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Teak Plantation-A Potential Source of Income Generation

Tissue Culture Teak Sagwan (Tectona grandis)


Is the most important timber tree of India fetching higher prices due to its quality timber. The best quality teak growing areas in India are in the central parts of the country. Tissue  Culture Teak Sagwan starts yielding its quality wood at the age of 10 years.



Tissue Culture Teak Sagwan wood known as King of timber belongs to the family Verbenanceae & locally known as Sagwan. It grows as a huge tree and yields excellent quality wood. Therefore teak wood has higher demand in National & International.
Articles made of teak wood have high durability / quality and hence with the increased consumption of teak in household and office interiors, teak has become an indispensable part of people’s lives all over the world. Normally they grow in on commercial scale. It is possible to earn good profits with low risk.



Soil Requirement for Tissue Culture Teak Sagwan Farming:



It can be grown in all parts of the country except dry western zone. Mostly it prefers a deep, fertile, well-drained deep alluvial soil. The sandy soil is considered to be the best soil texture for this tree. It fails to grow in the soil with pH below 6.5. Soil phi a another factor limiting the distribution and stand development of the species. Although the range of soil ph in teak forest is wide (5.0 – 8.0), the optimum ph range for better growth and quality is between 6.5 – 7.5 Mr. Chatu Menon of Malabar (Kerala) is known as the father of teak plantation in India. He had raised more than a million teak plants in Kerala during1842 – 1862 (Parameswarappa, 1995)




Planting Method:


Select healthy planting stocks planted at 2m x 2m, 2.5m x 2.5m or 3m x 3m plant to plant distance. It can also be raised along with agricultural crops at a spacing of 4m x 4m or 5m x 5m. For this 45 x 45 x 45 cm sizes pit should be filled with the mixture of FYM, Fertilizers and soil.


Land Preparation & Planting in Tissue Culture Teak Sagwan Farming:

The site for planting may be either plain or gently sloping with excellent drainage. Soils derived from gneisses, schists & trap are good for teak. Alluvial sites are superior for teak growth.

Plough lands thoroughly and level it off. Mark the areas for pit digging by alignment and staking.

 Use pre sprouted stumps or poly pots for planting.

 Dig pits of 45cm x 45cm, 45cm sizes. Refill the soil after seasoning and mixing with the Farm Yard Manure (FYM) and insecticides. On poor gravely sites, replace the pit soil by good soil with good organic matter.

 Apply 100gm of fertilizer in pit at the time of planting and thereafter in split closes or as per the fertility status of soil.

 Best planting season for teak wood farming is monsoon, preferably after the first shower.

 Carry out soil working periodically for better growth of plants. One working in the 1st year and two workings in 2nd and 3rd year may be adequate.

 Firm up the soil after planting and apply irrigation / water supply wherever necessary.

 Debudding in the initial years may be done to improve the quality of timber.



Irrigation in Teak Farming:


Irrigation during stress periods boosts the growth of the plants. In teak wood farming, irrigation should be followed by weeding (3, 2, 1) and adequate soil working. Two doses of fertilizer (in the month of August & September) at 50 gm per plant of NPK (15:15:15) may be provided every year up to three years.










Intercropping in Teak Plantation:


Intercropping in teak plantation during the initial 3 years of planting is a common practice where there is a demand for cultivatable land. Once the plantation area is leased out the cleaning of the site, burning staking and planting are done by the lease holders.
The common intercrops are paddy, chilies, maize, wheat sesame & various vegetables together. Crops such as sugarcane, wet rice, jute, cotton, pumpkin or cucumber are not allowed.
Harvesting of Tissue Teak Culture Sagwan Plantation:
When it comes to harvesting in teak farming, there are certain things to follow for approval of teak harvesting.



1. Mark the trees to be cut and run serial number.
2. Submit the report to the chief of the regional forestry office.
3. Regional forestry office then sends an official to check the accuracy of report by sampling.
4. Send the report to local forestry department with the explanation why thinning / harvesting operation needs to be done..



Yield & Income:



Each teak tree yields 10 to 15 cu. Ft wood in about 10 years. The main stem grows to a height of 25 – 30 ft. and attains a girth of 35 – 45 inches, however overall height of a teak tree is 40 – 50 ft. minimum.
About 700 genetically superior teak plants can be grown in 1 ACRE by adopting a spacing of teak plants as 7 x 7 ft.
Profit in 1 Tree after 10 Years in 1 ACRE Land: 1 Tree = 12 cubic ft. (On an average) 1 Cubic Ft. price in market = 3000 INR 12 Cubic = 12 * 3000 = 36,000 INR. For 700 Trees = 700 x 36,000 = 25,200,000 (2 Crores & 52 Lakhs)
Marketing of Teak Wood:
It’s easy to market, there are many buyback programs as well as local timber depots.
Bottom Line:
Teak farming is highly profitable farming due to its demand in the current domestic and international market.


PROCESS:


From the first call to the harvesting of mature trees, the team at Revolving Earth Agro  works with our customers to ensure that all questions are answered, and all needs are met. The following is a brief run-down of the investment process.


1. Consultation: Over the phone, via e-mail or in person, we get to know the clients and discover their need for investment in forestry. The process includes answering any questions you have, as well as helping to take iniciative in teak and eucalyptus timber investment. Once the client is satisfied a registration amount is paid by the client to the company’s account so that the client is called up to be registered client and there after process for plantation starts.


2. Soil Identification: At any given time, the team of Revolving Earth Agro visits to the clients’ place to take the sample of soil for testing, which is done in the laboratory. The report of soil test is delivered to the client within 4 to 6 working days by e- mail, post or by hand accordingly.


3. Site Preparation and Planting: Once the order is placed, Revolving Earth Agro professionals advise the client to prepare the land for optimal tissue culture teak(sagwan) or euclaptus polar or mahogany planting as according to the order placed by the client. The advice includes clearing brush, securing fence lines, prepping the soil and fertilizing. Then, it’s time to plant the trees. The legacy has begun. 


4. Maintenance Schedule: Before and during planting, Revolving Earth Agro A will create a uniform schedule for your plantation.We always provide training material which written information in the brouchers . This material contains all the information regarding the maintenance of the plants. Still , if client needs any extra guidence Revolving Earth Agro team finds the best solution ,after all we believe in clients satisfaction. These actions are then performed when necessary. They include the consultation for fence maintenance, the clearing of undergrowth, trimming of plants and more.
5. Periodic Cullings: The coordinated cutback of lesser trees then occurs at the following intervals: 3 –  5 years, 5-7 years. The profits on the sale of these less mature trees will easily cover the maintenance cost of the plantation.


6. Harvest: Depending on the strategies put forth at the start of the plantation, a harvest is performed after 9-10 years or more according to the demand of market or at clients’ will. Once again, with Revolving Earth Agro the harvest time is entirely up to you i.e., the investor. If the market doesn’t suit your taste, you can hold on to the plantation as long as you like.
We consider buy back policy of Teak Tissue culture (sagwan)  and Eucalyptus wood from Mumbai  Court .


The best of  (Revolving Earth Agro is the service after sale. As we have franchisee in different states , services are unlimited . On call assistance, frequent visit from our technical team.
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