Orange Farming Business

Probably one of the most consumed home fruit products is orange and you can tell it by the exerted effort of big food manufacturing companies to sell orange fruits in your household.

If you are intent on growing oranges then these tips can help you make it a successful farming business.

orange farming

For passionate farmers out there looking and choosing for a sure-fire home fruit product, probably the best choice is orange. Growing orange and selling it is like reaping the result of your labor in just a short period of time. Most of all, who does not like oranges? One of the most eaten home fruit products out there that household members love to eat and make a juice out of it is orange. Just see how many big conglomerate food manufacturing out there try to mimic the natural taste of orange in a juice and see how orange is the favorite of every household out there.

If you are interested or inclined in growing oranges for entrepreneurial venture, then growing the product is your first task to do prior to the anticipation of the windfall that will come your way come harvest time.

Here are some tips on how you can start growing oranges:

Pick the Right Variety in Growing Oranges

There are many varieties of oranges out there and growing oranges to be effective and successful means knowing what variety suits your location or farm. It is known that Washington navel grows well in California while the variety called Valencia is suitable and can grow to its full potential in areas like Arizona, Texas, and Florida. The importance of this knowledge is the secret of harvesting tasty and saleable oranges and of course the easy task of growing them.

Pick Sunny Area in Growing Oranges

Since orange since its transmigration centuries ago to United States is a tropical fruit, the best place where you should grow and plant them is in a sunny area. This citrus fruit needs a lot of sunshine and also the soil beneath it will have a good draining system for water.

Two Points as a Reminder in Growing Oranges

One point wherein you can effectively grow your oranges is by watering the tree 7 to 10 days in midsummer as heat tends to dry the soil it is planted. Then when there is rain, water it less since the rainfall is already nourishing your tree enough for it to bear good fruits.

Second point is the frequency of putting fertilizer to help it grow. According to expert farmers it is much better if you put fertilizer in it every four to six weeks starting from February to August.


  • Gideon Msheri said on March 9, 2011
    AM an interested orange farmer based in Tanzania Tanga region in the Handeni district. I will appreciate getting the basics of orange farming. I have 100 acres 0f land and ready to join anybody whom we can develop the project in partnership. tks &rgds msheri
  • sai kiran padhi said on April 24, 2011
    I am a farmer from Rayagada town, orissa state, India. I am interested in orange farming, I have about 30 acre of land.
  • narayan sigdel said on July 23, 2011
    i am interesting person for orange farming in our place we can got cheap land for e=farming near about 101800sq meter land i want technical support and suggestion for farming and planning
  • Ami Sesoo said on September 27, 2011
    72, Ahmadu Bello Way, Central Business Area, Abuja,FCT-Nigeria. want to start an orange farm and i have 5 hectares of land
  • DAWN said on January 11, 2012
  • Albert said on May 23, 2012
    i have an orange plantation with a lot of orange fruits to sell. interested ones to contact me on 0244488363
  • Naranjas Valencia beginner adviser said on May 31, 2012
    Hello I have an orange plantation with 5.000 trees and lots of oranges that I want to sell. It is located in Valencia (Spain), the land of many of the oranges sold worldwide, if you are interested and you want to get further information contact me on: || Orange Farming Expert

