A.P. Forest Development Corporation Ltd

Bamboo

 

Bamboo Plantations

APFDC has raised Bamboo Plantations over an area of 2418.22 hectares in the Districts of East & West Godavari and Kurnool.

The following are the Division-wise Plantations of Bamboo.

 

Division

Area in ha.

Eluru

1139.64

Rajahmundry

1122.21

Kavali (S)

122.70

Kavali (N)

27.75

Nellore

-

Naidupet

5.50

Satyavedu

0.42

Total:

2418.22

 

 

 Sale of harvested bamboo fetches, on an average, a gross revenue of Rs.700 lakhs per annum. Every year about 7.50 to 15.50 lakh Long Bamboos are extracted. These are transported from the plantations to APFDC Depots where sales are held by way of conducting auctions. Besides, about 3000 - 5000  Metric Tonnes of Bamboo Industrial Cuts from the unsalable Bamboos are also extracted annually which is sold to paper industries.

The following are the yield particulars of Bamboo and the revenue realized on the sale of Bamboo during the past five years.

 

Year

Long Bamboo

(in lakh  Nos.)

Industrial cuts ( in MTs.)

Revenue (Rs. in lakhs)

2011-12

5.705

418.00

105.75

2012-13

6.347

124.00

261.82

2013-14

6.400

182.00

355.50

2014-15

7.25

295.00

617.14

2015-16

8.225

663.00

396.14

2016-17

4.676

155.35

398.52

2017-18

10.911

294.82

540.38

2018-19

13.985

228.16

837.22

 

 

 

 

Sri YS Jagan Mohan Reddy

Hon'ble Chief Minister

Government Of Andhra Pradesh

Sri Balineni Srinivas Reddy

Hon'ble Minister for Environment, Forest, Science & Technology

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