The teak wood artificially is propagated by stem. The stumps are the root and shoot cuttings. One kg of teak wood contains 800-3000 seeds. The seeds are given the special seed-treatment before germination because the seeds are, having hard coated. The seeds are spread on the hard cement coated floors and they are covered with repeatedly ever week for two to three months. The seeds are then sown in the nursery beds of 1.2m/12m/30cm beds in between 10 - 15cm distance in kept the seeds are sown at 1.5cm depth about 50% germination is observed. To check the termites and leaf eating caterpillar 10% two kg Methyl Parathion per 200 lit of water is sprayed. When the seedlings are 9-10 months old, the stumps are prepared keeping 1.5 - 2cm shoot and 20-25cm root the stumps are planted in the prepared area-in the crowbar holes. The soil is pressed tightly around the stumps the holes are prepared in slightly slanting position and then planted in the month of June - July at the spacing 2 x 2m or 1.5 x 1.5 m.
Teak is also planted by preparing seedlings directly in the polyethylene bags of 15 x 25 cm size. Three to four seeds are sown in the month of October and then planting is done in following mansoon at 2 x 2m or 1.5 x 1.5 m distance.