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A sandalwood tree, if raised with care is approximated to have about 20 kg of fine hearth wood which has oil and fragrance, in 15 years. As per the current rate and value, 1 kg of hearth wood fetches Rs.7500 and one can plant these woods at about 440 trees per acre. So with this estimation, one can have about 10 tones of sandalwood per acre at the end of 15 years. The value of this is as high as Rs. 4 crore in today’s currency value,” informs Mr. M Sanjeeva Rao.
Market Sandalwood Saplings
The company has sold enormous sandalwood saplings to farmers in the states of Andhra, Tamil Nadu, U.P , Karnataka and Maharashtra. As a matter of fact, we have gained new customers from our existing clients in the city. We believe in catering reliable and lasting products than just selling the saplings.
Market For Sandalwood
As per the rules of the government, farmers should sell sandalwood to authorized agencies in the state but they can sell it to private players in the other states. Their experts arrive on the spot to estimate the wood content or fix the price and take the wood to their terminus for further processing.
Every log is numbered and tracked and while processing further, they evaluate the actual amount of Heartwood, Softwood, oil content and then pay to the client. Santalum Album is the most profitable assortment of sandalwood which is the most expensive crop in the planet earth. The profit is a extremely lucrative and in one acre, a farmer can get over Rs. 4.0 crores within 15 years of its life span.
Sandal wood (Santalum album) is the source of world famous Indian sandal wood oil, which is extensively used in the perfumery industry. Both wood and oil are used in incense, perfumes and in medicine.sandalwood being closely grained and amicable to carving, the wood is suitable for making idols and boxes of exquisite beauty.
A major portion of the sandal wood oil is produced by steam distillation of the pulverized heart wood and root. The yield of oil varies from 1.5-2.0 percent. The reddish or brown bark can be almost black and is smooth in young trees, becoming cracked with a red reveal. The heartwood is pale green to white as the common name indicates. The oval leaves are thin, oppositely arranged.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Sandalwood, Indian sandalwood, Fragrant |
Sandalwood, White Sandalwood, Chandan
|Red||February to April||30 feet||Easy to grow|
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