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Mango farm for sale with farm house and free electricity

Sun, 02/24/2019 - 19:45

@scmreals wrote:

70 Acres of Developed Mango Farm for sale at Tirunelveli Dist. - Highly Fertile Area - Good Water - Mango, Amla, Sapota & Cashew - All Yielding - Fenced - Open Well with FREE Electricity - Farm House - Good Climate - Calm area - Very Cheap Price INR 4.25 Lac Per Acre (Negotiable) - Contact Chandramohan Mob: 09443286867 or 09600747003 (Tamilnadu) or email to scmreals@rediffmail.com - Also available 10 - 2000 Acres Agri and other Lands for sale at reasonable prices.

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Farm land , Vaitarna dam view land available for sale near Igatpuri Dist-Nashik ( Maharashtra )

Sun, 02/24/2019 - 12:01

@SADGURUKRUPA wrote:

Agriculture,industrial & Vaitarna dam view land available for sale near igatpuri ( Nashik )
Dear sir /Madam,

Dealing in Agriculture land / Industrial land near vaitarna Dam & nashik-Mumbai Highway ( Gonde MIDC )

Dam View & Dam Touch Property for Farm house

Agriculture land , Industrial land , farm land etc

Working Places : Nashik-Mumbai Higwhay , Trambakeshwar Road , Shirdi Road , Vaitarna Dam location etc ( Igatpuri Taluka )

Acre : 2 Acre to 100 Acre

Contact -Rajendra Patil-9923431747 Email id : sadgurukrupa236@gmail.com

Thanks

Sadguru krupa Properties - Igatpuri

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*Indian origin red aloe vera plant for sale in tamilnadu

Sat, 02/23/2019 - 18:27

@Revathy wrote:

*Indian origin red aloe vera plant for sale in tamilnadu.if interested pelase call-9543455978 or email-chelacuty28@gmail.com

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Agri partners required for growing watermelon and Ash gourd in 2 acres

Sat, 02/23/2019 - 12:49

@guruprasadaketi wrote:

Dear Forum friends,
Greetings!

I am planning to grow watermelons (Kiran or Pahuja or Melody varieties) starting from Feb 25th 2019 i.e., another 3 to 4 days so that we can target to harvest at the beginning of Ramzan festival when prices are hoped t0 be comparatively better and I am looking for someone who can fund. Once the watermelons are harvested after 55 days, I will plant the seeds of Ash gourd on the same beds with least additional cost and this will be harvested after 4 months. So total duration of both the crops is 6 months one after the other. This will substantially reduce the total investment. Crop expenses and possible profits is attached with this post.
Partnership details:

  1. Total investment - 2 to 2.3 lakh rupees for both the crops. Initial investment 1.5 lakhs.
    We can start with 1.5 lakhs for watermelon. After watermelon is harvested, we can start ash gourd(Nati variety each weighing around 10 to 30 kgs) with the profits earned from watermelon.

2. Profit sharing:
To safe gourd the investor’s money, I will first return the initial capital back to investor from the revenue generated from watermelon sales and will share only from the profits earned ie., if invesment is 1.5 lakhs & net revenue is 2.5 lakhs out of which 1 lakh is profit, then I will return 1.5 lakhs to the investor and share 50% from the profits i.e., 50,000 rupees. This way investor is at minimum risk.
Cost of cultivation_Watermelon_19Feb19-converted.pdf (130.9 KB)

Risks:

  • Summer season is little risky. To reduce this risk, I have planned for two crop model to minimize overall losses.
  • Other common risks like severe pests or unexpected heavy rainfall, less price at the time of harvest etc.
  • Possibility of loss is not completely ruled out.

Farm details:

  • Near Hiriyur, Karnataka (165 kilometers from Banglore towards Pune)
  • Good water source (2 borewells with good ground water), Drip irrigated.
  • Arrangement is there if anyone on behalf of investor wants to stay at farm.

If anyone is interested, please call me on 9620944466.
Cost of cultivation_Watermelon_19Feb19-converted.pdf (130.9 KB)

Thanks & Regards
Guru Prasad A
9620944466
guru.3112@gmail.com

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Need advice... Strange issue of cuts in water melon farm

Sat, 02/23/2019 - 05:34

@miteshkatira wrote:

We have got a strange issue of the watermelon fruits breaking off and developing cuts when they are nearing peak to be ripe. Photographs attached with the post… Can anyone help with a solution to this issue? B90BDDA9-92E7-4CE8-BC1B-B7DB85753AE3.jpeg960×1280 209 KB DC57CBA3-6FD9-442E-883B-3F6FBAF37AE0.jpeg960×1280 199 KB

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32 acres very cheap agri land for sale with free power

