Starting Own Almond Farm

If you want to start your own almond farm, you should pick an ideal location where the weather is good for growing almond trees. The soil should be well drained and rich in nutrients to ensure maximum growth.

Taking good care of the trees is vital so you will need to hire extra help.

Starting an Almond Farm

An almond farm can be expensive to establish but if you know what to do, you may be able to succeed. You will need to choose an ideal location for your farm. You can check out the available land properties in your area. If you have a vast land that is not being used, then you can convert it into an almond farm. A business plan can help you to secure funding especially if you need to purchase the property. The plan can also help you in the day to day operations of the farm. It will serve as your guide and your key to success.

Planting Almond Trees

Once you have the farm, you can now check out the local nursery. You can get the seedlings there. This is also the best time to get extra help so that you can begin planting the trees in their right places. Make sure that you inquire about the proper spacing of the almonds so that they will not compete for the soil’s nutrients. Determine the best time of the year to plant the almonds to ensure maximum growth. Make sure that the trees are maintained properly so that they can grow quickly. Almonds usually take about five years before it can produce crops. With an ideal weather, the almond trees will bloom and pollination can begin. Pollination usually takes about 3-4 weeks but if you’re lucky, it can happen in 2-5 days. As you can see, it will take some time before you can make harvests and so you might want to find alternative income opportunities. You can plant other crops in your farm that will provide you with income in the coming years.

When the almond trees are ready, you can now begin the harvest. You will see maximum production when the almond trees are 6 to 10 years old but the trees can still produce almonds for over 50 years. The almond nuts can be stored or you can also sell it if you like. If your resources permit, you can also build a store in your farm where the locals can get almond products. This is a great opportunity to make money. You can also find customers from other places with the help of the internet. You will depend greatly on the weather in your region especially when the almonds are already in bloom. So before you decide to start an almond farm, you need to study the local climate and weather.

