Category : Land Posted : 28/08/2014 Price : 25900.00 INR Location : Mullanpur-Garibdas(Punjab)
Plots with Red Sandal Plantation
Rs.1000/- per Sq.Yard Only
Earn minimum Rs.75 Lakhs with Red Sandal wood
in 200 sq.yards residential plot, within 12-15 years period
One Plot – Two Benefits
Benefit one – Appreciation of your investment on your plot Benefit two - when you buy a Residential plot, it will be registered on your name and will be take by us on lease for cultivation of Red Sandal wood right from the platation of 21 sandalwood plants for a period of 12 - 15 years. The yield will be shared equally bu you and us.,
Entire Land is converted to Residential from Agriculture
Clear Title and Spot Registration
Adjacent to Rajapet Town
(Police Station, Primery Health Center, Petrol Pump, Tahsildar & MDO Offices, Market, Rajapet Fort )
Sorrounded by Famous Temples like Kolanpak Jain Mandir, Yadagirigutta Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Kondapochamma Temple, Komuravelli Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple and Wargal Saraswathi Temple.
Proposed PV Narasimha Rao Veterenery University
RED SANDAL PLANTATION
No maintenance charges
Maintenance, security and permission for the cutting yield is our responsibility
as per Lease Agreement. Red Sandal wood yield equally shared by you and ourselves.
Plotted land is suitable to Red Sandal farming as per soil test report
About Red Sandalwood
The scientific name for Red Sandalwood is Pterocarpus santalinus is a species of Pterocarpus native to India. Red Sandalwood is a tree. The wood at the center of the trunk (heartwood) is used as medicine. Red Sandalwood is used for treating digestivetract problems, fluid retention, and coughs; and for "blood purification". Don’t confuse Red Sandalwood (Pterocarpus santalinus) with white Red Sandalwood (Santalum album).Indians have been long deprived of this precious cash crop called "Red Sandalwood”. This wild tree yields Crores of rupees however needs least human care for its growth. India is one among the only six countries .It is found only in south India .
Why South India ?
which has the favorable soil and climate conditions to grow Red Sandalwood and was once a huge supplier to the rest of the world.However in the recent past the situation became such that India had to import Red Sandalwood from other countries as the natural resource from the forests had almost come to an extinct. Finally in the year 2008, with Government of India amending its act and giving permissions to cultivate Red Sandalwood has opened doors for individuals and co-operate bodies to relish the rich outcome of cultivating this wild crop. This trees when grown under organized cultivation with plantation experts and drip irrigation, fetch maximum results.
Success story of redsandal wood farming http://youtu.be/vi7U-9-QoeA
Red sandal wood in Nalgonda https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRST_hWtaQE
Amazing facts about redsandal wood http://youtu.be/M4fcojN8r9o
Preview YouTube video Success story of Red Sandalwood and Sandalwood Farming - Paadi Pantalu
Success story of Red Sandalwood and Sandalwood Farming - Paadi Pantalu
Preview YouTube video Red Sandalwood Cultivation in Nalgonda district
Red Sandalwood Cultivation in Nalgonda district
Preview YouTube video Amazing Facts of Red sandalwood
Amazing Facts of Red sandalwood
Preview YouTube video Red Sandalwood Farming in Karimnagar | Studio N
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