How to Start Fruit Farming Business

Is growing fruit trees a hobby and a passion for you? Do you want to turn this pastime into a source of livelihood?

The following will guide farmers, novice entrepreneurs, and those who want to have a small business into the basics of startup a fruit farming business.

how to start fruit farming business

Fruits are among the constant commodities in the food market. Almost everybody eats fruits due to their nutritional value, or simply because they are delicious. Accordingly, growing fruit trees can be a good source of income for every farmer and new entrepreneur desiring to tap the potential of the fruit-growing industry. With these, the following are the basic things one needs to know when starting a fruit farming business.

Fruit Farming Business Plan

Every business venture needs careful planning and strategizing at the start. This plan necessarily includes all important and necessary matters to the farm. Having a definite plan will give the entrepreneur an overall outlook regarding the business, together with possible problems, which may be encountered. It involves the startup cost for the fruit farming biz, the place to start planting the orchard, the equipment necessary for farming and transporting the fruits, the market, the needs of buyers, and the existing fruit farming biz, competitors.

Where to Start a Fruit Farming Biz

One of the most important elements of every farming business is the land. Choosing the right location for your orchard greatly affects the growth and production of your business. Several factors must be considered in choosing the land to plant your orchard. This includes the type of soil, the soil’s PH, exposure to sunlight, and source of water. In determining these factors, an orchard owner must first determine what type of fruits to grow on the farm. It also involves choosing the size of the trees to be planted. As a general rule, the dwarf the trees, the sooner it will produce fruits.

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Equipment to Use

A fruit farmer does not need to invest much in equipment when the farm is not that big. The most common and basic tools needed are an air-blast sprayer, small tractor, mower, pull behinds, and carts.

The air-blast sprayer is for fungicide, insecticide, and application of plant growth regulator. The tractor on the other hand should be small enough to run around the trees in the orchard. A 30-60 hp tractor is sufficient for small farms. A cart or small truck is also necessary to transport the harvest from the farm to the storage area, and also to the market and other fruit farming biz clients.

Settle All Legalities

Even if your business grows over time, the need to settle all legal matters must not be taken for granted. Legal issues may arise in the future, which will hamper the growth of your business or even lead it to eventual loss. It is best to deal will legal matters at the start of the business by going directly to the local government office. Secure a fruit farming biz license. Ask for the requirements and comply with them accordingly.

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  • jitendra kumar said on March 26, 2010
    I want to start gauva and mango farming in balasore dist, Orissa. Is there is right place to start the same according to weather and soil. Thanks, Best Regards, Jitendra Kumar
  • Pallavi Limaye said on April 4, 2010
    I am from US(Phoenix, AZ), would like to start fruit farming. I plan to start it in Phoenix as well as India (Konkan region). If anyone is interested to start in partnership or has any advise please contact me at my email address :
  • farrukh said on April 8, 2010
    I have land in Rawalpindi Pakistan and i want to start a fruit farming. It is suitable for fish farming and fruit farming.
  • Andrew T Murape said on April 16, 2010
  • ashutosh said on April 29, 2010
    i had a farm with 200 orange tree in Rajasthan, i want to start my own business in that(want to make own brand). currently i m working as a software engg in MNC. some one can help or guide me.
  • Biatus Bito said on May 10, 2010
    I am a Papua New Guinean living in Bulolo, Morobe province. I can recall locals selling fresh oranges and mandarine at the local market in the 70s. In the 1980s and 90s, most of these fruits are now being imported from overseas because there is no existing orchards initiated by the government or other business. Most of the local produces are only seasonal.

    Seeing the increasing population and need for healthy food, I want to venture into the business of fruit farming. I have the land and little bit of skills and knowledge (I am a forester). There are other business opportunities in the vegetable industries like carrot, broccoli, cabbage, spring onion, buld onion, potato etc.

