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Timber Trees

Our research team identified some of the profitable trees for farmers, we call it as fixed deposit trees.Those trees are recommended to plant at least 1/10 th land in every farm.these will give long-term benefits. if any field experiments fail, those will save you.if u have 10acres plant at least 1acre. These will stop farmers suicides.

The most effortless approach to generate income from a section of land is by planting certain timber trees. which get a nice looking cost in the market, guaranteed buyback and require low maintenance. Likewise, the trees additionally help the planet by avoiding temperature rise and blocking dangerous gas emissions into the air as the trees are normally supplied to assimilate most extreme carbon dioxide.
Sno.
Species Name
Harvest Time
1
Rosewood
60-100years
2
White Sandal
40-60years
3
Red Sandal
30 years
4
Teak
14-30 years
5
Mahagony
15-25 years
6
GrewiaTitifolia
15-20years
7
Khaya
10-12 years
8
Gmelina Arborea(Gummadi teak)
8-10 years
9
Acacia Manigum
12-15 years (not for timber)
10
Silver Oak
8-10 years
11
Kadamba
7 years
12
Poplar
8 years
13
Eucalyptus
5-7 years
14
Melia Dubia
5-7 years
15
Subabul
4-8 years
16
Bamboo
4 years
17
Casuarina
4 years
18
Alianthus Excelsa
5-6 years
19
Acacia Auricaliformis
5-8 years
20
Albizia Falcatoria
8-15 years




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