Welcome to our blog post on the most profitable trees to grow in your tree farm. As tree farmers, you want to maximize your profits while at the same time keeping trees healthy and thriving. We are here to help you achieve this goal by providing you with the necessary information to help you decide on the best types of trees to grow for maximum profitability. In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of trees you can grow in your tree farm, what qualities to consider when choosing trees to grow, and possible market opportunities for species that are highly sought after.
By the end of this blog post, you will have a better understanding of which trees to plant in your tree farm to maximize your profits and make sure your trees remain healthy and thriving. So, let’s get started!
Some tree plantations can guarantee profits due to
- The demand
- Investments put in
- Uses and applications
Let us see 10 trees worth growing in India:
1. Fruit Trees. Planting trees which reap fruits does take time to grow, blossom and provide fruits. However, keeping the initial slow momentum aside, there is continued growth and fruits are gathered after a few monsoons. Guava, papayas, mangoes, etc. Fruits tree farming is simple and adequate for profit making.
2. Coconut trees. These swanky trees take time to grow and are found on coasts mostly. Once grown they are money spinners as almost every part of it is put to some use. From oils to fibre, a coconut tree can provide everything except shade.
3. Bonsai trees. These simple trees mostly used for ornamentation have been gaining spikes in the wake of lack of spaces. They provide city dweller chance to decorate their houses with trees. It is now a booming business with almost everyone opting for it these days.
4. Eucalyptus. Eucalyptus is another wonder tree that can create an impact due to its features like sturdiness, fast grower and growing in areas of high winds at high slopes. This makes it a wonder tree due to its ability to withstand adverse weather conditions yet grow gracefully. Also its medicinal benefits range from cold to being used as a fragrance, essential oil, medicinal oil, tablets and head pain relief.
5. Teak. Teak takes time to grow but its profitability is very high. It gives you massive returns when required. Also the cost of maintenance is less though land tracts required are quite large.Teak also holds the medicinal value. It is used in the furniture making, boat decks and for indoor flooring.
6. Bamboo. Bamboo is a versatile, highly in demand long growing grass that provides a variety of uses from decorative items to house building and cooking. Nowadays, it has found relevance even in the cosmetic field with bamboo cosmetics gaining relevance. Products using Bamboo are always in demand and one can set up an allied business in that way. This is very profitable tree which you can grow in India.
7. Nut trees: Though this is restricted to certain areas, one cannot ignore the fact that nuts like almonds, cashews etc make for some of the most profitable ventures when it comes to investing in trees. They provide great returns for the amount invested and create a paradigm of buyers and sellers and even international trade.
8. Spice trees: Pepper plantations are quite common in Kerala and they earn huge margins by exporting it to other countries. A native to India, pepper has grown from a mere commodity to an identity of India which makes it easier to market as export. Also the quality of Indian Pepper is well known worldwide.
9. Rosewood. This tree has multifarious benefits as a fuel, as wood for ships, furniture items, decorative pieces and art items. It is highly durable. It is also used in musical instruments, precision instruments and other uses. Though it takes time to grow, it is useful in the long run.
10. Mahua. Mahua is a tropical deciduous fast-growing tree. It has medicinal values for piles, heart problems and bronchitis. It can even help in eye problems and relieve itching to heal fractures and wounds.
11. Babool. This tree is fast growing and has benefits that can ripen your profits. It is widely used in toothpastes and almost all ayurvedic preparations. It has anti-inflammatory properties and helps aid digestion.
12. Neem. Neem is a wonder tree owing to its multiple benefits that embark on its exploitation. It is commercially viable, widely available, scattered and easily found, traditional healing powers, connected to ancient philosophies. Every bit of the tree is useful in some form or the other, that makes it a completely used and usable tree. It has been used for ages and sites dedicated for this easy growing plant have yielded profitable returns.
All trees plantation require specific conditions to thrive and sustain. Adequate light, temperature, water, minerals, soil consistency and external factors affect the life span of trees.
Amounts invested differ from variety to variety and so do the profits. Thus it is imperative to choose wisely keeping all factors and stakeholders in mind as tree growing requires patience and does not provide overnight results.?
10 Costly Trees in India
- Baobab Tree: It grows in Africa, but some can be seen standing tall in parts of India. With its enormous size, gnarled branches, and unique shape, it is an expensive tree to buy.
- Teak Tree: Teak is used for high-end furniture, floors and doors etc. It is known for its features such as high-grain quality, durability, and strength. It is one of the costly trees found in India.
- Banyan Tree: The Banyan tree is considered to be sacred in Hinduism. It has a girth of more than one hundred feet in some cases, making it an expensive tree with luxurious branches.
- Arjuna Tree: The Arjuna tree is a symbol of strength, courage, and longevity. It is found in India’s dry regions, and its wood is known for its medicinal properties.
- Amla Tree: Amla trees produce a highly valued fruit due to its high Vitamin C content. It is sometimes referred to as the “king of fruits” in India.
- Neem Tree: This tree is popularly known as the “village pharmacy”. Its medicinal values have made this tree so valuable, it can be a costly acquisition.
- Indian Gooseberry Tree: This tree is found throughout India. The gooseberries of Indian Gooseberry tree have a high nutritional value as well as flavor, making it an expensive variety.
- Palash Tree: The Palash tree is found in India and known for its resilience in extreme weather conditions. This expensive tree is grown for its aesthetic appeal and its medicinal values.
- Mahua Tree: Mahua tree produces a highly valued flower and oil. This tree is considered to be one of the costliest trees in India.
- Sandalwood Tree: Sandalwood trees are native to India and are extremely expensive due to their multiple uses. Its oil is used in the perfumery industry, and the wood is often used in furniture.