149 Comments

  • B vijayabhasker said on January 8, 2010
    Dear sir, i am interested in almond farm so pls guide me i am from India state Andhrapradesh city Hyderabad so, pls write me details as soon as possible. Thanking you. with warm regards. vijayabhasker.B
  • dipali pathak said on January 22, 2010
    i am from assam guwahati i am interested in almond farm so please guide me so that i can start my business. what type of climate and soil is necessary for the almond production.
  • manoj said on January 26, 2010
    i am from delhi and i am interested in almond farm please help me and what kind of soil and weather is necessary for almonds
  • Nhlapo Vusi said on January 27, 2010
    Hi I am one person who likes to plant on farm tell me are Almonds one of the plants one rely and make maximum profit to be again to pay farm tax and other expenses that can be accrued during the first years when plants were still growing. We have lots of lands that are lying open unused in our area how can I get funding to secure about three hactres of land or more and who will finance me.
  • vinay krishna mishra said on May 12, 2010
    hi i am willing to start my business in farming & small scale industries if you can pls guide me about the production & markets in india I will be very helpful. i reside in Mumbai mahrastra india
  • deepak lohani said on May 20, 2010
    hi i am from nepal. i'm interested in almond farming. plz help . i want to start it . what types of climate & soil is necessary ? and how can i get its seed and plant ?
  • Ade Elegbede said on August 17, 2010
    I am interested in almond farming and almond milk. The farm to be used is in Nigeria and I would like to know what climate is good for the planting of almond. My country is in need of so many product and I believe starting with almonds can help us greatly.
  • Hamoud Habsi said on October 15, 2010
    Dear Sir, i am thinking to start planting Almond in Pangasinan Philippines, can you help and instruct me how to start? Best Regards Hamoud Habsi
  • Devkrishna R. Patel said on October 23, 2010
    Dear sir, we want start almond farm in Gujarat,our climate is correct for almond ? Pls.reply. Thinking you sir
  • harsh said on January 23, 2011
    hi i am harsh.i am from himachal pardesh distt. kullu.i want to start almond farm so please guide me for this.i have a big vacant farm at about height of 2000 to 3000 ft.
  • Nar Bahadur Amgai said on February 2, 2011
    I am from Nepal My land is in 1500m from sea level, south face with irrigation facility. Soil ph range is 5-6 Can I grow almond in this land? Please help me.
  • R b rai said on February 3, 2011
    Dear sir! I am from nepal. I want to farm almond in place.My place is situated in the north-east of nepal.The altitude is 2600 metre from sea level.There is enough irrigation.Can I start almond farming on the place.would you please help me?I am every interested to farm almond on my own land.
  • Ana Valencia said on February 3, 2011
    Hi Im Ana from Kingston Jamaica. I am very interested in Almond Farming. Please send me some details.
  • Anthony Lasam said on February 19, 2011
    Currently in Los Angeles with plans to move to Ethiopia and start my almond farm. Please reply and advise with any pertinent info at your convenience. Thank you!
  • dhaval patel said on March 15, 2011
    hi m looking forward to start almond farm i have already work for an almond farm in australia and know pretty much everything about it. but the only problem i am facing at the moment is where can i buy the seedlings ? if u could help me out with that will appreciate that. thanks dhaval.
  • ritu said on April 13, 2011
    is gurgaon weather alright for growing almond trees
  • sati said on June 9, 2011
    i would like to start almond farms , in kenya. here land is ok.would it be possible to grow ,almonds in an equatorial climate. at what altitudes are almonds best ,to grow. what level water, rainfall best suited,area.
  • chandra bahadur manandhar said on July 25, 2011
    Hi this chandra from nepal. I want to start professionally almond farming, but i have no ideas about in this field. my location is as follow; country-nepal, city- 75km east-north from kathmandu(capital), height-1975 from sea level,soil ph range-5.9,location south face, no irrigation facility, depend on rainfall, temperature 26-28 in summer and zero in winter at night. so dear sir , i need detail information about almond farming. I hope , you will cooperate and guideline to me. I am waiting for your valuable suggestion. thanks CHANDRA, NEPAL
  • Ganesh Dhungana said on August 4, 2011
    Hello sir/Mam I'm from Nepal, i want to start Almond farming..where can I get Pants...Please Suggest Me...
  • Basnet Radhakrishna said on August 19, 2011
    I am from kathmandu. I want to start Almond plantation professionally.Please suggest me.Thank you
  • gyanendra shrestha said on August 25, 2011
    Hello I have land about 1400 meter height,want to cultivate almond plant,can u suggest me ? it is possible or not. thank you.
  • ajay said on September 4, 2011
    i am from jhansi,state - uttar pradesh,country- india. i want to make our own almond farm house , so plz suggest me ,how we can make our profitable farm house for almond farming
  • santosh said on September 6, 2011
    i am from kathmandu . i want to start Almond plantation professionally. please suggest me for that and land is about 1750m from sea level,temperature is normally 1-3o degrees. thank you.
  • Jay Kay said on October 17, 2011
    Hello, my name is Jay Kay. We have land about 500 hectares in Moldova, Gagauzia, city of Comrat. Help me please with advise. How to make it profitable there and is there a possibility and necessity to insure the land? we want to make an almond farm. thank you. looking forward to hear from you soon.
  • basanta baral said on October 29, 2011
    i want to do the almond farming because it was my aim because i liked it so much.
  • sundar adhikari beginner adviser said on November 14, 2011
    TO-CHANDRA BD. MANANDHAR NEPAL, an almonds orchard can be a expensive projects. if you have vast land will be a profitable. how is your road excise. your field is ok to almonds farmings but almonds plant need irrigation. in your land side possible to bring water not so far from 2 k.m range to supply 1 inch plastic pipe to water filling on reservoir tank. so we can design to make micro irrigation system to develop almonds orchards. i am waiting to your reply ASAP. sundar adhikari

