Diminishing returns from crop production compounded with increasing cost of agricultural land due to infrastructure development is a big problem farmers face today. The meager income forces several farmers to sell their land and settle down in concrete jungles. It is not at all feasible for any farmer, and therefore, it is important to look for a solution.
We discovered that planting certain tree varieties such as Melia Dubia can fetch a handsome price in the market. Low maintenance expenditure and assured returns are features that make this an investment-friendly option. Increasing the cultivation of Melia Dubia therefore, will benefit the investors and farmers alike. Moreover, this tree helps keep gas emission into the atmosphere in check, thus preventing global warming.
At AGROCORP, we have devised a unique business model around this ‘money spinning’ tree. Even if planted as a single row along the perimeter of the field, about 60 trees can be planted per acre. This will fetch a handsome sum in the seventh year of plantation. The mismatch between demand and supply for wood and veneer further assures good returns on investment.
Under good maintenance and controlled irrigation, the profits are likely to go high for an investor. Melia Dubia trees are vulnerable to root rot,hence only optimum irrigation is required. Our acquired land is equipped with modern irrigation mechanisms, besides getting technical assistance of experts from the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education of the Ministry of Environment and Forests for soil identification and land development, along with support of trained manpower, adequate fund for development and maintenance of crops and association with different industries for timely sale of produce.
Interested investors can contact AGROCORP and we are willing to guide them throughout –right from from choosing a crop to selling produce.