Tag: Passion fruit production profit per acre
Here is a passion fruit spray program That Will Allow You to Save Tons of Cash, Produce More and Make More Profit
There are numerous spraying programs for passion fruit.
All these programs are unique in their own way.
Some are designed to spur fruit development, prevent disease, sweeten fruits, promote flowering etc.
The bottom line, whatever spray program you adopt, it must be:
• Maximize yield and profit.
• Friendly to the user and to the environment.
For us to achieve these objectives, we are going to use three pest control methods… instead of relying on chemical sprays only.
These pest control methods will be:
• And finally chemical sprays.
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I get this question ALL the time.
People aspiring to become passion fruit farmers want answers to the question so that they can:
1. Determine whether passion fruit farming is worth trying,
2. Come up with a production plan,
3. Know how long, it will take before they get the first CASH from their hard work.
Based on my experience growing passion, it will take 8-16 months.
This may seem like a long time to wait, before you get your FIRST harvest.
But it is not.
I will explain to you the exact details for shortening this growth period…
So that you can start getting lots of passion fruits sooner.
And you’ll be surprised by the information contained here.
It is super juicy.
My bet is, “You won’t find it elsewhere on the internet.”
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The goal of every enterprise is to keep cost of production down while increasing profits.
For that reason, in this post I have outlined all the costs associated with passion fruit production and how to reduce them.
So… if you are a new passion farmer or an experienced farmer, this post will be of great help to you.
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Passion fruit is perennial crop which produces fruits within a year.
In Kenya, passion fruits are grown in Thika, Nyamira, Kisii, Nyeri, Kakamega, Murang’a, Meru, among other regions.
There are two major passion fruit varieties grown in Kenya.
To learn more on its production profits per acre, read this post.Read More