How Melia Dubia Helps You Maximize Profit At Your Farm
If you are considering a new profit source for your farm, Melia Dubia, also known as Malabar neem, malai vembu, hebbevu or kaadu bevu is a great choice. This unique tree grows quickly, is hardy and resistant to pests and disease, and thrives in damp climates. Its wood is highly-desirable for use in both the plywood and paper pulp industries, providing you with numerous options for selling your timber once it’s been harvested.
So, how does Melia Dubia help you maximize profit at your farm? Here are just a few of the ways that it can improve your profits and help you achieve a better financial position
Flexible Planting For Use As Timber Or Paper Pulp
Depending on your available space, Melia Dubia can be planted for use as either paper pulp or for timber. If you wish to grow trees for paper pulp (which usually can be harvested in just 3-5 years) you can plant up to 1,000 seedlings per acre (0.4 ha).
For timber, it’s better to plant fewer seedlings – typically around 110 per acre. Depending on your available space, the price of timber vs. paper pulp and a number of other factors, you can choose the purpose that’s best for you. Note also that, for use as timber, Melia Dubia/Malabar neem must be grown for 5-7 years, in most cases.
Regardless of the method you choose, you can profit quite a bit. A single acre of land can provide up to 30 tonnes of product in 3 years, with an income of Rs 4,500 per tonne. Even when deducting the cost of cutting charges and lorry transport charges, it’s entirely possible to make up to RS. 90,000 from just one acre of Melia Dubia. Note that this may vary based on market conditions when you sell your timber or pulp.
Grow Other Crops Or Trees With Melia Dubia Simultaneously
One of the best things about Melia Dubia is that it has few side branches, and a crown that does not provide much shade to the underlying ground. In addition, it does not have a large taproot, but a widely-distributed network of roots, which allows other crops to get the nutrients they need.
Because of these factors, it’s possible to grow other crops with Melia Dubia simultaneously. The crops most commonly used for this are groundnuts, as well as green gram and black gram, which thrive in the environment below Melia Dubia/Malabar neem. Melia Dubia can even be grown with bananas is there is at least 5-6 metres between each tree.
Other trees can even be grown with Melia Dubia, which can be planted in the gaps between other trees like coconut, teak, and nutmeg trees. Whether you’re looking to fill in these gaps or start a whole new planting, Melia Dubia is a great choice
Rapid Growth For A Quick Turnaround
Melia Dubia has a truly staggering growth rate. It can grow up to 40 feet in height after just two years of planting, making it one of the most quickly-growing trees in all of India. For this reason, you can start harvesting your trees between 3-7 years of age, depending on your purposes, and get an extremely high yield.
Wood Demand Is Always Growing
India’s domestic timber resources are scarce, which is why India imports so much wood from other countries. Wood demand – for timber, plywood, and pulp – is always growing in India. By providing locally-sourced, affordable wood, it’s possible for farmers to outcompete farmers from other countries – and profit from domestically-grown Melia Dubia/Malabar neem wood.
As time goes on, demand for wood is only going to grow as India continues to grow in population – so even if you plant trees now, you’re guaranteed a profit in 3-7 years when you harvest them.
Melia Dubia – The Best Option If You’d Like To Grow Timber!
With its hardiness, suitability to the Indian climate, and quick growth, Melia Dubia is a fantastic way to boost the profitability of your farm – and diversify if you are not already growing trees. Get started now, and see its benefits for yourself.
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