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  • sundar adhikari beginner adviser said on November 18, 2011
    @Deepak lohani & rb rai, hi Better almonds farm can be establish on mid hill regain of sub-topical climates in all nepal. must be altitudes 1500 m.s.l.up area with east face of land is much better. growing almonds orchards is a year round business. the tree need a sunny area. a hot in summer and cool winter. same rain & irrigation too. no sub-zero temperatures. tree is not self pollinating so orchard need more than one verity. soil ph range is 6-7.5 very good. commercial almonds farm need vast area land if your location people only used land tradition farming method so they don't earn money you can convince to co-operative farmings. convert it to almonds orchards sundar adhikari

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  • KARAN said on November 30, 2011
    DEAR SIR, I AM KARAN FROM NEPAL AND I AM SO MUCH INTERESTED FOR ALMOND PLANTATION I HAVE MORE AND VAST LAND FOR THIS PROJECT AND IT IS SUITABLE TEMPERATURE TOO IF YOU GIVE ME SOME DETAILS ON THIS REGARDS IT WILL BE REALLY HELPFUL FOR ME. KARAN_GURUNG11@YAHOO.COM
  • shivaji gove said on December 6, 2011
    I AM SHIVAJI GOVE FROM SOLAPUR DISTRICT MAHARASHTR A STATE AND I AM SO MUCH INTERESTED FOR ALMOND PLANTATION I HAVE MORE AND VAST LAND FOR THIS PROJECT AND YOU GIVE ME SOME DETAILS ON THIS REGARDS IT WILL BE REALLY HELPFUL FOR ME. BUT MAHARASHTRA IS HOT PLACE. THANKS AGAIN.
  • Anand Chitre said on December 9, 2011
    We are from Redmond, WA. We are looking for a land in Lost Hills area of CA for either pistachio or Almond farm development. In this regard I would request you to kindly guide me on following:
    1)This area near Lost Hills are more suitable for pistachio or Almonds?.
    2)What will be per acre cost of development?
    3)What is generally time frame to get crop?
    4)Is there any books available for this or are there any agencies taking contracts for this?
    Thanks
  • Eric Lundy said on December 29, 2011
    I live in CA. by the posts here you can tell that most of us in America are not willing to work for money. I plan on being one of very few Americans that work hard and succeed. Best regards. Eric
  • rajesh naidu said on January 25, 2012
    sir, i am rajesh. i want to start almond farming in my place at visakhapatnam dist in vast land where the temperature is suitable for the almond farming. i need ur help regarding yielding crop and fully details.
  • laxmi said on February 8, 2012
    Sir, I was browsing around about almond farming and found many useful information. I would like to know what if the land is too windy?...What if the land too slop?....What if the location is too cold and importantly how would I know the land is fertile and suitable for almond? or should I just follow the altitude & PH of the soil as blasted on the comment 1500m above and 6-7.5? It would be great if you provide me such information. Thank you. Laxmi Gurung
  • Raghunath wadekar said on March 13, 2012
    I want to start almond farm near by Kolhapur Maharashtra. My place is suitable for it, I need more information . Please help.
  • Bijendra adhikari said on April 12, 2012
    sir iam interested in almond farming our family owns ample land in hilly region of by side of river so irrigation is sufficient what should i do please suggest.would it require huge investment?from where i can find seeds and other knowledge regarding almond farming
  • sundar adhikari beginner adviser said on April 23, 2012
    @shivajee koirala for almonds farmings you can contact on uddyog banigey mahasag kaski(Nepal) was going to meetings for almonds farmings seminar. please contact on there asap

