You can earn a lot through the cultivation of black guava.
It is an expensive fruit with medicinal properties, which does not cost much in cultivation.
Black Guava is being grown in many districts of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.
New Delhi. If you also did not like the job or you have been thinking of doing any business related to agriculture for a long time, then we have brought the perfect business idea for you. There are many crops that can be cultivated to earn good profits. These are called cash crops.
Similarly, you can increase your income by growing fruits. If a fruit is cultivated which is nutritious and in demand, then surely you can earn a strong profit. One such fruit is black guava. It is a rare and expensive fruit. Its cultivation has increased a lot in the last few years.
full of medicinal properties
Many medicinal properties are found in black guava. It contains essential nutrients and antioxidants that enhance the body’s immunity. Apart from this, black guava also helps in preventing the symptoms of aging. The cost of its cultivation is also not very high and due to good demand, more profit can be earned.
Variety grown in Bihar
The black guava crop was prepared by the scientists of Bihar Agricultural University. But now it is cultivated almost all over the country. Black guava is being cultivated in many districts of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The weight of black guava is about 100 grams. Its leaves and the inner part are also dark red or maroon in color. Its cultivation does not cost much. Cultivation of this crop is done in cold time or cold regions and it is less prone to germs or diseases.
how to earn
Although people generally consume yellow or green guava in the country, but as people are coming to know about the nutritional value of black guava, people’s inclination has also started increasing in this direction. In such a situation, by investing in the cultivation of black guava at the right time, you can earn a good income and create a market for it. Its trees start giving fruits after 2-3 years.
FIRST PUBLISHED : September 12, 2022, 17:43 IST