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Large Farm Land Owners Can Become Rich By Plantation Agriculture

by aditya abhishek

Plantation Agriculture

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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