Wed, 02/20/2019 - 09:33

@scmreals wrote:

32 Acres of Highly Fertile Red Soil Agri Land is available for Sale at Tirunelveli Dist. of Tamilnadu - 3 Open Well with FREE Electricity - Water available within 20 Ft. - Surrounded by Agri Farms and Good Climate - Close to Highway, School and College - Very Cheap Price INR 3.25 Lac Per Acre - Also available 10 - 2000 Acres of Agri Lands, Farms, Coffee and Tea Estates for reasonable prices - Contact Chandramohan Mobile 09443286867 or 09600747003 (Tamilnadu) or email to scmreals@rediffmail.com

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Cheap agri land for sale with free electricity 150 acres

Wed, 02/20/2019 - 09:28

@scmreals wrote:

150 Acres Multi Purpose Land is available for sale near Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu, India - 140 Acres Crop Cultivation - 10 Acres Plain Land - Stamp Duty Free - Save 50 Lacs - Fully Fenced - 1 Open Well and Bore Wells with TEN FREE Electricity Connections available - Highly Fertile Red Soil - Good Water - South Side Big Tank - More than 1 Km. Road Frontage - Wide Double Road - Close to City and Tuticorin Harbour and Airport - Tar Road - Clear Title - Cheap Price - INR 3.75 Lacs Per Acre (Negotiable) - Also available 10-1000 Acres of Cheap Agriculture Lands, Farms, Resort Lands Etc for Reasonable Prices - Contact: Chandramohan, Mob: 91(0) 9443286867 or 9600747003 (Tamilnadu, India) or email scmreals@rediffmail.com

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Farm produce planning

Tue, 02/19/2019 - 15:58

@psundaresh wrote:

Fellow Farmers, After spending the last two years as a weekend farmer (the first year was a full time farmer!) and learning a whole lot about myself, farming , people while making losses and still looking to go ahead- here are my questions which i believe a lot of people may also have -

  1. How do you ensure income is being generated at the farm on a regular basis -
    a. Weekly
    b. Monthly
    c. Quarterly
    d. Annually
  2. In the integrated farming method it is advisable to have multiple crops on your land - does that mean that the drip irrigation plan will need to be changed accordingly every time you rotate crops or change what you plant?
  3. Horticulture & Floriculture are looking to be the most lucrative of all streams followed by Dairy however you will not be able to generate enough revenue if you are selling unprocessed produce - what are experienced farmers doing which is making them successful in this space.
  4. Labour is the major issue and there seem to be better options by using mechanization however is there any direction on what the experienced farmers are using machines for and how that is helping them out ?

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Varagu thinaisamai kuthiravali or millets cattle feed for sale

Mon, 02/18/2019 - 19:52

@Revathy wrote:

Varagu,thinai,samail,kuthiravali or millets cattle feed for Rs.7.50 per kg .If interested please call-9543455978 or email-chelacuty28@gmail.com

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Agarwood Plantation

Sat, 02/16/2019 - 23:18

@Rajeev7 wrote:

Dear Sir’s,
Can you please advise the climatic and soil conditions required in planting Agarwood.Also please advise the profitability.I am planning to plant in southern Part of kerala, at Kollam district.Thanks for your advise in advance.

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Agraharam,insulin,sarkarai tulasi,available in bulk in tamilnadu,can buy and give other plants also

Sat, 02/16/2019 - 19:53

@Revathy wrote:

*Agraharam,insulin,sarkarai tulasi,available in bulk in tamilnadu,can buy and give other plants also.If interested please call-9543455978 or email-chelacuty28@gmail.com

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Sandalwood plantation in Punjab

Sat, 02/16/2019 - 17:53

@jashan83 wrote:

Hello Everyone

I want to grow Sandalwood in 1 acre in my Farmhouse in Punjab. I have bought the trees from a govt nursery. However I am told that Sandalwood is a parasitic plant and requires some nitrogen fixing trees and plants to survive.

If someone has experience in the same, kindly recommend the trees and plants which should be grown along with Sandalwood to ensure the trees grow.

