Off Grid Living – How to Plant Nut Trees to
Grow a Sustainable Food Crop and Make Extra Money
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Planting Nut Trees to Grow a Sustainable Food Crop and Make Extra Money
California – Planting nut trees can certainly be very rewarding, in fact, it can also be very lucrative and a good way for off gridder to earn extra revenue by selling organically raised nuts at local farmers markets.
Consider nut trees such as almonds, hazel nuts, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts.
A single nut tree can produce enough nuts to sell at a local Farmer’s market or roadside stand to make between $250 to $1,000 a year. One black walnut tree can bring about $20,000 in timber alone.
And if it’s well-managed, a five-acre plot of nut trees is enough to produce a full-time income. According to Bruce Thompson, author of Black Walnut for Profit, a mature stand of black walnut trees can bring about $100,000 per acre in timber alone.
If you have the patience and perseverance, planting nut trees can offer not only a great income and food for your family, but a legacy for years to come.
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