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Five Layer Shri Palekar Ji Model - 36*36 model for full 1 acre

Huge trees, for example, Mango, Jack-fruit, Jamun, and Amla ought to be planted 36 feet separated.

Guava, Chikku, Lemon and Pomegranate saplings can be planted in the middle of the mango plants at a separation of 18 feet.

Papaya, Drum-stick, Banana that involve lesser space ought to be planted in a space of 9 feet between the second arrangement of trees recorded previously. The above plants ought to be planted along a similar column over the plot of land leaving space to develop a single assortment of vegetables, millets and so forth on each bed.

separate 1 section of land into a break even with squares of 36ft X 36ft. In each piece of 36 ft x 36 ft ( which is additionally separated into four 9ft X 9ft sub-squares) We can grow around 170 trees, in that 9ft x 9 ft part of the land (one sub-square). Plant 1 Banana Tree, 4 Arecanut Trees, 4 Black pepper Creepers getting on Arecanut trees, 2 Coffee Plants, 2 Glirsedia Trees, 2 Venella Creepers hopping on Glirsedia trees and 32 Ginger Plants in each 9ft X 9ft territory.
Layer 1
Mango and/or Sapota
Trees- Can grow up to 90 feet in height and 80 feet in width
Qty 4 per 36x36 Sq Ft Plot. We can divide the 1 acre into plots leaving the walking place in between.
Layer 2
Gooseberry/Oranges/
Guava
Tree/Shrub - max can grow up to 50 feet. Average u can say 30 feet or less
Qty 1 in centre
Layer 3
Custard Apple/Pomegranate/
lemon
Shrubs - This is even smaller. No more than 20 feet.
Qty 20
Layer 4
Castor + Beans to climb
Plants - Even Smaller just 6 feet maybe
Qty 20
Layer 5
Drumstick + Creeper vegetables
Since it is a tree and can grow really tall up to 65 feet, and because you want to be able to use it regularly, keep pruning it to 8-12 feet.


We are not growing this has a hedge but as a nitrogen fixer. So we can let it grow tall up to 8-12 feet. However, if it was a hedge, maintain it as 6 feet.
Qty 16. Drumstick is the Nitrogen fixer for each 9x9 Sq feet plot as subdivided in the 36x36 layered plot
Pigeon Pea Lentils
20 along with (20)Millets
Chillies
72
Trenches
holding other pulses and vegetables that need more moisture and water

The model fundamentally means to utilize every inch of the land we have and influence it to look like a forest with its layers of covering the entire land.

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