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SANDALWOOD SEEDLINGS

  1. Genetic seedlings developed by: SHRI PLANTATION HOUSE
  2. Tried and tested on over 25 acres of land.
  3. Low maintenance and water requirement: The seedlings are incubated for a period of 4 months, prior to plantation, there- by reducing the water requirement and maintenance cost.
  4. An investment which yields returns higher than any Insurance Policy, Bank Interest, Stock Markets.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATION

  1. Can be grown in any type of soil, Except for the areas which are prone to frost.
  2. Rainfall requirement: Minimum 50cm per annum, areas prone to heavy rainfall must have proper water draining facility.
  3. Acts as corporate social responsibility.
  4. Space required for each tree: - 64 square feet (8 x 8).

COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS

Cost for 100 seedlings = (100 x Rs.250) = 25,000 Rupees
Assuming that 100 trees are planted and out of which only 70%of the plants survive, such trees are cut after a period of 10, 15 or 20 years:

AGE
(YEARS)

YIELD
(KGS)

REVENUE

IN Rs

Return on Investment

10

20

70trees x 20kg x 3000RS.

   42,00,000

168 times

15

70

70trees x 70 kg x 3000RS.

1,47,00,000

588 times

20

115

70trees x 115kg x 3000RS.

2,41,50,000

966 times

AREAS FOR PLANTATION

  1. Near the boundary wall and in Domestic premises.
  2. Farm houses, waste lands and Gardens.
  3. Small pieces of land lying idle in the Industries.
    Plantation can even be promoted in separately allotted acres of land.

OTHERS

  1. Initial maintenance is required for 6 months.
  2. The cost of land would appreciate by at least 10% per year.
  3. Sandalwood oil is sold at the rate of rupees 1 lakh per kg.
  4. The rates of Sandalwood and its oil are present value rates.
  5. The above income is all tax free income, as agriculture income is exempt income, under the Income Tax Act, 1961.
  6. Sandalwood has a huge export market and various other medical usages.
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