A.P. Forest Development Corporation Ltd

Tenders, Open Auction, Sales and notification

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Sale of Beedi Leaves of 2023 Season Terms and Conditions of Sale by E-Tender cum Forward Auction on 29.03.2023 from 14:00 Hrs to 17:00 Hrs

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Notification on Sale of Beedi Leaves on 29.03.2023 and Pre-Bid Meeting on 24.03.2023.

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Sale of Right to collect and removal of cashew usufruct 2021 season to be held at regional office Rajahmundry on 30.11.2020

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DETAILED NOTIFICATION & GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ALL POSTS

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APPLICATION FORMAT AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ENGAGING FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

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APPLICATION FORMAT AND TERMS AND CONDISTIONS FOR ENGAGING ASST. PERSONNEL OFFICER

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APPLICATION FORMAT AND TERMS AND CONDISTIONS FOR ENGAGING ACCOUNTS OFFICER

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APPLICATION FORMAT AND TERMS AND CONDISTIONS FOR ENGAGING HEAD DRAUGHTSMAN

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APPLICATION FORMAT AND TERMS AND CONDISTIONS FOR ENGAGING ASST. PLANTATION MANAGER

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Sri YS Jagan Mohan Reddy

Hon'ble Chief Minister

Government Of Andhra Pradesh

Sri Peddi Reddy Ramachandra Reddy

Hon'ble Minister for EFS&T

Sri Gurrampati Devendra Reddy

Hon'ble Chairman

Global Tender cum eAuction of Red Sander Wood New

Coffee plantations: A boon to tribal people
Coffee plantations raised in 4,000-odd hectares by the Andhra Pradesh Forest Development Corporation (APFDC) in seven mandals in the Agency area is a great boon to tribal women and men.

High Level Eucalyptus Clonal Plantation
APFDC had been raising Industrial Plantations of Eucalyptus and Bamboo so far covering an area of 48,000 ha and 10,000 ha respectively. The plantations raised through seed in the past have given an average yield of only 10 MT/ha at the rotation age of 8/9 years as against projected yields of 40 MT/ha. The yield from subsequent rotations is only ⅓ rd to ¼th of first rotation.