Avocado Fruits

# Details
1 Avocados are commercially valued and cultivated fruit trees in tropical and Mediterranean climates throughout the world.
2 Avocados are incredibly nutritious fruits which contain more potassium than bananas.
3 These are loaded with Heart-Healthy Mono-unsaturated Fatty Acids.
4 Avocados are rich in Fiber and can Cholesterol and Triglyceride Levels.
5 Rainfall requirement: Minimum 100 - 125cm and these plants can with stand cold climate upto -6.5°C
6 The soil shall be well aerated and a depth of 1m min. Space required for each tree: - 400 square feet (20 x 20). They can also be grown in space of 15x15.
7 Commercial orchards produce an average of seven tonnes per hectare each year, with proper maintenance 20 tonnes per hectare can be achieved.
Projections Per Acre(in INR)

Plants per acre: 109

1st year Expenses: 109 x 120 = 13,080. First year Land establishment cost: 1,75,000. And Maintenance Cost: 50,000.

Yearly maintenance: 95,232 x 6 years = 5,71,392.

Total cash out flow = 8,09,472.

Income can start in 3rd year but full yield will be in 7th year.

Estimated Revenue: 60,23,000.

from 3rd year to 7th year which is 744 times

Prices as per 2019-20 FY

Yield Statistics

  • 3 Years 16. Times
  • 5 Years 100 Times
  • 7 Years 423 Times
Cost Benefit Analysis

Cost for 109 seedlings = (109 x Rs.120) = 13,080 Rupees

Trees will start fruit after a period of 3 years:

Age (Years) Yield (Kgs) REVENUE Income (INR)
3 350Kg 380Rs. 1,33,000.
4 1450Kgs 380Rs. 5,51,000.
5 2150Kgs 380Rs. 8,17,000
6 2900Kgs 380Rs. 11,02,000.
7 9000Kgs 380Rs. 34,20,000.

Areas of Plantation

  1. Commercial Orchards.
  2. Farm houses, waste lands and Gardens.
  3. Open lands not under utilization.

Few Considerations

  1. Initial maintenance is required for 2 years.
  2. Labor would appreciate by at least 20% per year.
  3. The expenses on pesticides and other farming procedures is must.
  4. Return is expected from 3 years.

Positive Confirmations

  1. Avacado fruits are high in fiber and fatty-acids.
  2. They are good in export value.
  3. A typical serving of avocado (100 g) is moderate to rich in several B vitamins and vitamin K, with good content of vitamin C, vitamin E and potassium. Avocados also contain phytosterols and carotenoids, such as lutein and zeaxanthin.
  4. About 75% of an avocado's energy comes from fat, most of which (67% of total fat) is monounsaturated fat as oleic acid.
  5. Other predominant fats include palmitic acid and linoleic acid.