Approx. Rs 60 / PlantGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Plant|
|Harvesting||Ready to harvest after 14th year|
|Ideal Weather Condition||Cool Climate And Moderate Rainfall|
|Height||30 to 35 feet|
|Season of planting||Can be plant in any season|
|Plant age||50-60 Years|
|Density||10 x 12 Feet|
Sandalwood is one of the materials being used from centuries and this tree is evergreen and reaches up to 13 to 16-meter height with a girth of 100 cm to 200 cm and is variable in habit, usually upright to sprawling. It has cultural importance and commercial/medicinal uses as well. In India, it is also being called as “Chandan” and “Srigandha”. Due to restrictions of growing sandalwood in many states in India, the demand for sandalwood is very high. However, some states in India have lifted the ban on growing sandalwood.
Though there are many varieties of sandalwood is available in the world, Indian sandalwood and Australian sandalwood are very famous and has excellent commercial value in the market. Though returns on sandalwood cultivation are very high in which naturally grown sandalwood tree takes 30 years to be ready for harvesting whereas intensive cultivation in organic methods gives quick results in 10 to 15 years. The sandalwood grown in India has two colors which are available in white and red. The best part of these plants is this can be grown as an intercrop in Malabar neem.
Soil: Sandalwood trees can be grown in any well-drained soils having the good organic matter
Climate: Sandalwood crop requires and grows well in hot and humid climatic conditions. The ideal temperature for sandalwood tree growth is between 12° and 35°C.
Approx. Rs 85 / UnitGet Latest PriceProduct Details:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Unit|
|Ideal Weather Conditions||Cool Climate And Moderate Rainfall|
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