    happy196666@yahoo.com || Almond Farming Consultant

  • yogeshwar prakash saraswat said on May 14, 2012
    is rajasthan is fit for almond, pistachio, fig, grapes, apricot. what type of soil, irrigation, temperature required. pls. guide for above
  • shailesh jain said on May 17, 2012
    hi, i am fr mumbai , india ,. i have an 20 trees of almonds , i want to start a business . but i don't know how to .. i dont know how to remove almonds from the fruit which is covered on it. can i sell the almonds with fruit covered or it has to be removed .. pls suggest me .. my num is 9987737766.. thank u
  • m.dashtaki said on May 21, 2012
    I Live in iran ,tehrann, karaj. I want to know ,how i can have the best almond tree garden without irrigation with using definite mental or any other way, please help me. i dont have enough water.
  • Prakash Chand said on June 4, 2012
    Dear sir, I want to know that almond tree can grow in tropical or hot environment with Red soil. Thanking you, With Regards, Prakash Chand
  • sundar adhikari beginner adviser said on June 5, 2012
    @Prakash Chand almonds tree cant grow on hot environment. tree can't survive on assessed humanity. where you want to planting can you discriminant to lands area.

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  • KITTY said on June 28, 2012
    Hi we are living in zambia africa , we have rainfall from dec to march...rest of the year we dont see rain at all , land is fertile and for irrigation we have borewells...most of the time weather is dry and winter is very mild from april to july...nights are always cool year round and afternoons are really hot ....Do you think we have an ideal atmosphere for growing almonds or you would like to suggest something else...I know I am throwing a vague field in front of you...but I will be obliged to get a positive response. Thanks kitty
  • suresh said on July 1, 2012
    I am wondering if anybody is able to start almond plantations in Hyderabad/AP. Would appreciate If I get any info. Thanks, suresh
  • Thabang Mogale said on July 11, 2012
    Hi im interested in Almond farming we have almost 30 hectares of land in which can be used to farm, what i like to know is the climate ok for farming am from pretoria in south africa. I believe Almond farming is good business.
  • Sanjaya said on July 12, 2012
    hello I want to start my own almond farm at Sankhuwasabha district of Nepal. There is a place at Hatiya vdc which is about 1500m-2500m from sea level. I want to start the farm there? Can I get any help or information about almond farming please?
  • Nick said on July 18, 2012
    I live in California also. I deal with many almonds in the Kern to tulare counties. I deal in ipm which is basically bugs and fertilizers for the almonds. I really want to farm either Pistachios or Almonds in this area just dont have the funds to just start up. The only way for me to do this is to have investors. If anyone is interested(only serious investors) i would be willing to trade emails and talk once we know each other are serious. You must be serious this is not cheap. Contact me first on message board.
  • Rajendra Varma said on August 9, 2012
    Dear sir, I am from Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India. i want start an almonds farm at my home land. may i get help from your side. Thanks & Regards
  • Daisy Borah said on August 13, 2012
    Dear Sir, I am from Guwahati, Assam. I want to know about almond farming and to do business on it. May I get help from your side. Regards.
  • Bryan said on August 13, 2012
    Hey @Nick. . .you said you are in Kern to Tulare Counties?
  • Michael Thapa said on September 9, 2012
    Respected sir ! I am planning to do almond farming Western part of Nepal(lamgung) and also the temperature is sweet-able for almond farming but before start i want to get maximum information about almond farming . so please help me to get info .... thanks is advance.
  • J.G.Patel said on September 27, 2012
    Dear Sir, I would like to know about Almond farming, I am retire person & I would like to help poor farmers, I am from Gujarat, India Land is good with 7 PH, FLAT LAND, RAIN UP TO 30", SUMMER-45C, WINTER-10C. I WANTED TO PLANT ALMONDS IN CO-OPERATIVE BASE, WILL YOU PLEASE GUIDE ME FROM WHERE CAN WE GET SEEDING, & GUIDANCE OF PLANTING TREES, I VISITED SANFRANSICO IN USA. THE CLIMATE ALMOST LIKE MY PLACE. THANKS.
  • dinesh ghimire said on October 4, 2012
    me dinesh ghimire from banepa, actually i don't have own land but willing to do almond farming in rent land for long term, would u suggest me about it and where can i get training, technical support, marketing etc, is there any company in nepal which contract with farmer and give full support.
  • saychyat lal said on October 9, 2012
    dear.dinesh ghemare. you got a detail information about almonds farming on Nepal soon one co-operative is going to open for who is willing to farmings on share holder basis. please you can contact to = orchardalmonds@gmail.com
  • saychyat lal said on October 9, 2012
    hello Nepalese, who was willing to start almonds farmings in any part of Nepal. we will provid to support for almonds farmings. orchardalmonds@gmail.com
  • amir man dangol said on October 10, 2012
    SOON IN NEPAL KISKI DISTRACTS LAWN GALAL V D C IS GOINGS TO BE A ALMONDS FARMINGS FIRST TIME IN NEPAL. IF YOU ARE INTEREST TO PARTICIPATION PLEASE CONTACT NATIONAL AGRO TECK CO-OPERATIVE LTD. E-MAIL= orchardalmonds@gmail.com THANK YOU
  • manas said on October 16, 2012
    Farm - Banadurga & sons Add,- shop no. o.p.f - 244,245,246, capitalmarket, unit - 1,BHUBANESWAR, ODISSA,INDIA. Sir my self is manas wants to know all about almond for farming & trading. Have a good day.
  • ASHEESH SRIVASTAVA said on October 19, 2012
    Dear Sir, I am from distt. maharajganj, uttar pradesh India, I want to plantation for almonds tree, is it suitable condition for plantation. pl. suggest. also gave me alternates if possible. thanks with warm regards, Asheesh srivastava
