Hardwood. A good long-term investment?

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Re: Hardwood. A good long-term investment?

Post by Mr Curious » Sun Dec 14, 2014 12:15 pm

yeah, and THAT is the bottom line, that and yer trees would get rustled bigtime, possibly by gov connected guys. Or you'd lose your lease a year before harvest, etc.
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Re: Hardwood. A good long-term investment?

Post by frank lee bent » Sun Dec 14, 2014 1:41 pm

grafted fruit trees of good quality are exceptionally good value mostly around $3 or less.

rambutan, pulasan, lychee, longan only take 3 years to first crop if looked after.

lots of others in the 3 year category.
durian and mangosteen much longer- anywhere for 8 to 12, but have seen quicker when they are looked after real well.
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