Guava (Psidium guajava) is valued for its delectable taste and aromas a cheap nutritious fruit with a wide adaptability to diverse climatic and soil conditions, guava is an ideal crop to grow in developing countries The guava tree can easily be recognizable for its smooth, thin, brown bark that flakes off, exposing a greenish layer underneath. Guava is used to produce jams, jellies, and juices commercially. Guava may be eaten raw or cooked. Guavas are an excellent source of vitamin C and also contain iron calcium, and phosphorus. (ssp group)
VAREITY: Guava L49
Guava is good source of vitamins and minerals. This fruit is an excellent source of vitamin â€˜Câ€™, â€˜Aâ€™ and antioxidants which helps in boosting immune system.Guava fruit is good source of â€œpotassiumâ€. Guava fruit is low in calories and fat. (Ssp group)
Guava is rich source of soluble dietary fiber and hence helps in treating Constipation. Consuming Guava fruit regularly lowers the risk of cancer. Guava fruits are good for Diabetic patients.
The fruit vary in size depending upon the fruit load on a tree. The fruit shape usually round some time with short neck pyriform (Pear shaped strain) smooth surface. There are pink dots scattered over the whole fruit, (Chittidar). Pulp is soft and melting, white, taste sweet. (Ssp group)
Guava L49 which is usually propagated from seed can also be propagated vegetative. The plants can be raised through cuttings, layering or mound layering.
Guava demand is immense in India therefore selling is not difficult. Guava is bought by many people in market. Our company also provides the facility of Buy Back agreement. (Ssp group)
Guava fruit is climacteric in nature. It can be picked when mature, light green in colour and firm. It ripens during transport on reaching the market and gives excellent colour and taste. The contractors usually harvest the fruit when ripe or nearly ripe for direct sale to the consumers. Few leaves or small branches if kept with the fruits make the fruit attractive and trees get light pruning. For distant marketing this practice should be discouraged. (Ssp group)
|Distance (in acre) ||Sapling (in land) ||Cost (per plant) ||Total ||Fertilizer ||Cost of cultivation |
|12*12 ft ||305 ||75 rs. ||305*75 = 22,875 ||20,000 ||42,875 /- |
INCOME & YIELD
|Income of year ||From each plant ||Total ||Company buy-back ||Total |
|Year 3 rd ||5 kg ||305*5 = 1525 kg ||12 rs. kg ||1525*12 = 18,300 /- |
|Year 4th ||10 kg ||305*10 = 3050 kg ||12 rs. kg ||3050*12 = 36,600 /- |
|Year 5th ||15 kg ||305*15 = 4575 kg ||12 rs. kg ||4575*12 = 54,900 /- |
|Total 3 years income = 10,9800/- |
- Guava growing first harvesting practical training.
- First production starts in 3rd year.
- Plantation cost is to be borne only once.
- This includes Supervision, consultancy, guidance, Transportation cost first year.
- Buy back of Agreement of Guava. (Ssp group)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF COMPANY
- For 1 Acre plantation the cost of plant is Rs. 22,875 /-, out of which 50% i.e. Rs 11,437 /- has to be paid before the cultivation and the remaining half after the planting is done.
- The Buy Back Agreement Stamp paper of Rs.100/- has to be stamped by District Court of your area. (Ssp group)
- For 10 Acre or more yield the buy Back Agreement Stamp Paper will be of Rs.500/-.