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    Default idea to start agri business

    Hi,

    I am planning to start an agri business in southern part of India but i dont know which crop has less cycle for harvest and which crop suits the climate. Kindly guide me.

    Also, I just got a idea to grow soya bean. Is that a good one?

    Regards,
    Avinesh

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    Default farming project in south india

    Quote Originally Posted by nesh_avi View Post
    Hi,

    I am planning to start an agri business in southern part of India but i dont know which crop has less cycle for harvest and which crop suits the climate. Kindly guide me.

    Also, I just got a idea to grow soya bean. Is that a good one?

    Regards,
    Avinesh
    Soyabean is a nice idea but controlling pest and disease is equally important in harvesting quality soyabean

    Regards,

    carnay

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    First of all should study the climatic condition of your proposed location. In the very first stage you should grow the native crop of your region. This practice will help you to develop your farm. Then after you can divide your farm in three part. Long term plantation crop like fruit , spices or coconut orchard or plantation. In the another part you can take the seasonal native crop this will help you to minimize the risk . In third part you can start the plantation of local vegetable s per the market demand, this will provide you daily cash. you can put your query on this thread i will revert you.

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    Default Here is a very good idea for agri business

    Dear Avinesh
    We suggest you start, an aromatic oil project, in which we can help you in all aspects. The crop we suggest is a very hardy and easy to maintain grass, needing practically no maintenance. Doesn't need much water, or fertiliser and is practically disease free. Can give a very good tax free net return /year, which is better than most other crops. The same plant can give you continuous return for 5 to 6 years. Marketing guarantee can be given by us too if you want.
    Respond immediately if you want a risk free , highly profitable agro project.
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    Default Depends on the micro climatic conditions of your place

    It depends on the geographic pattern, water availability, soil type of the village or suburban area you intend to start.
    Even with in a distric the business idea will vary place to place. First look what are agri business in surroundings, and look the business suitable to ur climate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nesh_avi View Post
    Hi,

    I am planning to start an agri business in southern part of India but i dont know which crop has less cycle for harvest and which crop suits the climate. Kindly guide me.

    Also, I just got a idea to grow soya bean. Is that a good one?

    Regards,
    Avinesh
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    Easier to grow whats popular around you, so you know what works well with the climate

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    Quote Originally Posted by naturoma View Post
    Dear Avinesh
    We suggest you start, an aromatic oil project, in which we can help you in all aspects. The crop we suggest is a very hardy and easy to maintain grass, needing practically no maintenance. Doesn't need much water, or fertiliser and is practically disease free. Can give a very good tax free net return /year, which is better than most other crops. The same plant can give you continuous return for 5 to 6 years. Marketing guarantee can be given by us too if you want.
    Respond immediately if you want a risk free , highly profitable agro project.
    Hello Naturoma - Since contact details are removed by the moderators, and contact us through our blog. We would like to understand more of this crop. Thanks..
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    Hi,
    Plz share your contacts, I would like to discuss with you for more details
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    Ravi

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    Default Regarding Herbal Agricutular

    Hi,

    I am planning to start an agri business in northern ( Rajasthan) part of India but i don't know which crop has less cycle for harvest and which crop suits the climate. Kindly guide me.

    Also, I just got a idea to grow herbal crop. Is that a good one?

    Regards,
    Mandeep

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