    Where can I get help from outside my country? I am looking also for a partnership. I need start up capital to venture into this business. Biatus
  • vaibhav chouhan said on July 10, 2010
    want to start fruit farming in Mandsore dist, Madya pradesh. Which fruit is right to start the same according to weather and soil. Thanks, Best Regards, Vaibhav Chouhan
  • Tim Hart said on July 23, 2010
    I am looking at buying some land in Granada area of spain Roughtly. I would be very interested in hearing from someone who knows the climate and region to find out the best fruit trees I should start my fruit farm for income. I know there are many Olive farms down here is that the bets fruit tree for this region and should i continue to plant an olive trees or is there another better sort of fruit tree I should consider to make my farm for income purposes, I am looking at land over 15000 square meters. Any advice and help would be most helpful in determining what type of fruit farm I should consider. thank you.
  • Nicholas Ajayi said on August 19, 2010
    I operate from Ogun state South -west Nigeria with wide and varied experince in farming as a graduate of agriculture but with immense passion for organic and fruit farming wishes to know more about fruit farming as it relates to the tropics and the fruit export market.Thanks
  • Linah said on October 14, 2010
    i am in serowe Botswana and i have a small farm where i keep traditional chickens,guinea fowls,pigs,sheep and goats and i want to start fruit farming in the same farm but i'm not yet sure which fruit to go for, i've thought of mangoes and nectarines,what do u think? i'm looking for a well qualified farm manager who will be able to advise me accordingly and run the entire business along side me, i'm also looking for honest reliable hardworking headman to look after the small stock i will make work and residence permits for them
  • Kenneth ochieng Onyango said on December 22, 2010
    I am a Kenyan citizen,with a family. I stay and work in Nyanza province and wish to start a passion fruit farming business. What are the necessary requirements for a venture of this type? KOOnyango, Siaya Nyanza, KENYA
  • Earnest Shipale said on December 22, 2010
    I am a Kenyan residing in Nandi district in Kenya and wish to start a passion fruit farming on a 1/4 acre farm .Kapsabet,Kenya
  • Kakande Charles said on January 3, 2011
    I am a Uganda i have a small capital of which i want to start a fruit farm, i am looking at mangoes, pineapple and papaw but still lack the technical knowledge of how to start and manage a fruit farm. please help out
  • Kandasamy said on January 16, 2011
    I want to start Fruit farming business in Virudhunagar District of Tamil Nadu,India.Which are the fruits suitable to such a dry area.Please advice about Dates farming and Aloevira farming and its suitability.
  • Ojubanire Razaq Adedeji said on January 26, 2011
    I want to start Fruit business specifically orange & pawpaw. I will be glad if you can assist with relevant information. I will also appreciate if you can assist with the list of available hybrids and where to source seedlings. Thanks Ibadan in Oyo State from Nigeria
  • Osefelepelo Gaebolae said on February 2, 2011
    I want to start fruits,fish and vegetable production Business in The Republic of Botswana in the north west District of the country.Through the research I have conducted I have came to choose aquaponics system as the best way to reach my dream.As a result I will be glad if you consider and assist in providing more detailed information considering the types of fruits and vegetables suitable for the system.
  • bhishma kumar said on February 6, 2011
    i want to start fruits & vegetable production in Rewa district in Madhya Pradesh please guide to me for this job
  • Shanie said on March 7, 2011
    I am interested in buying a fruit farm in Western Cape South Africa and want to know the running cost per year on approximately 3000 peach and nectarine trees.
  • kaycee said on March 24, 2011
    I am from lagos Nigeria and will like to start fruits farming business. And will like to cultivate orange, nectarine, mango, guava, please where can i get them to start.
  • IDOWU OLUSEGUN said on March 31, 2011
    I want to plant olive tree in osun state nigeria please help to get an adequate information on the plant
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on March 31, 2011

    @IDOWU OLUSEGUN, Hi IDOWU OLUSEGUN, There are two methods available right now. You can grow olive tree from seeds or use mature branch. It can survive in any type of soil with PH between 5 to 8. They need plenty of water so water the plants deeply in every 5 to 10 days. It need subtropical climate. It can not survive in too cold weather. Olive trees are shallow rooted and do not require very deep soils to produce well.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • Raghunath expert adviser said on April 5, 2011

    @Odella Filder Monica, Hi Monica, You have not mentioned details about your size of land, budgets etc so it is difficult for me to give the exact figures. Here are some points that may help you.