Also kindly help me with any other advise and help which is critical in such plantation especially in Punjab

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Organic farm for lease/rent near Solur, Karnataka

Sat, 02/16/2019 - 13:23

@vikramaditya_gaonkar wrote:

We have an organic farm near Solur, Karnataka which we are looking to rent/lease.
The farm is 3 kilometers from Solur on the Magadi-Kanapkura road. It is approximately 50 kilometers from Bangalore (~1 hour drive from Bangalore city center).
The size of the farm is 4 acres and it is organic certified by the Karnataka State Seed and Organic Certification Agency.The farm comes with:

  • Living quarters (one for the landlord + one for the farm-help)
  • A couple serving as farm-help who take care of the day-to-day activities of the farm:
    • Watering the plants,
    • taking care of farm animals,
    • other activities (cleaning, spray, etc)
  • 1 separate building which includes
    • Store-room
    • Shed for cattle, sheep
    • Shed for chicken
  • 2 sheep, 1 calf, 20-25 chickens, 2 dogs
  • Farm tools:
    • Diesel tiller
    • Weed cutter
    • Portable sprayer (16 L)
    • Storage drums (2x 500L, 1x 300L, 4x 200L, other 150L and 100L)
    • Other basic tools (eg. Haari, gudli, sanaki, baskets)
  • Water supply from 2 borewells with drip irrigation to each and every plant
  • A wide variety of plants and trees:
    • 100 lemon trees,
    • 50 fruit trees (including butter fruit, mangoes, jack fruit, water apple, pannerla, amte kayi, custard apple, sweet lemon, jamuun),
    • 60 coconut trees,
    • 50 drumsticks (nugge kayi) plants,
    • 250 guava trees,
    • 1 acre banana plants,
    • 100 areca (adike) trees
    • 500 (5 year old) plantation trees : mahogany, silver oak trees, melia dubia (hebbevu), teak
    • 1000 (10 months old) plantation trees : mahogany, Malaysian saal, sandalwood, red sandal,

If you are interested in renting or leasing the property for a mid/long term duration please send me a private message or Whatsapp me (Vikramaditya) on +32486271296 or call Shaila on +91 8618557089

Best regards
Vikramaditya

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Farm Land available for lease, 90 km from Hyderabad

Fri, 02/15/2019 - 10:24

@Giridhar wrote:

I have 23 acres of land available for lease, about 90 km from Hyderabad at Mothkur (Yadadri district)). Currently there is no water source but I will drill few bore-wells if any one interested to take on lease.

Please let me know if you are interested, so i can share further details.

You can reach out to me at giridharreddy@yahoo.com or call me on 9686066003

Regards

Giridhar

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Chinese celery - lesser known and underutilised herb species of Northeast India

Fri, 02/15/2019 - 08:57

@maitys wrote:


Chinese celery( Oenanthe javanica ) also known as Japanese parsley, Water dropwort , Water parsley , Water celery etc.
Water Dropwort has its origins in Asia, and its use in China as an herb dates back to 700 BC
Today, it is found in South, Southeast and East Asia, from Pakistan to the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan.
It also grows in parts of Europe such as Italy, in the tropical regions of Australia, as well as in the highlands of Papua New Guinea,
Chinese celery is an edible perennial herb with creeping stolons and long threadlike rootlets grows wild in freshwater marshes and swampy fields , along ditches , canals and streams in many Asian countries .
The deep green leaves , having an odor like carrot tops , resemble celery in shape and size . Tiny white fragrant flowers form in compound unbels of 10-25 bloom .
Green plants in summer months grow abundantly although winter plants along with roots are also eaten. Spring plants, with long shoots as long as 3-4 feet growing as a creeper.

Culinary uses :
The tops are eaten raw in salads or as a garnish similar to parsley .
Tender stems and leaves are also steamed with rice or boiled and chopped as greens .
In Korea, Chinese celery commonly used as a flavoring for kimchi,
In Japan , Chinese celery was cultivated as early as 750 AD, and today is still a favoured ingredient for sukiyaki.

Medicinal uses :
Chinese celery is rich in vitamins and minerals. It contains high amounts of beta-carotene, iron and vitamin E.
It also contains riboflavin, calcium, and protein. Its chlorophyll-rich leaves have antigenotoxic and antioxidative properties, and thus can be highly beneficial for overall health.
Native Americans are said to have used Water Dropwort to help dissolve kidney stones.
Chlorophyll-rich leaves have antigenotoxic and antioxidative properties .
Contact for crop management through email to bhcv@ymail.com

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How many of you want to learn to get international travelers to work in your farm in India?

Thu, 02/14/2019 - 10:12

@Melissa_Badhwar wrote:

Hello Dear,

How do you do?

Do you like to learn to find foreigners to stay with you at your home and help to do language learning.?

We can help you to get international volunteers. There are so many international foreigners volunteers travel to India to volunteering in Indian homestays, Schools, NGOs, organic farms, non-organic farms, farmstays, orphanage homes, Ashram, village schools, backpackers hostels, yoga centers, temples, and more. They work for free on exchange of food and shelter. There are so many foreigners from Europe, USA, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South America, South Africa and more want to volunteer in India based on the concept of “work exchange”.

