There are very few farmers who grow Grafted Tree Tomato Farming in Kenya as a commercial venture yet there is a ready market. But unlike other fruits, tree tomatoes are easy to grow and market.
How Much To Invest on Grafted Tree Tomato Farming in Kenya
For a small farm like the 1/8 acre one you will require about Ksh40,000 to get started. However, because we always believe in thinking big, we shall give you estimates for an acre of land for purposes of planning.
-Leasing Land: Ksh15,000
-Farm Labour: Ksh20,000
-Manure and DAP:Ksh20,000
-Water Tank etc: Ksh20,000
-Insecticides etc: Ksh5,000
1 Acre Total Budget: Ksh190,000
How much To Expect on Grafted Tree Tomato Farming in Kenya
Of course, the bigger the land, the better the returns. On average a single tree produces 20Kilograms of fruit per year (harvested once a week). So using the 1 acre farm as an example and assuming only 1000 out of 1200 trees mature then we can set our realistic expectations on a minimum of Ksh1,600,000 revenue.
1000 trees x 20 Kgs x 80 (Price per Kilo) = Ksh1,600,000 per year. (Or Ksh 133,000 per month)
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