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Make Money From Mango Farming Business


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Agriculture remains a profitable business especially when it concerns production of foods for human consumption it has a huge market and handsome profits. Of such agricultural business that remains profitable is Mango farming and plantation business.


Mango is a sweet tasty stone fruit. It belongs to the family of "Anacardiaceae". Mango is seen and grows in many tropical part of the world, from the West Africa to East Asia and other parts of Asian countries.
Mango trees can be grown in water drained soils; it is string in nature and requires little no maintenance at all. Mango fruits are used for different purposes and it can be used at any time of its growth stages. For example, an unripe mango can be used to make things like, pickle juice or herbal drinks - while ripe mangoes can be used to make fruit juice, jams, squashes, syrups, jelly, soaps etc.



Mango cultivation for commercial purposes is actively successful in Southeast Asia and West Africa especially in Nigeria and Ghana. There is a continuous demand for mango in the market place due to its delicious flavour and its sweet fragrance and high vitamin A and C nutrients.
Let's now look at the steps to get you started on the mango plantation business.
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STEP TWO:
    Land preparation for mango farming. This involves;
        * Ploughing, clearing, and leveling of the land
        * Prepare the soil to allow water to drain faster 
        * Collect the type of mango seeds that is suitable for your farm land

        * Dip deep holes with proper spacing of about 10×10 meter 
        * Place mango seeds on each hole and cover 
        * After 14 to 21 days, clear weeds from plants and use the uprooted weeds to filled the soil together with other farm land manure. (Serves as nature fertilizer)
         * Clear plantation every 3 months in the initial one to two years till harvesting time.


STEP THREE:
    Business plan. Having a business plan is essential for any business and mango farming business is no exception. In your business plan, you should focus on crucial areas like, target market, market strategy, analysis, geographical location, capital, transportation and operational costs and future goals. Ensure that your business plan is well-written and articulated in order for prospective investors to be interested to invest.

STEP FOUR:
    Hire workers. During the start up stage, you will need few helping hands to help get your mango plantation running. These hired workers will help clear and prepare the land for farming and also dig and irrigate the farm land. So basically, you will need 3 to 5 workers depending on your budget.


STEP FIVE:
    Market your mango fruits. Usually, you will have a lot of fruit dealers come to your farm to buy your mangoes in large quantities. Notwithstanding, you can also transport the mangoes to wholesalers in the local markets and to manufacturing companies as well.

In due time, with dedication and good farm management practice, you are sure to receive good profits in your mango plantation business.

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