  • D.V.S.Rao said on October 25, 2012
    sir, I am from India Andhra Pradesh state Medak district . My land is durable for growing almond farm. Kindly suggest me how to grow and where I get the plants.
  • narayan pokharel said on October 28, 2012
    Dear sir/madam, I work in dubai but i live in DEUKHURI Dang. After hearing news that 7 person group has started farming Almod, Seto Musle and cherry in some district like Jhapa, Dang etc. i am also interested to do that type of business farm. But in fact i don't have any idea accept my interest and some amount of investment with my own land our leased land. So please if any possibilities let me know the details to make better myself, my village, and of course my country. Hopping to hearing soon from you. Thank you and best regards
  • Mr.Pasang Sherpa said on October 29, 2012
    Hi dear Sir or madam. I am very much interest about Almond farming. But I don't have idea. From the sea level how high can plant grow ? I am interest to farm in high mountain is possible ? Please give me your suggest . Pasang sherpa.
  • prakash savla said on November 5, 2012
    hi i have land in kutch i have 300 acre land in kutch i interest almond framing so you suggest. thanks
  • Ganesh Prasad Timilsena said on November 6, 2012
    Dear sir, i'm Ganesh from pokhara. I wants to start Almond farm in Kaski district, Nepal. I need some training and detail about Almond farming. Is this possible in Nepal? Where? My land is 900m-1800m from sea level. First one is West face and second is East face with irrigation facility. I wants to make a mixed farm. What types of fruit are suitable with Almond? Please send me some details
  • GANESH Polamarasetty said on November 8, 2012
    hi sir, i am having 3 acres of land, so i want to cultivate almond plants, so can u kindly guide me how to grow and where to get these plants. thanking you in advance.
  • jethro lumbao said on November 16, 2012
    masbate Philippines, I have plenty of almonds tree and nuts. where can i sell it...
  • jethro lumbao said on November 16, 2012
    i need a market that will buy my almond nuts...
  • khawaja said on November 24, 2012
    I am from Kashmir, needs to know plantation pattern (spaces in between almond plants) for my newly planted farm.
  • Min Prasad Budhathoki said on December 9, 2012
    Could you tell me, in what climatic condition the almond is suitable. What about altitude, soil pH. What is the temperature requirements. If possible, give in brief the cultivation practices. Thank you. - Min
  • Inderjeet madan said on December 14, 2012
    I want to buy land in sunraysia region which I think is the best for it .is there any agency who can guide me for that as i am having whole business of nuts in India
  • kuldeep patowary said on December 16, 2012
    hello sir, i am from mankachar, district dhubri, assam. i am planning to do planting of almond or some other dry fruit, i expect some help from u, we already have cashew factory
  • dr. rishi agrawal said on December 16, 2012
    i am from ambikapur chattisgarh very much interested in almond farming .... where can i get saplings of good quality. my requirement is for 100 acre of land.
  • stelian onufrei said on January 1, 2013
    i am buying 48 ac in so cal just south of bakersfield between hwy 101 and 5 on hwy 166 and i want to plant on orchard of almonds and i am wondering if you have any advice and if you have a consulting firm i am willing to pay for information that will help me set this up, my brothers are setting a bee business so i think that will be a good marriage, please let me know what you think, my goal is to start with 5 ac at the time but maybe i am wrong but i don't mind learning about this venture
  • Daryll Killerby said on February 27, 2013
    We have a 68Ha property in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga,South Africa with about 15Ha arible land and the rest rocky ground. The land 1s 1260M above sea level and sub tropical. We have summer rainfall, 740mm average from October to April inclusive. We also harvest and store 160,000 litres of rain water and have 2 strong boreholes. The soil is mainly weathered granite and therefore slightly acidic with good drainage. Will Almonds grow here?
  • Ishaq said on March 4, 2013
    Hello sir. I am ishaq chamadia from surat gujarat. Recently i heard about ethiopia farming and i was interested into investing in it so if any one has proper guidance and information regarding it please fill free to contact on 919712009770 or ishu111111@yahoo.in. I want to set up a big project in that region for cotton or sugarcane or almond farming...
  • Shrawan Kumar Ghimire said on March 19, 2013
    Hi, The altitude is 6713 ft., no irrigation facility. winter minimum temperature around 0 degree centigrade. the land is faced to northwest. Shall I start the Almond farming?? Please help me
  • Arunkumarkedia said on March 22, 2013
    Sir I have a land at jhunjhunu Rajasthan I want to cultivate almond Grapes and olive trees .please advise me all processes. Thanks
  • Marta said on April 9, 2013
    I will like to grow Almond tree in Nicaragua. Can you help me. Marta
  • srenivas said on April 19, 2013
    I want to start almonds trading, can to please suggest me whom to meet for good suggestion, market area in india.
  • anil said on April 24, 2013
    where are available almond plant ?
  • Dhananjay Paudel said on April 25, 2013
    Hi dearsir/madam, I am agricultural graduate from pokhara kaski. I have keen interest in agricultural business in group. if you have had a good plan contact me.
  • sundar adhikari beginner adviser said on April 28, 2013
    @Dhananjay Paudel. i want to requests you have to contact mardi himal agriculty co-operative group. contact to mr.babu ram gautam 9846620121 or kathmandu sundar 9818241260. thank you

