Mango Fruits

# Details
1 First crop within 2-3 years and highest yielding from next 4 years.
2 Yields big size fruits with excellent taste and attractive color,these fruits command high price in market.
3 Regular bearers , which offer excellent yields every year, without fail.
4 These fruits have longer storage life. so farmers can transport to long distance markets where prices are generally high.
5 These trees grow up to 10 to 15 feet tall, with a crown radius of 7feet.
6 The ripe fruit varies in size and color. Cultivars are variously yellow, orange, red or green, and carry a single flat, oblong pit that can be fibrous.
7 They can be stored for 15 to 20 days and the weight of the fruit ranges from 600 to 750 gm's.
8 Raspuri Mango's have an excellent flavor and is juicy in texture. They are rich in carotene's which is a pre cursor of vitamin A.
9 Alphanso Mango's is known as the King of Mango's. It has a unique aromatic flavor thus adding value to all the by products. It is rich in carotene which is a pre cursor for Vitamin A.
10 These type of varieties can withstand any type of climate and can be grown in all types of soils.
11 These type of varieties are produced from superior mother plants under scientific method of development.
Projections (in INR)

Land required: 30 acre@6 lakh per acre=1,80,00,000.

1st year Expenses: 400 x 100 x 30 = 12,00,000

Yearly maintenance: 4lakh x 12 years = 48,00,000

Security: 6th to 12 year = 10crore

Total cash out flow = 13crore.

Estimated Revenue: 210crore.

30acre x 400trees x 25kg x Rs.7000 = 210crore.

Yield Statistics

  • 10 Years 168 Times
  • 15 Years 588 Times
  • 20 Years 966 Times
Cost Benefit Analysis

Cost for 100 seedlings = (100 x Rs.250) = 25,000 Rupees

Assuming that 100 trees are planted and out of which only 70%of the plants survive, such trees are cut after a period of 10, 15 or 20 years:

Age (Years) Yield (Kgs) REVENUE Income (INR)
10 20 70trees x 20kg x 3000RS. 42,00,000
15 70 70trees x 70kg x 3000RS. 1,47,00,000
20 115 70trees x 115kg x 3000RS. 2,41,50,000

Areas of Plantation

  1. Near the boundary wall and in Domestic premises.
  2. Farm houses, waste lands and Gardens.
  3. Small pieces of land lying idle in the Industries.
  4. Plantation can even be promoted in separately allotted acres of land.

Few Considerations

  1. Initial maintenance is required for 6 months.
  2. The cost of land would appreciate by at least 10% per year.
  3. The major part of the investment is land which itself is available for security.
  4. The expenses on security of sandal-wood will arise only after 5 years.By that time grownup sandle wood is available for security for the funding.
  5. Return is expected from 12 years.

Positive Confirmations

  1. Sandalwood oil is sold at the rate of rupees 1 lakh or more per kg.
  2. The rates of Sandalwood and its oil are persistent value rates.
  3. Sandalwood has a huge export market and various other medical usages.
  4. The above income is all tax free income, as agriculture income is exempt income, under the Income Tax