    • Plant your fruit trees at least 20 feet in distance from each other and also select a sunny place.
    • It is always wise to plant more than one variety of fruit at a time. Better you choose pears, apples, plums and cherries these fruits have reliable production.
    • You can use common planting technique, plant atleast three four trees in a whole.
    • Always keep your trees in a manageable size so that it will be easier to thin, sprey and prune.
    • There should be good water facility as fruit trees need lots of water during the growing season. One important point is that keep at least 3-4 inches of Mulch around each tree to cover the soil.
    • The fruit tree need fertilizer before the leaf sprout occurs and it happens during the month of march so you need to fertilize the trees ahead of the time.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • Odella Filder Monica said on April 6, 2011
    I am from Uganda and I want to start a fruit farming industry. I have knowledge but not good enough for a business venture. I am a nurse by profession and retiring in a year's time so i need to start up what will keep me going. Thank you
  • watyekele moses said on May 20, 2011
    i am from uganda in new manafa district and i would like to start passion fruit farming but i dont know how to start it but i do have some capital to start farming
  • Raghunath expert adviser said on May 20, 2011

    @watyekele moses, Hi watyekele moses, Growing passion fruit is not so hard as people think. Infact i can say growing passion fruit is very easy. It needs only well drained soil, plenty of water and little care. There are different varieties of passion fruit and those grow well in different climate as well. Usually purple passion fruits grow well in subtropical region and yellow passion fruits grow well in tropical region. you can choose which variety you want to grow. You can find more information about passion fruit here.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • phemelo said on May 21, 2011
    am in botswana gaborone and would like to start a fruit farming business. please give me more information on this subject as am clueless but eager to learn and ready to attend even courses to aid me become good at this
  • mlooh said on June 19, 2011
    Hey I'm based at South Africa, Province is KwaZulu-Natal, Town is Manguzi, its a small rural area near the mozambique boarder and I'm interested in starting a mango farm! And I'd like to know how long does a mango tree grow and how long it takes to produce mango? How long does the tree itself live (life span)?
  • Kofi Sarfo-Kantanka said on August 3, 2011
    I am a Ghanaian with a desire to become a mango farmer. I am located in the Brong Ahafo Region ,precisely at Wenchi. What fungicides will I need to apply on my 4 year old trees and how often do I have to do this?
  • buba said on August 4, 2011
    i need a comprehensive proposal on how to start up an orchard farm. including cost,tree per area etc. pls help out.the proposal is for all types of trees.
  • mcbae setshogo said on August 4, 2011
    i would like to start fruit farming, i'm based in gaborone botswana. i do have the land around 30km southeast of the city. please help me with ideas
  • Muazzamz Gombe said on August 9, 2011
    I am a Nigerian from Gombe state willing to become an international fruit farmer mind you i'm from a very hot Sahara region for that i'm kinda confuse on what type of fruit to plant, i already have about ten hectors of land and a start up capital. please i need your advise on what to do.
  • taelo mahatanya said on August 22, 2011
    Hi, I'm South African living in Free State. I'm looking 2 buy land ready for planting olives or existing olive farm. the farm can be in free state or outside. it should be big enough for sound business.
  • amos said on September 20, 2011
    Hi, I am Amos. I am interested in fruits farming but I dont know which of the fruits that will really do well in the area am proposing for the farm. I am from the niger delta region of nigeria and a linguist by profession. I will really appreciate if I can get some tips from you especially on the type of fruits, what I need etc.
  • Kenneth said on October 26, 2011
    Hi, i'm kenneth, a Nigerian,i need a comprehensive proposal on how to start up an orchard farm, including cost. The proposal is for pawpaw and orange, send to my email, please help.
  • nancy morankwane said on November 1, 2011
    hi, i'm a south african want to be a fruits & farmer in rural area dipompong north west province, i've got a piece of land for my biz as a start, already challenged strawberries from the aside 3 bedding at home ,not yet at the piece of land , as i'm struggling, with some relevant equipments to use, like air blast sprayer, tractor,mower,pull behind,carts,shades ,and hospipe .
  • annette kabende said on November 8, 2011
    hi i'm a namibian residing in caprivi and i want to start up fruit and vegetable business,i have 30 hectors of land and i have started with debushing, i'm struggling as i'm from a disadvantaged group, what equipment should i buy for the business?
  • KEDIEMETSE TIRO said on January 10, 2012
    I am a motswana residing in Tutume village and i want to start a fruit and vegetable business. I have no land yet but to be allocated land soon. Botswana government promised to give me a loan to buy equipment for the orchard, which equipment should i buy and which can do well in business
  • Jideani Josiah said on February 16, 2012
    I am a Nigerian, i have a land in Anambra state and would want to startup a fruit farm, if i can get a partner so we could go jointly and maybe afterwards setup a juicing factory. Any interested partner should can contact me on or call on +2348034584478.
  • Lauri said on March 15, 2012
    Hello friends over the world! I wanted to ask if u know where can i find a job at Spain in farming. I live Estonia and i want to go away and discover the world with my partner. So maybe some who have started with business can offer us a job. Best regards, Lauri.
  • Joshi said on April 4, 2012
    Hi, I want to grow a orchard in Rajasthan, Kota. How much land is required for that, Which fruits can be grown there. What equipment do I need for that and how much is the investment? Thanks Joshi
  • Nishant said on April 14, 2012
    i want to start fruit farming in the Shajapur belt of Madhaya pradesh. i want to start Orange farming. i want to know about the investment incurred in it. thanks
  • Diana said on April 16, 2012
    Hi, my accountant said I need a small business for a write off for taxes. We live in Fallbrook California. I was thinking of growing something on my 1/2 acre what would you suggest? the soil is a lot of DG but is a slight slope. any help would be great.
