The cost of setting up an orchard is quite low. In recent periods, two types of trees are recommended: Classic Rootstock or scrub. As a Classic Rootstock on a land of 1 acre, 20 seedlings can be planted according to the type of fruit. The average of the Classic Rootstock saplings is USD 1 - 2. In this case, the cost of saplings per acre is 40 – 50 USD. In stunted trees, the situation is a little different.
You can plant 60 trees on an acre of land. The price of stunted saplings is 3.5 USD. In other words, about 210 USD sapling cost comes across. On top of these costs, it is also necessary to add plantations, irrigation, pruning and at least four years of crop growth. Experts recommend scrub trees and scuba saplings that grow more quickly and give lots of fruit. While its initial investment is expensive, it is emphasized that stunted trees are more efficient. Saplings are planted in the circuit, usually in the autumn with leaf fall until water walks to the trees in the spring. If scuba seedlings are preferred, you can also set up a garden outside this calendar. In summary, for 1 acre of land there is a cost of about USD 600 excluding the cost of the land including sapling, irrigation, maintenance and spraying.
And don't forget the government's support. With the help, that cost can be halved. Experts recommend that this work be done on at least 50 acres so that it can be on an economic scale. Otherwise it is difficult to make money. Industrialists want to produce at scales of 1,000 acres and above.
Fruit growing period began, nurseries were mobilized. Most are in demand for walnuts, almonds, cherries, nectarines, peaches, apples, apricots, oranges, kiwis, black figs. Sapling prices range between USD 1 - 2.
Turkey has a very advantageous position in fruit farming. Because we are a very lucky country in terms of geographical and climatic conditions. 90 of the 150 edible fruit varieties worldwide are grown in Turkey. Many varieties, from some tropical fruits to fruits that require difficult climatic conditions, grow on the soil of our country.
Our annual fruit production is over 18,000,000 tons. The numerical equivalent of this production is 5,000,000,000 USD apricot, cherry and cherry we are the world leader. We're third in pomegranate and Apple and sixth in Peach. Cherry, Cherry, nectarine, strawberry, peach, apple, apricot, orange, grape, banana, olive, Kiwi, black fig, walnut, almond fruits such as the domestic market and export markets do not experience a shortage of customers. This opportunity in fruitmaking is reflected in investments. Large capital groups are also making huge investments in this area.
It is difficult to find fruit to be used in the industry, especially in the production of fruit juice. See this, the industrialist himself began to set up an orchard. Especially peach, cherry, apricot and industrial orange planting is recommended…
Turkey is one of the luckiest countries in the world in fruitmaking. Because all four seasons live well and almost all kinds of fruit can be produced in every region. Cherry and apricot world's first, Peach is among the largest producers. We're on a rampage at Strawberry, and we're pushing for world leadership. We are one of the world's leading producers in Citrus…
Yes, fruit growing in Turkey is improving every day. Since 2000, our annual fruit production has grown by 30%.
Most of the fruit produced in Turkey is consumed at the table. About 1.5 million tons are processed and turned into juice. In Turkey, where 17 million tons of fruit is produced, fruit juice producers find it difficult to find even 1 million tons.
There are several reasons for this. First of all, there is almost no fruit production for industry. Secondly, the industrialist does not rate well because he wants to supply fruit at very low cost. When these two factors come together, a difficult process begins. Trying to produce fruit juice through imports.
This is exactly where a new opportunity arises in fruitmaking: industrial type fruitmaking. It is seen that those who set up gardens for the juice industry will benefit from this investment. There are serious opportunities in industrial-type fruiting.
But gardening is not as easy an investment as it seems from the outside. The cost of giving up after one wrong step can be heavy. Indeed, there have been many examples of this in the past. First, you need to determine which fruit you will invest well. Because it takes 4 years for you to start buying fruit, which is the earliest return on investment. So you have to go into this with the right seedlings, the right fruit and the right scale.