Teak wood is known for being reliable, durable, and strong. It is one of the best woods in the world and is used for building strong furniture, ship decks, and commercial structures.
Soursop on the other hand is a fruit that is native to South America and Africa. It’s known for its sweet and tangy taste, and medicinal benefits.
It’s used commercially for producing beverages, jams and jellies, as well as desserts.
So it only makes sense to invest in both cash crops, right? As an investor, you’ll find plenty of profits and high yields when investing in soursop and teak wood. Here are a few reasons why:
You’ll Get the Best ROI
Teak and soursop are both lucrative cash crops. Teak wood is used commercially; to build ship decks and solid commercial properties.
With the world’s needs and requirements changing, businesses are booming, and commercial areas are opening new opportunities for startups.
Soursop, on the other hand, sells $10 per fruit in the U.S. This means that it is a commercial success, and with beverages, desserts, and jams and jellies being a favorite amongst those in South America, you can also market the products in North America.
Soursop can grow quickly and bear fruit within 3 to 5 years.
Furthermore, agricultural land depreciates at a much slower rate than any other type of commodity.
Another benefit to take into consideration is that, after a layoff period of six months, your teak and soursop plantation can be reused and the whole cycle can be repeated to create maximum returns.
Simple Investments That Go a Long Way
As the saying goes, “an investment in teak and soursop is investment in a tree.”
To make things simple, the more trees you plant, the more you’re giving back to the community. Furthermore, as trees grow, they reap the fruits of effort. Even if you’re unable to utilize the wood from teak, you can utilize the fruits of soursop trees.
The benefits, in a nutshell, are endless.
Growth Requirements: Teak and Soursop Trees
Research shows that in order to get the best results when cultivating teak, it’s important to make sure you start your plantation in a moist area. With the right conditions, you get the best results.
The report further states that if teak is grown in an area that does not fit the requirements, the quality of the wood will be affected as well.
It is a good idea to farm teak trees in a tropical climate that enjoys generous daily sunshine as these are the ideal growing conditions.
Teak wood also prefers well-draining, fertile soil therefore frequent irrigation is also an important requirement. This is why Belize is the perfect place to invest. With the best conditions and soft and rich soil, investors are able to invest in almost anything, and get high yield and profits.
Are you interested in the idea but have no idea where to begin? You can, with us. Enjoy all the benefits of investing in Belize without any unnecessary! We have a 512-acre farm, with a further 400 acres proposed, in Belize that has been contracted to be acquired by us. 312 acres of the total 512 consist of hardwood trees.
Feel free to contact us for more information.