  • Boniface Kariuki said on April 19, 2012
    i am interested to start a fruit farming business, i want to venture in ribbenna farming, if somebody can help me with the best soil and soil ph
  • Janet said on May 1, 2012
    I am in Uganda, Fort Portal and interested in fruit farming and have little income, i have 1/2 acre of land and need the support.
  • 0kello julius said on May 3, 2012
    i am in uganda, lira district i want to start up the fruit farming especially avocado farming. i have 5 acres of land and i dont have the start up capital. i dont know the rainfall requirement. please help me with some ideas.
  • bob gonzales said on May 8, 2012
    I am wanting to start a fruit tree farm. We currently planted 20 fruit tree to start off. I need some input of what kind of fruit trees do or don't do well in central texas.
  • Mr. Chandan Nandi said on May 15, 2012
    I have agriculture land at Burdwan in West Bengal, India. Paddy is the major crops. Water is available through out the year. Now I want to know which other commercial crops/horticulture products like Strawberry or other fruits can grow.
  • pratik said on May 16, 2012
    i want to start my new business of fruits farming. i'm new in this proff. so plzz kindly guide me what i do at first. i want to grown some specific fruits like mango, banana, lichi, etc. at 1st in a very small amount .. plzz guide me the procedure. plz.. i'm waiting to ur email :-
  • RAMKUMAR said on May 18, 2012
  • natalie seikanyeng said on June 1, 2012
    I want to start my own business of fruit farming. I want to grow fruits like oranges, nartji and mangoes but i dont have adequate knowledge about them. I am in Botswana from a town called Mahalapye. Please help me with all the steps i have to go through and the management required to grow these fruits.
  • Soraya said on June 5, 2012
    I cannot believe some of the silly comments I am reading here- some readers want to start their own farms yet are asking others for costs, etc??? Surely you have agricultural science students in your countries (Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria) who could help you with your proposal??? Realistically, you should only go into business in an area you know something about- if you don't know anything about fruits, never mind how to manage fruit plantations, then don't go into the business.
  • Tendo martyn said on June 11, 2012
    Hello people can some one please give info on, how to get/plant non-GMO hybrid/scions for oranges/mangoes/pawpaws/ i would like to venture into fruit tree some where in central Uganda.
  • shambare simbarashe said on June 27, 2012
    i'm looking for buyers willing to part with 5000 avocado trees mature enough to be grown. i also have mango, peaches and pawpaw trees. All prizes are negotiable on site. Hurry now while the stock last. interested parties should contact me on 0736140831.
  • kristine said on June 28, 2012
    i am a ugandan, living in entebbe. i have 5 acres of land and ready manpower i would like to start commercial farming of strawberries but don't know how to go about it. someone with experience and ability should kindly help.
  • ARUN said on July 2, 2012
    what type of fruits cultivation possible in west bengal in north 24 pgs.( plum cultivation is possible)
  • Karthikeyan said on July 6, 2012
    I am from Trippur district in India. I am interested in fruit farming and vegetable farming, but our is a dry area suggest me which type of fruits and vegetables can I plant.
  • Rob said on July 12, 2012
    Wanting to look at starting a small apple and or peach farm. Would be located on 15-25 acres in central Ill. and there is a high clay soil condition. Had been farmed in recent years( corn and beans) but idle last 5-6 yrs. Looking at a Golden Delicious apple and not sure on best type peaches for soil. Before going into this further wanted to see if conditions of this area are worthy of continuing?????
  • selva said on July 21, 2012
    i have fashion fruit plant i want buyer in india tamil nadu other country.
  • pablo ignacio said on July 26, 2012
    am from Equatorial Guinea i have a plot of land in village and i want to start a business on fruit i need help. can anyone with experience advice me?
  • Karunanand Jha said on August 31, 2012
    How to manage commercial mango charts?
  • Fred Evans said on September 30, 2012
    I am not a businessman but a Pensioner. And I was playing around on the internet trying to find out which fruit trees are fast growing in the free. I have a 800 square Meter stand adjoining my living area, and would like to see if I could make some extra cash by planting fast growing and yielding fruit tree. Thanking you. Fred
  • Arben mucollari said on October 7, 2012
    Dear all, I am look for an investor in the field of fruit and specifically for oranges. investment is outside the U.S.. Let me know if you have interest.
  • nelson hamutenha said on October 14, 2012
    I have a very big land which i turn on a farm, in Angola Huambo province, and look for fruits plant of 2 meter to buy, like 500 pears, 300 mangoes, 300 avocados, 500 oranges, 200 lichee, 600 apple, 300 peach, which be total of 2700 plants. Thanks i am waiting for quote. Nelson
  • Fernando Obama said on October 17, 2012
    Have a huge Land of big , fresh and delicious pineapples in central Africa, Equatorial Guinea and looking forward to sell my product internally email me at if interested
  • Mawadri Michael said on October 19, 2012
    I want to start commercial fruit fariming in my own village. The land has loamy soil with forest covers and planning fruits and vegatble farming as a livelihood project. please advise on first things first! Thank you
  • Prince semiu Akamo said on October 19, 2012
    I am in nigeria location at Abeokuta ogun state i have interest on framing to grown some moringa seed and some specific fruits like banana, oranges please help me i need joint ventures from indian. Call 08188515320 email thank you
  • Ravikiran said on October 30, 2012
    Just have 10000 sft mango garden for just 60000 rs. When the time of ur investment we will register the land on ur name and we start plantation of mangoes there. Meanwhile we starts vegetables farm between the mango plants. So u will get 1000 rs per month as a lease amount upto 60 month so your investment return back. After 5 years if u want to sell the land we will buy the 10rs per sft. Other wise u sell it to any body. Means total 60 thousand rupees is the lease amount and 1 lakh is the land cost . Total 160000rs. Interested people send their interest
  • Amarjit Singh Bhattal beginner adviser said on November 2, 2012

