Commercial Growing of Henna

Henna produces the highest dye content in temperatures between 35 °C and 45 °C, and temperatures below 5 °C are said to kill the plant. Therefore you won’t be surprised to see that the list of countries where Henna is grown for commercial reasons includes the following:

There are many areas within these countries specifically associated with henna, for example the Pali district and Sojat City in the beautiful state of Rajasthan in India is one of the most heavily cultivated henna production areas in India.

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