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Litchi(lychee) farming, yield per acre, requirements, investment, and profit per acre

Litchi is a very popular seasonal fruit in moist subtropical regions. It is full of Vitamin-C, potassium, and Copper. Litchi is very healthy for the human body as it contains important elements like carbs, sugar, and fiber. There are very few regions in India where people practice litchi farming. Although litchi farming is a profitable business it takes at least 4 to years for the first harvesting of litchi fruits. A litchi tree can live up to 60 years and can bear litchi fruit for 40 years in its lifetime.  Let's understand litchi farming properly. For that, we will discuss here the requirements, investment, and profit margin of the litchi farming business.  Litchi farming and production per acre A litchi tree has dark green leaves and it can grow up to 12 meters in height. A young litchi tree produces fewer litchi fruits in starting. With growing with time, it increases its overall production throughout the years.  Let's understand the requirements to grow a litchi tree.  Req

Sprinkler irrigation system cost per acre, advantages, and maintenance

In almost every rural area, people use direct water supply either from the groundwater or they depend on seasonal rain. Irrigation is becoming a bigger problem because most of the groundwater is already used. Even in those areas where plenty of water availability, people use unnecessary extra water in irrigation because of no precision and measurement.  Sprinkler irrigation is one of those few irrigation techniques that help to use water precisely. It can save up to 40% of the water we generally use in irrigation.   Let's understand what is the overall estimated cost of sprinklers in one acre area.  Sprinkler irrigation system cost per acre What is a sprinkler irrigation system? Sprinkler irrigation systems use to sprinkle irrigation water as natural rain. These sprinklers break the flowing water into drops and these drops fall like rain from the sprinklers. All the sprinklers fix on a height and connect with the main water pumping source.  This source creates pressure on the water

Vertical farming project setup cost in 1/4th acre, requirements, advantages and disadvantages

With the increasing rate of population, agricultural land is becoming shorter and shorter. In cities, there is very little agricultural land left. In urban areas, people are shifting to animal farming by leaving plant-based agriculture because of less land and less soil fertility. It creates a huge problem for people in cities.  Vertical farming solves the problem of less land and high productivity. The vertical farming method provides space to increase production 4 to 5 times on the same land as we can practice 4-acre agriculture production just in one acre.  Let's understand what is setup required for vertical farming and how much they cost? Vertical farming project setup and cost in 1/4th acre Vertical farming is a way of plant farming in that we create an artificial atmosphere to grow various crops by using all the required components like soil, water, and fertilizers in a precise amount.  One of the best advantages of vertical farming is that we can practice it even on non-agr

Chicken manure or Chicken poop fertilizer making in USA, requirements, components, and process of making chicken manure

Many times we aren't able to find some basic ideas of sustainability in poultry farming.  We all have ideas just below the nose but we ignore that easily. Most of the time we waste chicken poop without knowing the importance of the chicken poop.  Let's discuss this idea of sustainability of poultry farming as we will understand the use of chicken poop as a fertilizer.  Chicken poop fertilizer or chicken manure in USA We can make one of the most highly fertile and productive compost with chicken poop. It contains nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and sulfur in plenty of percentages.  In many cases, it is found that chicken manure is more productive than cow dung compost.  Chicken manure fertilizer We use the word chicken manure for organic chicken poop fertilizer. We can use chicken manure either in a liquid mixture or raw.  One thing to remember with chicken manure is that we don't use it with root vegetables or any crop that produce inside the soil. We find the b

Mrigal fish farming, project report per acre, mrigal fish price,investment, and profit calculations

One of the most popular fish in demand, Mrigal fish belongs to a similar class of raising fishes like Rohu and Catla.  Most people don't know about the behavior of Mrigal fish that's why they fail in Mrigal fish farming. Let's understand an estimated overview of Mrigal fish farming. You will understand the estimation of requirements, investment, and profit per acre in Mrigal fish farming.  Mrigal fish farming Mrigal fishes are carp fishes and live up to 8 years. These fishes can grow up to 1 meter in length. With this size, it can be up to 10 kg in weight.   Time to harvest Mrigal fish Mrigal fish grow slower than Rohu and Catla fish. These fishes get up to 500 to 700 grams weight in 12 to 14 months. For business purposes, as you can't be too late or you can't be too early, Mrigal fish is harvested between 12 to 14 months.   From next year, Mrigal fish start to lay eggs. Mrigal fish can produce 1,00,000 to 1,50,000 eggs in one season.  Mrigal fish price  Mrigal fish

Paddy crop, Rice cultivation, yield per hectare, requirements, investment and profit per hectare

Paddy or Rice cultivation is a Kharif season traditional and one of the most consuming crops globally.  Let me clear here, paddy are "husk with rice" and we separate rice from the husk.  Paddy crop cultivation needs highly fertile areas to grow. South Asia produces a very large production of paddy. There are many deltas so that there soil is highly fertile.  Let's understand the process of paddy crop cultivation, requirements to grow, investment, and profit per hectare Paddy crop or Rice crop cultivation Paddy or rice plants can become 3 feet tall. After a period, green of rice starts to appear. These greens convert into solid rice paddy after becoming mature.  These mature rice remain in the cover till we separate them with the separating techniques.  Paddy yield per hectare One paddy or rice plant yield in a season- 80 to 100 grains Paddy yield per hectare- 5 to 8 tonnes After husks separation- 4 to 7 tonnes Investment per hectare Paddy seeds- 250 INR(8kg) Fertilizers-