    Dear @Pallavi Limaye, I am a farmer from Punjab and we been doing citrus plants( Kinoo - hybrid of orange, malta and mousami). On my last visit to Australia, I got involved in an Olive plantation and I have started with 2 acres experimental Olive orchard in Punjab, India . I would like to do it in a bigger way. Although I do not have any experience in AZ farming methods and systems but being from farming background, I am an advocate for alternate farming. If you can send details about what you have in mind for joint set up, we can discuss it further. All the best. Regards, || Farming Expert

  • Amarjit Singh Bhattal beginner adviser said on November 2, 2012

    @Raghunath, Dear Sir, Actually I got a bit confused about your response about irrigating Olive plants. I was told during my two weeks training with an Olive Association in Australia that "Olive plants do not like water at their feet". Drainage is very important for these plants. They can with stand dry weather better than water standing around the plant. This being a mediterarian plant, it does well with average water and thats why most orchards are on gently sloping land in well drained soils. My Plants in Punjab are just an year old and I am an experimental stage. Therefore, I wanted to clarify this if I am doing the right thing. So far I have not come across ANY established Olive farmer in India. If you know of someone, I would be thankful in introducing them to me so that we can seek necessary guidance and exchange notes. || Farming Expert

  • Raghunath expert adviser said on November 5, 2012

    @Amarjit Singh Bhattal, you are right sir. I checked all my posts but I didn't see where I wrote about having standing water. They should be watered in every 8-10 days and water them enough so that it reaches the deep roots. These trees grow for many years so the roots go really deep.