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  • Rupeh Gaikwad said on April 29, 2013
    Hello sir/Mam I'm from Khopoli - Raigad Dist. - Maharashtra - India, I want to start Almond farming. where can I get Pants. Please Suggest Me...
  • Dilli Raj Devkota said on May 7, 2013
    We went and looked at plantation of almond saplings: some 70 plants in Koleli, Lwang-Ghalel village today. Thank you Krishna Duwadi for giving us the time to explain us the work your Mardi Himal Agriculture Cooperative has so far done. A rich village and its vegetation with full of possibilities and potentialities for agriculture entrepreneurs.
  • Ajay said on May 14, 2013
    Hi Sundar, What about Rajasthan for almond farming? We are using ground water for traditional farming. But it not producing much profit. Regards, Ajay
  • charitra rai said on May 14, 2013
    Dear sir/madam, I am charitra rai from nepal. I want to start commercial almond farming, but i have no ideas about in this field. my location is country-Nepal, khotang district east from kathmandu(capital), height-1575 from sea level, east face, no irrigation facility, depend on rainfall, temperature 26-28 in summer and 3-4 in winter at night. so dear sir , i need detail information about almond farming. I hope , you will cooperate and guideline to me. I am waiting for your valuable suggestion.
  • Jebi MomohIyla said on May 21, 2013
    Hi very interested is writing a strong bus plan for almond farming in my country Nigeria . Pls could you guide me in this area the government is very interested in viable farming projects.
  • manoj kumar said on June 5, 2013
    hello sir i want to know how can agriculture to almonds which type of land and whether how many time of complete tree , i am waiting for your suggestion
  • satheesh said on June 18, 2013
    dear sir i am from taminadu. i am willing to buy almond which area is cheapest buying area in india. where is wholesale market in india. thank you
  • Dan said on July 6, 2013
    I am interested in farming almonds in Nelspruit area, do you know of any farmers in SA I can contact to find out more information.
  • Lydia Sebera said on July 16, 2013
    Good day. Am interested in almonds farming in Kasane area in northern Botswana. The climate is hot summers and winter are not extremely cold, lowest temp at 9 degrees celsius. Through my research the soils and climate are good for the almonds. The challenge that i have is outsourcing the seeds or seedlings. Would you help where i can get them in South Africa. Please include the following, hazelnut seeds, olives seeds, cashews seeds. Thank you. Best regards
  • bomal said on July 28, 2013
    Hi sir I just want full information about this land height water ane tem. So plz send me that
  • Teresa Singh beginner adviser said on August 16, 2013
    Hello Everyone! my name is Teresa Singh and I am a realtor in California, please contact me if you have any question regarding almonds tree ect....my email realtorteresa777@gmail.com Thanks.

