An acre of sweet and sour coconut can bring in over 80,000,000 annually. Each month, you will receive more than 600,000. For juice consumption, sweet sweet coconut is the preferred cultivar. It bears fruit in two to three years. The fruit will be good if it is more than four years old.
The coconut palm and sweet coconut are both relatively short, making them easy to plant one at a time. You can plant 160 trees per acre if you plant 5 meters (more than 16 feet) away from a single coconut tree.
Each sweet coconut produces 5 to 20 fruits.
In 20 days, 100 grams of sweet sweet coconut can be chopped up. 18g annually. 2880 khang equals 160 trees per acre multiplied by 18 khang per year. A total of seven trees per khang multiplied by 2880 khangs per acre per year yields zero trees.
In Thailand, the highest farm price is 400 kyats. One acre per year, or 8064000 kyats. How to plant sweet coconuts: The frog stand system is preferable.
The leaves don’t touch. The second row is left, and the first row is planted 16 feet apart. Parallel the first row, plant the third row.
You can plant the second row between the first and third rows to prevent plants from crossing each other when planting it.
(1) The seedling bag must contain one cup of cow dung, one cup of soil, one husk of rice, and one cup of rice charcoal.
(2) The coconut plant’s bottom ought to be attached to the seedling’s opposite side. The root ought to be nearby. The coconut tree should be positioned at an angle of 45 degrees. Place the coconut balls in a three-to-one arrangement. The plant’s root should not be buried.
(3) Coconut trees planted in seedling bags need to be sorted and watered daily.
(4) When digging the plantation’s narrow ground for the coconut tree, dig only as wide as possible.
(5) Open the seedling bag’s bottom before placing the coconut seedling on the plant’s narrow lip.
(6) Plant at a 45-degree angle to the rising sun when planting on narrow land.
(7) Divide the seedling bag’s side with a knife.
(8) Cover the dug-out area with dry cow dung.
(9) Fill the soil around the coconut tree with cow dung that has been dug up. The plant’s root should not be covered with soil. The plant will not grow if the root is buried in the ground.
(10) Swirl the water to draw it in.
(11) Gently pull the seedling bag. The plant roots are not harmed by this method.
(12) Wrap straw around the coconut tree. to preserve moisture.
(13) Three months of cow dung Dig up the soil from the plant’s roots using one cup of rice charcoal and chicken feces and dried leaves. Digging small holes around the plant and fertilizing it is preferable.
The fertilizer needs to be separated from the plant as it grows.
(14) The method of watering is determined by the ground’s capacity to absorb water. The first time I watered Try plowing the soil for one or two days. It doesn’t need to be watered if there is moisture present.
Find out how many days have passed since the water level dropped, and then figure out how often to water.
(15) The leaves shouldn’t cover the whole thing. The leaves produce food and fertilizer. The plant will not be able to grow because there will be less food available. The dry branches should not be removed before the plant. The plant stays moist thanks to it.
(16) In two and a half to three years, it will produce fruit if it receives regular fertilizer and water. Because it can produce coconuts, palm kernels, husks, and wood, the coconut tree is a crop that can be sold. U Lim Chan, a Thai agronomist, cultivates using this method.
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