  • Yakubu said on June 8, 2012
    I have 15 acres of orange farm and want someone who will like to buy them when is time to harvest.11 acres are already starting doing well,and the rest 4 are still growing.
  • sanon said on June 15, 2012
    I have 1/2 an acre of orange farm and i want someone who will guide well on how 2 expand it because my target is 18 acres of the farm. any kind of ideology support is required. Thanks people. Sanon Douglus
  • Dirk Joubert said on July 30, 2012
    Good day, I have a lot of oranges and need a places to sell them in the Limpopo province or any other place it does not really matter.
  • madhusoodanan nair said on July 31, 2012
    Please describe basics of orange plant farming and whether possible in kerala state of india. i am from kottayam distict.
  • Dorota said on August 13, 2012
    Hi I like to start orange plant farming, Please advice me were I can purchase orange tree and how to start farming
  • bharat .m said on September 20, 2012
    Hello I am bharat from jharkhand want to start orange farm in 1 acre is that possible in there. and how to start orange farming.
  • patricia said on October 9, 2012
    Hello, I am interested in starting an orange farm. I have 20 hectors of farm land. Can you please tell me different species of oranges and the best sold type, farming conditions.Thanks
  • abdulla said on October 12, 2012
    Hello i am interested in orange farming. is it possible to grow in Kerala if yes where can i get the tree
  • Kokowa Mark said on October 25, 2012
    I want to set up orange farm in Ekeremor Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, Nigeria. Is it possible?
  • Ngqabutho Khumalo said on January 6, 2013
    Hi, my name is Ngqabutho Khumalo i would like to start an orange farm in the northern part of Botswana, i would like to know what type of soil, water quality and weather is required for this plantation
  • fouzia nishat sultana said on February 7, 2013
    we want to grow orange bangladesh with in 25 acres of land.
  • madalisto chirwa said on February 20, 2013
    i would like to start farming oranges in mpemba near blantyre city in malawi
  • devz said on February 28, 2013
    Hi I'm Devz. I'm looking 2 buy bulk oranges in south africa. Can anyone help me? Will buy other produce aswel in bulk in south africa and if the prices are right. U can contact me on 073 700 1165 . Tank u
  • Hanna said on April 23, 2013
    I am interested in buying oranges bulk from anywhere in Spain, Africa etc. Also buy other fruit for juice. Destination is central Europe. Could you give prices etc.. Tha,
  • Leslie Grant said on August 16, 2013
    I am looking to buy bulk oranges from Spain for juice. Can you please send price to the above email.
  • CROWN EDEOSA said on August 17, 2013
    Please advise me on how to start and develop an orange farm in Edo State, Nigeria. The is semi-dry land.
  • Yakubu said on September 16, 2013
    I have 15 acres orange farm and want someone who will like to buy them when is time to harvest. 11 acres are ready doing well and the rest 4 acres are still growing. Interested person can contact me on this 004915217662250 Germany or 00233509195401 Ghana (FARM) or you can contact me on this e-mail or please only interested person or any one who want partnership. Note partnership should contact Mr.Yakubu in Germany Tel:004915217662250 e-mail yoremot@facebook. Com only. Thank you.
  • Tshepo Malgas said on November 19, 2013
    Hi my name is Tshepo Malgas i am looking for an orange farmer who can sell me orange peels, i am base in Nelspruit Mpumalanga South Africa my contact number is 071 916 5016 you can contact me on e-mail or on my cell. Thank you.
  • khalsingh magar said on December 31, 2013
    I am very interested in orange farming. I am looking for good information and suggestions from experts for appropriate climate and soil. I'd like to run an orange farm in Rolpa Nepal.
  • QInTheMaking said on February 22, 2014
    TO SUPPLIERS OF ORANGES, QInTheMaking is a soon to be newly launched company in Sweden who provides customers with fresh fruit and vegetables. I'm looking for a supplier of oranges, mainly from Spain and Portugal. At the moment we have estimated a sales volume of 0,5tons/year as a start with a purchasing price of 13sek/kg and would like to have a price offer from you, Looking forward hearing from you, Kind Regards
  • estera said on March 9, 2014
    my business location is belgium ,brussels. please help me in starting an orange farm.
  • Rajasi said on April 17, 2014
    Hi, I have around 45 acres of land in Nagpur, Maharastra, India on which we have Orange trees. Each year we have lakhs of oranges. I want to start a business related to oranges or want to find proper dealer that are interested to buy Oranges in reasonable prices. Also someone who can do a future/forward contract with me for oranges. Need suggestion. Regards, Rajasi
  • thusiman said on April 30, 2014
    I have a 14 hectares farm in Botswana looking for business partner to grow oranges. 00267 71 991 984
  • D.B. Goyal said on August 8, 2014
    I have around 20 acres of land in Nagpur, Maharastra, India on which we have Orange trees. Is someone assist me in exporting oranges to US, Indonesia & Germany. Pls contact me at
  • Sabine said on October 27, 2014
    Hello, i'm from Latvia, i wanted to ask maybe someone needs workers in Spain for picking oranges or something else? :)
  • Pius Wanji said on May 25, 2015
    I am from the west region of Cameroon, I have 5 hectares of land and am very interested in growing oranges but lack advise, techniques etc. Thanks.
  • Anengbah said on June 12, 2015
    Hello, I wish to start up an orange farm, I wish to find out technical information concerning orange farming: that is
    _ the number of orange trees to be planted /arc of land
    _ the amount of orange fruit /orange tree/variety of orange
    _ information on favorable climatic conditions producing best orange output
  • Kwame Aboagye said on August 28, 2015
    Hello, I have a ten acre orange plantation in Ghana and I am looking for buyers of the fruits. I also need technical advice on how to maintain the plantation for a good yield. Thanks
  • Dhiraj said on September 7, 2015
    Hi, We have got good orange blossom. Expected output is 100 tons. Please contact us in India M#91300 56906. Regards, Dhiraj
  • Sumeet Junneja said on September 15, 2015
    hi, i have around 100 acres of land in the best suitable area for citrus fruit plantation. Infact my land is surrounded by almost 12000 acres of orange growing farms already. marking the area as the biggest and the best belt in India for horticulture. i am looking for a company who is engaged in orange farming, and can work on my land on revenue sharing basis. But with new and advanced techniques in farming. u can call me on 9827230772india
  • aditya singh parihar said on November 19, 2015
    I Want to start a orange Farming Business and i have 25 acre land in Lidhaura Village,Hamirpur Uttar Pradesh.
  • George Mutiso said on March 26, 2016
    My name is George from Kenya. I have 25 to 40 acres and am very interested in planting Oranges. Interested more on Valencia and Naval varieties. The climatic conditions are hot between 15-38 degrees celcius.I need advice on how to get the seedlings and information that will help me get a good yield. That info from A-Z in regards to Orange Farming. Please Help. George Mutiso
  • hungwez said on July 9, 2016
    how do you plant your own oranges. Can seeds do. How long can it take for an orange tree to produce first fruits I southern africa
  • Grace said on November 7, 2016
    I have 10 acres farm and i am planning to start orange farming. I notice a lot of farmers here are looking for buyers and others looking to buy oranges. I want to know how we can contact each other the seller and buyer since i do not see any email address. Thank you
  • SANJAY JAIN said on January 30, 2017
  • Ashar sing subba said on January 15, 2020
    I had orange farming so I want to sell my orange
  • Onneile Moabi said on June 4, 2020
    I intend to lease a 10-ha field to establish an orange farm; how much can it cost me roughly? I want to plow navel orange trees spacing 3m between trees and 6m between rows. I am in northern Botswana.


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