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  • Sanjay Khardikar said on August 19, 2013
    Hi, Sir I am living at Harsul,District Nashik,Maharashtra state, India. I would like to cultivate Almond. I have 12 acres of land with River passing near by. In summer Temperature goes to 38 degree and in winter 4 to 5. Please guide me.
  • Sanjaya Thapa said on August 30, 2013
    Where can I get the seedlings of almond in Nepal? I have 200 ropanis of land at the altitude of 1900 meters above sea level. If anybody has good plats then contact me sanjayathapa88@gmail.com
  • vp said on September 2, 2013
    I have 20 acre in Bakersfield. please guide me for almond planting. Thanks.
  • Hom Thapa said on September 6, 2013
    Dear sir/mam, I want to start own my almond farming in mid terai in nepal, located at dumkibas nawalparasi. Nepal. Its right place or not ? Please write soon. I Am waiting for your suggestion. Thank you .
  • Peto said on September 21, 2013
    Hi sir, pls do you know if almond will do well in Nigeria? Am interested in planting it. If yes, what is the soil requirement and planting distance, weather requirement. Thank you.
  • harvinder kumar sharma said on October 8, 2013
    in sri ganganagar, Rajasthan, INDIA temperature is extreme, minus zero to 50 degree celcious. soil is alluvial, canal and underground water is available. can almond cultivation be successful. please tell me in detail.
  • jabu said on October 16, 2013
    Hi, I am currently living in South Africa in the southern region of Gauteng, i am interested in farming especially the nuts and fruits, there is a farm that is for sale. i need some help in quantifying the tree outputs so that i can do some estimation on sales. also testing the trees to check how old it is. please provide me with more info on Almonds, walnuts. thank you, Jabu
  • khan iqbal said on October 30, 2013
    I have enough land in Pakistan near Islamabad with ample water available. My father has already established citrus orchids and a vineyard with california based early grape varieties. Both are doing very well. I am now a days considering to establish either an almond groove or a olive groove or pomegranate orchid. Since it is going to be a commercial proj so i need a sincere advice that considering all aspects and doing a cost benefit analysis what should i plant. Weather and soil conditions are all supportive to three plants mentioned above. Warm regards and hope to hear from you soon.
  • Dnyaneshwar Mahajan said on November 23, 2013
    Dear Sir, I have land in northern region of Maharashtra. Shall we go for Almond plantation. Pls give our suggestions.

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