Is malabarneem cultivation is profitable after 7 Years?

vennavreddy

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Is malabarneem cultivatiOn is profitable after 7 Years? What are the merits and demand of the tree?. could yield good profits even if it is sold as firewood after 7 Years? How many tonnes of biomass one tree produces after 7 Years? please advice.
 
Dear Vanavreddy,
In my humble opinion you can leave the trees as is since you have already invested. You can use the other 5 acres for something else which will give returns in short terms, for example, vegetables. Since chillies are growing well in your area, you can stick with it and sell them as green rather than dries which will fetch moderate returns. Long term investment in agriculture is always fraught with risks since you cannot predict any market 7 years down the line.
Regards
Shanmugasundaram.M
 

venkcae3

Active Member
Dear Vanavreddy,
In my humble opinion you can leave the trees as is since you have already invested. You can use the other 5 acres for something else which will give returns in short terms, for example, vegetables. Since chillies are growing well in your area, you can stick with it and sell them as green rather than dries which will fetch moderate returns. Long term investment in agriculture is always fraught with risks since you cannot predict any market 7 years down the line.
Regards
Shanmugasundaram.M
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