Cash crops, as the phrase denotes, are the crops that are significantly grown for their commercial value, and have nothing to do with the personal consumption of the grower. Cash crops are generally those important crops that play a large part in developing the economy of the country as they contribute greatly to the raw material used in the industries and are also consumed by the country’s population on a large scale. Not all crops fall in Cash Crop category, and thus, careful selection of a cash crop is really crucial to earn maximum income from the market.
Following are the major types of cash crops from which we can select for cultivating :
• Ethnic crops
These are crops having a great significance for a particular country’s culture. Ethnic crops can give you large profits. For example, in India, growing turmeric as a cash crop is a good option.
Plywood industry cannot thrive without timber, and thus with increasing population, there remains a great need for large production of plywood. In this case, growing crops which are used in the plywood industry will never keep you in a loss.
• Crops with medicinal values
Crops like turmeric, ginger, aloevera and eucalyptus are of great medicinal use, and are used as natural remedies for various ailments. Crops holding great medicinal value are in huge demand in the pharmaceutical industry.
• Staple crops
Some spice crops, food grain crops or vegetable crops are almost consumed daily by public and hence growing them is a lucrative idea. Chilli, turmeric, maize, wheat, tea, coffee, tomatoes and certain other horticulture crops fall in this category.
AGROCORP tries to instill this fact in people’s minds that if farming is done strategically using suitable farming techniques, it can be highly profitable for the farmers. For our investors, we grow handpicked cash crops like plywood tree Melia Dubia, ginger, turmeric, chilli, gherkin, tomato and maize – one of the major food grain cash crops in India.
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