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Nagaland Farmer Grows World's Tallest Coriander (Dhaniya) Plant that Heights 8.75 Feet: What's the Secret?

This Nagaland Farmer's coriander plant could potentially break the Guinness World Record for the tallest coriander plant.

Nagaland Farmer Grows World's Tallest Coriander (Dhaniya) Plant
Nagaland Farmer Grows World's Tallest Coriander (Dhaniya) Plant (Image: Yilobemo Erui)

Nagaland farmer Yilobemo Erui has accomplished something truly extraordinary in his small kitchen garden in Wokha Village. He has managed to grow a coriander plant that stands tall at a whopping height of 8.75 feet (2.66 meters), potentially breaking the Guinness World Record for the tallest coriander plant ever recorded.

In an exclusive interview with Tractor News Erui said that he along with his wife, initially planted the coriander seeds without expecting them to grow to such towering heights. What started as a simple kitchen garden to fulfil their household needs turned into a remarkable achievement. They didn't try using any chemical fertilizers but instead relied on natural methods, cleaning the growing area and using animal manure from their domestic animals to nourish the plants.


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Their dedication and care paid off as the coriander plant thrived, surpassing all expectations. Alongside coriander, they also maintained a small garden with other vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, onion, and garlic. Despite its remarkable height, the coriander maintained its characteristic aroma and flavour, much to Erui's pride.

Reflecting on the journey, Erui sets an example of the power of hard work and dedication. He hopes that his story will inspire others to recognize the potential within themselves and the impact of their efforts.

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The community and beyond have been captivated by Erui's achievement, with many expressing admiration for his exceptional ability to grow such a remarkable plant. Erui has already applied to enter the Guinness World Record, and although the process may take up to 12 weeks, he remains hopeful for a positive outcome.

As the coriander plant continues to grow and bloom, Erui's story serves as a reminder of the wonders that can be achieved through hard work, dedication, and connection with nature. In a world where achievements are often measured by magnificence, Erui's small kitchen garden stands as an example of the extraordinary potential found in simplicity and determination.

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