The agriculture sector in India is expected to grow at 4% this annum, according to the statistics shared by the Indian Government. All in all the total GDP growth is anticipated to be 8%, which is an handsome figure. In this scenario, there is a need to view how the growth process can be accelerated in agriculture. Raising investments in this sector is one area which the investors should consider; given the excellent opportunities in store.
The agricultural produce in India is used for various purposes. It starts from the production, consumption, to exporting it in overseas markets. Some farmers in India carry out subsistence farming, while some plantations are done by them primarily for exports. Many farmers focus on producing cash crops on their farmlands only. Some examples of cash crops are Chillies, Maize, Gherkin, Melia Dubia, etc.
At the Agrocorp farms, Melia Dubia plantation is carried, given its great demand by the plywood industry. It is also known as Malabar Neem and is the quickest developing tree having a maturity period of 5-7 years. It is known to yield valuable timber that can be used to meet multiple requirements and demands, including making furniture. Having good commercial value attached with it, Melia Dubia plantation is extremely positive for investment purposes.
Investment is made easy in the Agrocorp farmlands where the investor has to just go through a simple process. Investments start with buying at least one acre of Agrocorp farmland while the efficient team uses the approach of sustainable development to carry out farming. Insurance is done on the farm produce and after a period of 5-7 years, the ROI is very encouraging. Hence, make the most of this investment opportunity for handsome and secure gains.