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FRUIT CROPS : A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON YIELD / PRICE /SEASON AND INCOME



                                            FRUIT CROPS : A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON YIELD / PRICE /SEASON AND INCOME


FRUIT CROP
SPACING
PLANTS/Ha
YIELD
YIELD/Ha
PRICE/Quintol
Income/Ha
HARVESTING SEASON
INTER CROPS


( In Mtrs)
( No's)
(starts in)
( Tonnes )
(Whole sale)
( Gross )
( Months )

1
Amla
4.5 x 4.5
500
4-5 yrs
25
Rs 2000/Qtl
500,000
Oct to Dec
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
2
Acid Lime
5 x 5
400
3 yrs
25
Rs,2,500/Qntl
500,000
March to Sept
watermelon/onion/cucumber/pulses/Marigold
2
Arecanut
2.75 x 2.75
1300
5 yr
2.5
Rs 15000/Qtl
375,000
Sept to Nov

3
Banana
1.5 x 1.5
4,400
1 yr
37
Rs 2300/Qtl
850,000
Year Round
Leguminous vegetables,Beet Root,Elephant footyam
4
Cocoa
3 x 3
1,000
3 yrs
2
Rs 20,000/Qtl
400,000
Sep to Jan

5
Cashew
7 x 7
200
3yr
2 T,raw nuts
Rs 10,000/Qtl
200,000
March to May
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
6
Coconut
7.5 x 7.5
175
3yr
7
Rs 7000/Qtl
490,000
Year Round
Pepper/cocoa/areca/banana/Vanilla
7
Custard apple
5 x 5
400
3-4 yrs
7.5
Rs 1500/Qtl
112,500
Sept to Nov
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
8
Date
7.5 x 7.5
175
6-10yrs
15 - 18
Rs 9000/Qtl
1,350,000
May to July

9
Fig
4 x 4
625
3-6yrs
6
Rs 2,500/Qtl
150,000
Feb to May

10
Grapes
4 x 3
800
2-3yrs
22
Rs 3,800/Qtl
835,000
Jan to April

11
Guava
6 x 6
270
3 yrs
25
Rs 2,500/Qtl
625,000
Aug to Dec
Green,black grams/cowpea/cucumber/cluster bean
12
Jack fruit
8 x 8
150
4-7yrs
40
Rs 500/Qtl
200,000
Feb to May
pulses n vegebles
13
Jamun
10 x 10
100
5-9yrs
7
Rs 10,000/Qtl
700,000
April to June

14
Jujube (Regu)
6 x 6
270
2-4yrs
25
Rs 1500/Qtl
375,000
Sept to Dec
vegetables,cow pea/greengram
15
Mango
7 x 7
200
5-8yrs
20
Rs 2,500/Qtl
500,000
March to June
Greengram/cowpea/vegbles/papaya/ginger/Turmeric
16
Mandarin
6 x 6
270
3-4yrs
20
Rs 2,500/Qtl
500,000
Oct,Nov,Feb,March
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
17
Papaya
1.8 x 1.8
3080
1-2yrs
80-90
Rs 1000/Qtl
800,000
Year Round
tomato/cabbage/onion/raddish/cauliflower
18
Peach
4 x 4
625
2-3yrs
10
Rs 2000/Qtl
200,000
June to Aug

19
Pear
6 x 6
250
3-4yrs
25
Rs 2500/Qtl
625,000
May to July

20
Plum
4 x 4
625
3-4yrs
15
Rs 4000/Qtl
600,000
May to July

21
Pomegranate
4 x 4
625
3 yrs
15
Rs 8,000/Qtl
1,200,000
March to May
Tomato/carrot/brinjal/raddish/cowpea/greengram
22
Sapota
8 x 8
150
3-5yrs
20
Rs.3,500/Qtl
700,000
Feb to April
Banana/papaya/tomato/brinja/Ginger/turmeric/yams
23
Sweet Orange
7 x 7
200
5 yrs
30
Rs,2,500/Qntl
500,000
Aug to March
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
23
Tamarind
8 x 8
150
5-7yrs
3.5
Rs 8,000/Qtl
280,000
Feb to April
Groundnut/cowpea/horsegram pulses
24
Pine Apple
30 x 60 cm
44,000
16 months
40
Rs 2,000/Qtl
700,000
May to August

25
Apple
4 x 4
600
4-5yrs
10
Rs 7500/Qtl
750,000
July to Sept

26
Apple Ber
6 x 6
270
2-3yrs
15
Rs 4000/Qtl
600,000
Sept to December


***Yield and rates may vary from state to state Season of Harvesting may also differ from state to state Whole sale prices in Hyderabad market were taken

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