Irrigation pumps in agriculture, various types, price, and working process of water pumps

It is a common problem for farmers to face the irrigation water pump issues. They get confused with the types of irrigation pumps, their prices, and how to choose one irrigation pump for their agricultural irrigation.   Let's discuss the working of irrigation water pumps, their types, price, and what things you should keep aware of while buying an irrigation pump.  Irrigation pumps for agriculture  Irrigation pumps use to supply steady water for irrigation. Pumps provide more kinetic energy to the steady water so that it can flow to the agricultural lands.  These pumps can use to supply underground water, pond water, tank water, river water, etc.  How do irrigation pumps work?  There are several mechanisms of irrigation pumps. These mechanisms work for particular purposes according to the need for irrigation. For example, we have piston pumps, centrifugal pumps, submersible pumps, and booster pumps.  These pumps work on the same principle of providing the water with more kinetic en

Sustainable poultry farming in USA, project report, requirements, and outcomes of sustainability

It is not common on present poultry farms to make poultry farms sustainable. At ground level, most poultry farmers ignore the scope of poultry farming because of the success of the poultry business.  Surprisingly, there are less than 1% poultry farms that are highly sustainable. Sustainable poultry farming in USA Some experts criticize sustainable farming as they said that it is not applicable everywhere. Either we can agree with them or we can oppose them. But practically we try to find ways to make things closer to sustainability(even in the least chances of sustainability).  People expect sustainability a complex process. In reality, it is not complex but a bit more time-consuming. Let's understand the sustainability of poultry farming. Is it possible to make poultry farming sustainable in USA? Well, we can make 75% to 90% of poultry farms sustainable. It is because we need vaccines for chickens, poultry farming sheds, and poultry farming tools to manage the other works of poult

Regenerative agriculture, soil regeneration techniques, regenerative farming techniques, and sustainability

It is not good to generalize a problem if it is related to a particular incident or person. But in agricultural practices, it can be generalized that we have a global problem to face in the upcoming future regarding natural resources.  In agriculture, our current practices(in most countries) are not sustainable. We have to face and will continue to face problems like least soil fertility, soil erosion, disturbed natural eco-system, most dependency on animal meat, least natural resources for future generations, etc.  Regenerative agriculture is a solution to such problems. We will discuss here the actual problems and their solutions with the explanation of regenerative agriculture. Regenerative farming and soil regeneration  Let's discuss what is regenerative agricultural practices, techniques, and their importance for sustainability.  What is regenerative farming? It is a bit complex to explain regenerative farming in a line or a definition. Practically, regenerative farming includ

Sustainable dairy farming, project report, investment, and estimated profit margin

We have to face major challenges in the upcoming future regarding natural energy sources, water sources, agricultural land, quality products, etc. Continuous overuse of available natural resources is creating the main problems.  Without any plan to sustain in the future, it will create humongous problems in front of human-related to his daily life.  We need a sustainable farming system that can help us to sustain ourselves in the future. Let's understand the sustainable dairy farming system. Sustainable dairy farming In many countries, people adopt a simple business structure. Well, that is all right but they ignore the importance and scope of just more with their business structure. For example, people do dairy farming business for milk mainly.  They sell it and also sell cows to earn profit but they ignore the rest of the resources they have in the same context. Cow dung is very important as it can use to make biogas, fertilizers, etc.  Principle of sustainable dairy farming  Sus

7 Most profitable farming in Florida(USA) 2022, yield, investment, and profit per acre

Although there are many seasonal crops, vegetables, and non-food crops in agriculture, most of them mainly purpose to fulfill the primary need for food. Because of living priorities, it is not possible to earn high profits from such crops.  Is that mean the crops are not profitable? There are specific crops that are highly profitable. According to geography, there are different crops for different regions.  Let's talk about some of the highly profitable farming crops in Florida(USA). Most profitable farming yield in Florida(USA) 2022 Let's understand the crops that don't ask for high investment as well as that ask for high investment.  We selected some of the highly profitable crops but if and only if farmers grow them with proper training, care, and management. Wasabi farming in Florida Wasabi farming is one of the most profitable crops in the world. Wasabi is an underground growing stem that grows horizontally. It tastes spicy flavor and uses in  Wasabi takes 18 months to

Commercial organic compost farm in Eastern Cape(South Africa), investment, and profit margin with project report

Currently, organic farming is not established in South Africa. People are moving towards organic farming. There are not so many popular brands that sell high-quality organic compost in the market. This is the right time for organic farmers to establish an organic compost-making farm.  Let's understand the requirements and estimation of investment and profit in a 5,000 square meter area. Organic compost making farm in Eastern Cape(South Africa) Requirements to make an organic compost farm in a 5,000 square meter area Land requirement You can easily make organic compost on non-agriculture land. It will cost you less than agricultural land. To start an organic compost farm, you need space for making, managing, and for storing organic compost.  So, you need a 5,000 square meter non-agricultural area.  Open walls but roof shelter It is better to make organic compost in the open air. To save the compost from heavy sunlight and rain, you need at least a roof over the compost collection.