    Raghunath Natarajan
    Startup Biz Hub - Advisor (Staff)

  • Mojib said on November 11, 2012
    I am from Bangladesh, I have land in hilly area , I think the land is suitable for cultivating Sweet Orange, How can I get technical know how for planting sweet orange
  • Amarjit Singh Bhattal beginner adviser said on November 14, 2012

    @Raghunath, Thanks for your update Mr. Raghunath. I had responded to your comment #21:
    I am not Olive plants specialist. I just had some training in Australia as I mentioned and I do have a small experimental farm with Olive plants and I am seeking as much input as possible. I have tied up with an Israeli Agricultural consultant recently and they are due to visit my farm end of this month. Most Plantations in India are at very nascent stage and its mostly hit and trials going on. I hope we get better and concrete information for Olives with State specific information in India as this plant has a good future in India and is likely to bring good returns for farmers in India in due course of time. All the best. Amarjit Singh Bhattal || Farming Expert

  • OKOT PATRICK said on November 25, 2012
    I am interested in fruits farming in my area basically on oranges but am worried if it can do well. am in Padibe East sub/county Lamwo District-The greater North region, city Kampala-Uganda.
  • vipin goyal said on December 1, 2012
    i want to start a fruit farm of about 100 hector near by chambel revines between dholpur(raj.) & morena(m.p.)
  • Ethelbert Ihedike said on December 10, 2012
    I am a pensioner, my farm is located in the delta high land area of imo state of nigeria in west africa. My farm is over 150 hectares. I am into fruits & vegetable I and seek for investors or partners from any part of the world. Return on investment is projected at over 200% within five years. Interested partners or investors can contact me +2347037705347 or
  • Sentamu said on December 25, 2012
    Am located in Bombo and have access to irrigation water, am starting carrot and passionfruit farming. Please provide me with more information
  • Dhamuzungu Paul said on January 13, 2013
    Dhaumuzungu Paul in Eastern Uganda i would like to start a passion fruit growing as business near the lake Victoria and i have over ten acres of land but the problem is limited resources to move on well with the project. Any investor who is willing to invest in this project can come and put hands together and i supply him or her with the passion fruits. I am in Mayuge District in Uganda. You can contact me on +256752542651 or email me at 13th/01/ 2013
  • Harishchandrakadam said on January 28, 2013
    I want detail information about this crop, grown in konkan resion...!
  • Gert Beukes said on February 6, 2013
    Hi i would like to start a fruit business on my farm which are fast growing but i am not sure which fruit trees is fast growing in Namibia. Please if anyone can help
  • Elago Gesser said on February 17, 2013
    Hi i would like to start a fruit business on my farm north namibia ( omusati region) Oshikuku constituency. I am planning to grow seven varieties of peaches and nectarines in the first three years including the Redhaven, Ishtara, Tenn Natural, Lovell, Bailey, Montclar, Starks Redleaf, and the famous Elberta. I would like also to know if this variety can grow in north of Namibia first, if it can then its ok with me. I am having 5 ha of land which is ready for business now. My problem is limited resources to move on well with the project. Any investor who is willing to invest in this project can come and put hands together and i supply him or her with the fruits. Please email me at
  • Alfred Olama said on February 19, 2013
    Hi, I come West Nile Region of Uganda along the Nile river and would like to start FISH FARMING in the Nile water. I request for your guidance.
  • Hiam said on February 19, 2013
    Dear, We have a land in the mountain of Lebanon where the weather is cold in winter and moderate in summer. I need some advise of what kind of fruit trees and vegetable are appropriate to use to start up our own business. Thank you
  • sam said on February 27, 2013
    hey hi i'm planing to start growing the fruits in off season in India Karnataka near gulbraga Dist, so can any one tell me what all fruits grown in Karnataka n tell me something about off season fruits growing tec n how to grow them and growing fruits at odd seasons. so plz mail me at my i,e thank u
  • ABHAY PATIDAR said on March 7, 2013
    We have around 4 acres of land in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. I am interested in fruit farming. Which fruit can be cultivated and is more profitable looking to the geographic as well as weather condition of that particular area. please suggest.
  • kassim Hashim said on March 9, 2013
    I am an indigine of kano state nigeria, i am planning to row mango and guava, but I dont know if the soil will favor me. The soil is perhaps dry at surface, by digging 4_5 inches you find the soil weight. Is it possible for me to achieve my aim of planting fruits, more importantly mango & guava? Tanx kassim
  • Chale Judith said on March 11, 2013
    Am Judith from Uganda! I want to start a fruit farm of oranges and mangoes from the rural area, but i don't have support. I am looking for funders who can help me financially, please connect me to them.
  • patricia said on March 13, 2013
    Hi, Am interested in planting an orchard of mixed fruits in Tororo district eastern Uganda. kindly tell me if it will work out and any help towards this cause is welcome. actually i would like it as a way to help in the nutrition of children in the area and also environmental purposes. Thanks
  • Pramod said on March 18, 2013
    hello everyone. i am searching for partner to start orange farming in Lamjung, Nepal. Lamjung is best place to grow orange. if anyone is willing. thanks
  • martins akpan said on March 29, 2013
    regards, i am martins akpan i am based in akwa ibom nigeria i intend starting a pineapple farm/bar i will need advise please email
  • vijay said on April 12, 2013
    Dear sir/madam, I want to develop 100 acres of land in karnataka location is citradurga. please suggest me what crops i can grow there. this land will be along with goat farming, green house, aqua culture, dairy farming, poultry and herbal garden. My intention is to plan this project in such a way that students from different universities on agriculture can do research here.please send your brief advise.
  • Mahmood said on April 15, 2013
    Assalamu alaikum; i am from bangladesh, i have 100 acres of land at cox bazar distric; i wanna start agricultural business but i have not enough capital to start up. Anybody who is interested in agricultural bizness can invest in this field. Plz dont hesitate to contact me at
  • Mrityunjay Singh said on April 15, 2013
    I m from Kaushambhi, U.P. India i have 10 bigha's of land and I wanna start gauva & Amla agriculture business but i have no experience in this field my famous for both fruits and good weather condition & good resources for fruit farming kindly give me knowledge how to start good fruit farming. Contact any help anybody give me.
  • abinash kumar panda said on April 19, 2013
    I am abinash kumar panda job in a car dealer I am starting own business I want banana framing how to start the farming I live in orissa
  • Amarjit Singh Bhattal beginner adviser said on April 22, 2013