You can get my paid help and guidance from here.

https://www.townscript.com/e/copy-of-learn-to-find-foreign-volunteers-to-work-in-your-hotel-farmhouse-farms-schools-ngo-yoga-centers-113404-2

You can find this kind of volunteers for different tasks as following:

Gardening

Building

Babysitting / child care

Elderly Care

Cooking / shopping

General Maintenance

Farmstay

Help with Eco project

Help in the house

Animal care

Helping with Tourists

Charity work

Language practice

Art project

Help with Computers / internet

Teaching

Other

Enjoy learning languages and different culture at your home in India.

Thanks.

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Near Chennai - Organic Farm for Sale - Lease - JV

Tue, 02/12/2019 - 21:40

@Myorganicshop.in wrote:

==Organic Farm for Sale, Near Chennai ===========
7 acres ( 6.85ac) (Organic) Natural Farm at Arcot,Vellore , with Full Infrastructure and business Model for regular Income, for Sale ( approx 13 km intersection , in Bangalore - chennai Highway , on palar junction)

with the following infra, Including
1.Solar plant with 5 HP Solor Motor Pump,
2. Free EB Service,
3. Two Open well(kinaru) -
4. Two 5 HP Motors ( Totally 3 Motor)
5.Solar Drier Poly House Unit, for Herbs value add,
6.Cow Shed,
7. Labour shed,
8.2 Rain Gun,
9. Three farm(fish) pond,
100 Teak, 36 coconut in yield,
40+ mango in yield, and others

contact 9884828160

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Passion towards Farming; this could be your destiny

Tue, 02/12/2019 - 11:40

@farvestors wrote:

Our strong expertise in Hill Forestry Farming, Break-Even with RoI you can never imagine by harvesting profitable crops in short periods. Investment starting from 7.5 to 9 Lakhs per Acre. Limited Time till 14th April 2019. Returns starting from 40 Lakhs to 1 Cr per 10 Acres.
We provide consultancy for land acquisition, farming (Till you reap profits) and management
Profits : Targeted for specific crops with assured returns; Tissue culture banana, bamboo, gmelina arborea trees, in addition to existing coffee & pepper plantation. Favorable climate & soil for farming with abundant rain, sunlight etc.
Process : Friendly, transparent, trouble-Free documentation, smooth registration & zero tax on your returns

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Cattle feed for Rs.7.50 per kg in tamilnadu

Mon, 02/11/2019 - 19:42

@Revathy wrote:

*Varagu,thinai,samai,kuthiravali cattle feed for Rs.7.50 per kg in tamilnadu.If interested please call-9543455978 or email-chelacuty28@gmail.com

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Lesser known , underutilised oilseed crop Perilla frutescens

Mon, 02/11/2019 - 08:59

@maitys wrote:


A lesser known and underutilized oilseed crop of India !
Perilla frutescens also called, Perilla , Bhanjira , Beefsteak plant, Wild sesame, Shiso, Chinese basil , etc.

The major producing countries of perilla are China , Japan , Korea etc.
Probably originated in China because China is the main area of diversity of Perilla and the history of cultivation of Perilla crop is very old in China .

Perilla frutescens ,has three principal varieties crispa, acuta and japonica

In India, it is cultivated in an unorganized manner to a very limited scale in the northeastern hill region i.e. Kumaon, Garhwal and Himachal Pradesh and in Northeast farmers grow this crop in certain pockets under jhoom (shifting) cultivation or in kitchen garden in a limited scale
Perilla is used since ancient times in herbal medicine, as a garnish and as a natural colorant in Asian countries.

Culinary uses :

Perilla seed which is slightly bigger than a mustard seed, and looks a bit similar as sesame , and having a rich taste and nutty flavor .

The leaves are cooked as vegetable in Nagaland and Manipur .
The tribes of Meghalaya enjoy its ‘Chutney’ with ‘Soh-phlang’ tubers .
In China, Perilla seeds are used for oil extraction or they are crushed and added to cooking for flavoring.
In Japan, the seeds are roasted and then powdered for use in traditional foods for flavouring, the leaves, flowers, clusters and cotyledons dried in sun and are also used as condiments

Perilla seeds contain 40-45% of a oil having 64% linolenic acid, an omega- 3 fatty acid which is generally absent or present in very low proportion in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) component of different oilseed crops which is used for edible purposes

Other uses :

Perilla leaves contain a special flavour, aldehyde and abundant minerals and vitamins
A volatile oil is also distilled from the dried foliage of the plant which is extensively used as a flavoring agent, in which Perilla aldehyde is the desirable flavoring compound .
One of the aldehyde isomers is 2000 times as sweet as sugar and four to eight times as sweet as saccharin, because of which it is used as a tobacco sweetener .

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