and protein about 5%, its impurity content is very less, around 1%. Having minimum moisture content in it, these splits have an extensive use in making different grades of guar gum powder used in food and textile industries and also for making different derivatives from Guar.