ABS Botanical Conservation Research and Training is a non-profit research and training centre mainly concentrating on conservation of rare and endangered medicinal plants. Apart from conservation work, this institution conducing various classes to farmers, women self help groups, school students and college students especially Agriculture, Horticulture,
About ABS Botanical Conservation Research and Training Centre
This institution is conceived and started on 1994 by Horticulturist Dr.A.Balasubramanian(abs), popularly know as “ABS” with profound interest and dedicated involvement to conserve the nature. He is basically an industrialist turned into horticulturist with keen interest towards nature and its flora and fauna.
Bachelor of commerce
Certificate course in horticulture
Diploma in herbal medicine
Diploma in Naturopathy
Registered Siddha Medical Practitioner
Experience in the field of
Horticulture and Herbs
Herbal gardens established
Established Medicinal Plants Garden in Periyar University, consisting of 252 plant species.
Established Medicinal Plants Garden in PowerGrid Corporation of INDIA at K.R.Thoppur with 134 plant species.
Established and working as a consultant in Central Siddha Institute Medicinal Garden at Mettur
Salem district best Industrialist Award 1991-92
First prize award consecutively seven years for the best home garden in Yercaud Summer Festival.
Nearly 25 awards from summer festival Yercaud from 1994 – 2005
15 awards from All India Mango Exhibition.
3 awards from Mango Show Ooty and Coonoor
Dr.A.Balasubramanian. 2000. Introducing Siddha medicine in School and cultivation of medicinal herbs. Article published in the souvenir of the National Conference on Scope of Siddha in New Millennium. Chennai.
Dr.A.Balasubramanian. 2002. Articles published in National conference on medicinal plants, their utilization, cultivation and marketing. Dept. of Botany, Govt. Arts collage, Salem
Dr.A.Balasubramanian. 2004. Turn bluish globe to greenish globe. Article published in National seminar on the role of Medicinal crops in human and animal health care. Horticutural Collage and Research Station, Periyakulam.
Naveena velanmai March 2004
Malarum velanmai 15 June 2004
Malai murasu 10 February 2003
Malai murasu, 13 January 2003
Aviztham Siddha journal 2000
Dinamani, 13 March 2006
All India Radio, Trichy 2003 on Medicinal Plants
FM-Kodaikkanal 2005 on Medicinal Plants
6 interviews on Cultivation of Fruits and Medicinal plants
“Dictionary of Medicinal Plants” covering of more than 2000 plant names in Tamil, Botanical and Family name wise.
“Introducing siddha medicine study in school level and cultivating herbs in school yard and home yard” (Tamil)
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