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Fig is very delicious fruit like tread and popularly known as ``anjeer`` in india, fig is mostly confined to part of gujrat maharashtra, UP, tamilnadu and karnataka, fig can grow to more than 2.4m tall in only three month and start bearing fruits, there are 21 popular varieties fig that are being cultivated in the world, in India `poona` is the most popular variety, most of the fig fruit grown in daulatabad the poona fig, in recent days a variety called `dinkar` improvement over 'daulatabad' variety the yield and fruit quality is gaining commercial important.


The fruit and leaves are used to make medicine. Fig FRUIT is used as a laxative to relieve constipation. Fig LEAF is used for diabetes, high cholesterol, and skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and vitiligo. Figs are also used as a quick and healthy way to gain weight after suffering from an illness.


Fig favours areas having arid or semi-arid environment, high summer temperature, plenty of sunshine and moderate winter. The plant has better threshold limit for higher temperature than for the lower. Although plants can survive temperature as high as 45°C, the fruit quality deteriorates beyond 39°C. Mature trees can withstand temperature up to 4°C, but young ones need protection. Climate has an important bearing on size, shape and colour of skin and pulp. A relatively cool climate stimulates production of larger and elongated fruits.


The best time for planting is the onsent of the rainy season. The layout for planting can be ei-ther square or hexagonal system. The square system is more common and desirable. Spacing depends on variety and soil type.


Figs are a beloved, popular fruit in India. They grow well in several states including Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh. Though there are approximately 800 va-rieties of figs in the world, the fig variety “Poona” is the most popular in India.


You should harvest figs when they are fully ripe. The figs should be fully colored and slightly soft to the touch. When picking figs, wear gloves or long sleeves because the sap from the fig tree can irritate your skin. Figs are very perishable. Store figs in the refrigerator; they will keep for 2 to 3 days. For long-term storage, you can freeze figs whole for later use. Another storage method is to dry the figs. You can also can your own figs.

Distance (in acre) Sapling (in land) Cost (per plant) Total Other expenses(as per requirement) Cost of cultivation
10*10 ft 440 150 rs. 440X150 = 66,000 /- Fertilizers Land preparation Labor expenses etc. 66,000 /-
Total Cost Of Cultivation: 66,000/-
Income of year From each plant ( leaves) Total Company buy-back Total
Year 1st 10 kg 440X10 = 4400 kg 70 rs. kg 4400X70 = 3,08,000 /-
Year 2nd 15 kg 440*15 = 6600 kg 70 rs. kg 6600X70= 4,62,000 /-
Year 3rd 20 kg 440*20 = 8800 kg 70 rs. kg 8800X70= 6,16,000 /-
Year 4th 25 kg 440X25 = 11000 kg 70 rs. kg 11000X70= 7,70,000 /-
Year 5th 30 kg 440*30 = 13200 kg 70 rs. kg 13200X70= 9,24,000 /-
Total Income: 30,80,000/-
Technical Support & Services:

We also provide technical support for farming. Our Service Department with technically quali-fied staff provide after sales service and farmers' advisory services to our customers to get bet-ter plant establishment and faster growth of Herbal and Horticultural plantations.

We have largest network of employees who deliver Plants to customers at their door steps. Free technical services to customers on planting method, management practices and plant pro-tection measures. Our teams of Agricultural Experts periodically visits and supervise the planta-tions and suggest necessary guidelines to get better growth and higher returns. The income & expenditure indicated by the company is an approximate figure, as it also depends on the na-ture and hard work of the farmer.

  1. This includes Supervision, consultancy, guidance, Transportation cost first year.
  2. First production start after 1st year and production will remain next 5 year.
  3. Buy back agreement of Anjeer.
  4. The income expenditure indicated by the company is an approximated figure, as it also depends on the nature and hard work of the farmer.
  1. For 1 Acre plantation the cost of Plants is Rs. 66,000/-, out of which 50% i.e. Rs. 33,000/- has to be paid before the cultivation and the remaining half after the planting is done.
  2. The Buy Back Agreement Stamp paper of Rs.100/- has to be stamped by District Court of your area.
  3. For 10 Acre or more yield the buy Back Agreement Stamp Paper will be of Rs.500/-