A.P. Forest Development Corporation Ltd

Cashew

 

Cashew Plantations

 
 APFDC has Cashew Plantations over an area of  6264.90 ha. in the Districts of East & West Godavari, Guntur, Prakasam, Nellore and Chittoor including older plantations taken over from A.P.Forest Department. 

APFDC has started planting Cashew from 1978-79 onwards. The following are the Division-wise Cashew Plantations raised by APFDC Ltd.,

 

Region

Division

Area in ha.

Rajahmundry

Eluru

1162.66

Rajahmundry

199.79

Total

1362.45

Nellore

Kavali (S)

970.67

Kavali (N)

1324.01

Bapatla

1324.01

Nellore

4.54

Naidupet

1210.13

Satyavedu

552.60

 

Total

4344.94

 

Grand Total:

5707.34

 

 

 

 

Sale of Cashew

APFDC sells the right to collect Cashew usufruct by way of tenders/open auction, which will be called generally during the months of October to December.  The annual revenue through sale of cashew usufruct is about Rs.200.00 lakhs.

Yields and Revenue of Cashew

The yields and the revenue earned from the sale of Cashew usufruct for the last five years is as follows:

 

Year

Yield in MTs

Rs. in lakhs

2011-12

135.598

145.21

2012-13

197.539

150.64

2013-14

183.812

161.81

2014-15

131.482

185.54

2015-16

160.283

307.46

2016-17

150.364 307.20

2017-18

84.370 324.81

2018-19

101.600 362.92

2019-20

60.190 328.95
 

 

 

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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