by aditya abhishek
Plantation agriculture is the practice of growing cash crops like Cocoa, tea, cotton, sugarcane, rubber, coffee, etc. over a large area for commercial purposes.
Tea is one of the most profitable cash crops that you can cultivate in well-drained laterite soils and temperatures ranging from 18 to 30 degrees Celsius.
Cultivating coffee beans is profitable. It will take around 3 years from plantation to get commercial yield and from 1 hectare farm you can earn up to 3 lakhs rupees.
If there is black soil in your farm, then you can cultivate cotton. The cotton crop grows well in tropical climates. From a 1-acre cotton farm. you can make up to 40,000 rupees.
Banana is a tropical fruit crop and India is its largest producer in the world. It can be cultivated in a wide range of soils and take up to a year to give commercial yield.
Rubber is widely cultivated for the industrial production of latex. Farmers are earning up to 1 lakh rupees from a one-acre rubber farm.
Sugarcane is cultivated for selling raw sugarcanes, production of sugar, jaggery, etc. and other products. From a hectare of land, you can make up to 20,000 rupees.
Cocoa is cultivated to get cocoa beans which are fermented to produce chocolates. From 1 acre cocoa farm you can make up to 60,000 rupees.
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