Are you interested in Agriculture ? Then Tree Growing is a good and profitable Business for you. You can start this business with less investment and less time , no need to buy expensive equipment. Your profit depends on demand from the customers. In this article , we will talk about Profitable Trees for Farming in India.

Here are some profitable trees you can grow in India, which can help you earn huge profits in short time –

1. Papaya

It is easy to grow and with the right nutrients, the profits are high. There are farmers who get profit from 3 to 5 Lac from one acre land. A papaya plant will mature in six to nine months and it will flower in early spring and can produce as many as 100 fruits in summer or fall. This plant may live up to 25 years or more.

Plant Time – Spring (February-March), Monsoon (June-July) and Autumn (October-November).

Profit – 3 to 5 Lac from one acre land

2. Pomegranate

Pomegranate is one of the most profitable trees for Farming in India. The tree requires hot and dry climate during fruit development and ripening. Initial investment requirement in this business is relatively low. Both demand and value of pomegranate in the market are very high. A healthy Pomegranate tree can produce up to 12 to 15 kg/ fruit during the first year.

Plant Time – October to January

Profit – With proper farm management, Rs 15 lac per acre

3. Guava

It can be grown on heavier but well-drained soil is the best. Guava trees grow rapidly and fruit in 2 to 4 years from seed and ready for harvest about 20 to 28 weeks. This plant may live up to 30 years or more. Guavas are harvested throughout the year (except during May and June) and sold at about Rs 100 per kg.

Plant Time – Planted in August for rainy season crop, November- December for winter season crop and March-April for spring season crop.

Profit – 4 to 6 Lac from one acre land

4. Jamun

Jamun is cultivated all across India and it is a evergreen tree. The seedling Jamun plants start bearing after 8 to 10 years of planting and Grafted or Budded trees start bearing in 5 to 7 years. Fruiting continues till the tree becomes 50 to 60 years old.

Plant Time – Spring (February -March) and the Monsoon (July-August).

Profit – 2 to 3 Lac from one acre land

5. Neem

Neem tree is another profitable farming. Plant fresh Neem seeds directly in the ground, or start them in trays or any pot and transplant them outdoors at about three months. A neem tree normally begins bearing fruit after 3-5 years and becomes fully productive in 10 years. It has a productive life span of 150 – 200 years.

Plant Time – from January to May

Profit – 7000 to 8000 rupees per each tree

6. Sheesham

These are easy to grow and quite hardy plants, requiring only a little care and can survive in almost any kind of well-draining soil. Harvesting periods start at the end of 10th years from planting . It is used for making wooden furniture.

Plant Time – Spring (February -March)

Profit – 10000 to 15000 rupees per each tree

7. Sagwan or Teak

Sagwan is a profitable crop with the government giving subsidies for its promotion but this is a very long term crop varying from 20 to 25 years.

Plant Time – planted in Monsoon

Profit – Upto 30000 rupees per each tree

8. Nimbu ( Lemon )

Lemon farming is one of the profitable business. A lemon plant will take up to six years to bear fruit. Lemon trees typically live around 50 years when grown in optimal conditions and maintained regularly. Lemon yield increases during summer season, usually lemon price rises in summers and goes down in winters. A single tree will give 1500 lemons a year.

Plant Time – from June to August

Profit – 5 to 10 Lac from one acre land

9. Shikakai

Shikakai can be grown in moderately fertile and requires plenty of water. The plants are bushy and medium grow fast. Seeds have a hard seed coat so pour a small amount of boiling water on the seeds and let them sit in the water for a few minutes. Now seeds are ready to plant. Keep the seed warm enough to germinate.

Plant Time – Summer and Winter

Profit – Rs 150 to 200 per Kg

10. Amla –

Light and medium soils are best for Amla cultivation. Amla tree starts bearing after 2 years of planting. The sowing of the seeds takes place in the months of June-July and you can find it everywhere, as soon as the monsoons are over.

Plant Time – June-July

Profit – 2 to 3 Lac from one acre land

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