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Red Sanders / Erra Chandanam / Rakth Chandan Plantations

Posted on 29 August, 2015 at 7:10 Comments comments (389)

Contact us for Red Sanders / Erra Chandanam / Ratkh Chandan Plants to grow in your vacant lands or periphery plantation needs. These plants are generally come for harvest after 25 years time. Heartwood to be developed before taking harvest. Unlike general timbers, these precious timbers need permission from Department of Forest while harvesting. No special permissions are required at the time of plantation. However if farmer would like to inform authorities, inform to your local VRO and take ...

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Malabar Neem / Melia Dubia Clones with Buy Back Option

Posted on 29 August, 2015 at 6:55 Comments comments (63)

We supply you high yield, fastest grwoing Melia Dubia / Malabar Neem Clones. These plants can be harvested in 6-7years time. Clones can be plant with an espacement of 10' X 10' minimum to 15' X 15' maximum distances. General space to be maintained is: 10' X 10' where 435 plant required per acre plantation. Including Periphery, maximum 500 plants can be planted.

We not just supply plants to the farmers, we also provide full ...

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We need 100 acres agriculture land for 12 years lease. - Contact immediately

Posted on 17 March, 2015 at 3:45 Comments comments (11)

Dear land holders,

We are looking for 100 acres land for 12 years long lease for our agro-forestry project, in which we'll plant and grow various fastest timber plants and grasses.

The land shouldn' be alkaline and must have:

1. Water facility (Open / Borewells) with sufficient water to serve all 100 acres land)

2. A strong 5/7 layered wire fence / wall / bio-fence around the land for protecting from outside livestock.

3. Land must have electricity facility to r...

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Now Melia Dubia in Tissue Cultured - for high yielding

Posted on 17 March, 2015 at 3:40 Comments comments (15)

Good news for everybody!!

Melia Dubia is now available in Tissue Culture. Tissue cultured saplings are very best in its uniformity, high yield in less period of cultivation.

If anybody particulrly need Tissue Cultured Melia Dubia Saplings,feel free to email / call us.

For more:   [email protected]

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Melia Dubia Advanced Booking for June/July Plantations

Posted on 17 March, 2015 at 3:25 Comments comments (0)

Dear all,

Melia Dubia / Malabarneem / Hebbevu / Malaivembu / Kondavepa saplings are available for lowest possible prices in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamilnadu, Maharastra and Karnataka States. General size of plants are in: 1ft height, 4X6 Polybags. Very suitable to plant in monsoons for easy stabilization and lowest mortality.

We'll provide special prices for all bulk orders.

We also can provide 1", 2" and 3" barerooting saplings for nurseries.

We can provide market...

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Join your hands to create a Private Forest

Posted on 17 March, 2015 at 3:20 Comments comments (0)

Dear Plants growers,

Join your hands with us to create and develop a private forest which is multi beneficial for both plant growers and society. We have a dedicated future plan to develop "Agro-Forestry" with the fastest growing plant species. Assured returns in 8-10 years. Investment would be incereased at least 300% to 400% in 8-10 years time. It is100% a safe, trustable and viable project. We are welcoming all similar mindset people to join with us.

Contact: [email protected]

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Sandalwood Forestry - Worths 2.50Cr / Acre in 15 years

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Sandalwood Forestry is one of the safest long term investment for the people who wish to get tax free returns within 15 years tenure. 

Simple Calculation as per present day demand:


If a matured sandal plant gives 20 Kgs Sandal (20Kgs heartwood), Per Kg sandal in market is: 7000/- today, fetching 20Kgs X 7000 = 1.40 Lakhs per tree (At Current Price).


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