    @abinash kumar panda, Dear Abinash, Well drained soils and good irrigation source are very important for Banana plants. I suggest first get the soil tested and get the survey/mapping done of the land. Ideally land should be gently sloping to that excess water runs off as these plants do not like stagnant water for long. All the best || Farming Expert

  • Simon Shongwe said on May 14, 2013
    My name is Simon Shongwe from South Africa KwaZulu Natal Province in the City of Durban, I'm having a large interest in olive farming, and I've read a number of books about olive farming. I would like to do olive farming to create employment opportunities and transfer skills in olive farming. I've got 4 hacters of land I need a partner to start olive farming and funding. I've got a Diploma in Project Management. Kindly advise me on where to start and is there any training that could be provided. Thanking you in anticipation. Regards
  • Joseph Ojur L'Ameno said on June 5, 2013
    I'm from Soroti, Uganda. I'd like to start an orchard this June comprising of oranges, mangoes, passion fruits, and apples. Please, help me with some resourceful advice pertaining to finances, measurements and caring for the seedlings from aphids and termites.
  • Abdallah Bin Issah said on June 9, 2013
    Hi, am a Ghanaian and want to start fruit farming. Actually I want to know which fruits are needed in other countries so I can take advantage of exporting some. Am a fresh polytechnic graduate and offered entrepreneurship and finance. How many acres of land do I need to start with. Thank you
  • Saurav Bhattacharya said on June 30, 2013
    I understand, mango and guava grow well in the South 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. What minimum land size is required for commercial cultivation of mango and/or guava? What are the other basic aspects that need to be kept in mind? I have other occupation and want to start off with fruit cultivation as a side activity and if it does well I will increase it further.
  • terscasnonifarmenterprice said on July 30, 2013
    our company had 20 acres of passion fruits plantation farm located at Ada in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. Please we want buyers. Thank You, Telephone number:+233 244 522 336 email
  • Karungi Susan Ateenyi said on September 3, 2013
    located in kampala, i have 1 acre of land, i would like to plant egg plant, carrots, onions, ntula, watermelon or may be maize, Mukono, Kampala-Uganda, East Africa


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