How much we can earn with Bamboo cultivation

 Bamboo cultivars include thornless Dendrocalamus type variety and thorny type  Jambusa varieties.  In Dendrokalam type stocks, Hamildoni , Aspar species are there. In jambusa Balkova (bheema bamboo), Turda varieties are suitable for cultivation in farmers' fields.

The bamboo famously  called as  poor man wood or greengold 

There are many domestic and foreign varieties of bamboo .It takes 6.6 g per liter of water. Combines. It has a temperature of 8 36 degrees Celsius. Temperature, 1000 m. Yours. Requires average rainfall. It grows well if the humidity in the air is high. Chowdhury and acid soils are not suitable for bamboo cultivation. Soil hydrogen index should be between 6.5-7.5. Planting: Seeds should be sown in polythene bags. Rhizomes and bulbs can be rooted. Plants produced by tissue culture can also be planted. Garden 55 m. 60 cm to the left. The size of the pits should be 160 seedlings per acre. 2 m along the ridges in the fields. Should be planted with the left. In precision farming, a couple of rows of 8 feet between plants, 4 feet between plants, 12 feet after two pairs of rows and another pair of rows yields a thousand seedlings per acre.

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If one thousand seedlings are planted in an acre, the cost of cultivation in the first year is 97650 rupees. After that Annually  each Rs.  Costs 12,055.  Yields from three years.  Falls.  In precision farming, the yield is 48 tonnes per plant per year from 6 to 6 bongs per bong (8 kg per bong).  Rs per tonne.  2.88 lakh per rock at a rate of Rs.  From the third year onwards, expenses can be deducted and a net income of Rs. 2,15,945 can be earned.  In the two Telugu states, various incentives are being provided to farmers through national and state bamboo missions.  A farmer is given a subsidy of up to a maximum of 5 acres.  5 m.  Edanga cultivates 160 plants per acre at a cost of Rs.  40 thousand for three years in the ratio of 50:30:20.  212 m above the farm ridges.  50 per cent discount on left sown at Rs. 120 per plant.  15,600 will be given for three years.  A farmer who cultivates more than 5 acres will be given a 20 per cent subsidy (Rs 8 lakh per acre) for three years.  The government has provided a 100 per cent subsidy of Rs.  31,200 are given.