Helping Farmers






The Good Friend Organization and  Agro farms supplies well germinated and healthy Malabar Neem bio plants to the customers or farmers. Our plants are germinated in favorable conditions which makes sure that our bio plants will flourish into big trees within 5-6 yrs of time. Once the tree is felled, the stump throws many coppice shoots. These should be singled out to keep only one vigorous stem per stump, which will form the second crop.

History of Malabar Neem
Malabar Neem originates from the Meliaceae family and is an indigenous species of tree to India, South East Asia and Australia, where it has been cultivated as a source of firewood. The tree can be cultivated in all types of soil and requiring a low supply of water. Malabar Neem has the unique feature of growing to 40 feet within 2 years from planting and can be mechanically pruned and harvested as an energy crop.
Malabar neem is a specie belonging to the neem family. This tree is known for its fast growth. In recent times the farmers around Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh & Kerala have found the utility of this tree in both as a low grade timber and also a very useful wood for ply wood industry. Under irrigated conditions this tree can be harvested at the end of 5th year for both timber and ply wood purpose.


Uses of Malabar Neem:

The wood is used for

Packing cases

Cigar boxes

Ceiling planks

Building purposes

Agricultural implements


Match box

Making of boats

Musical instruments

Tea boxes

and the most importantly in making plywood,  as this wood is anti-termite by itself.


Advantages of Malabar Neem Plants:

  1. Plants very useful for Nature
  2. Mosquitoes or Insects does not destroy (so no need of pesticides)
  3. Animals does not Eat (so less maintenance)
  4. Less Water required
  5. No soil Dependence
  6. Air Purifier
  7. Low cost and High Returns.
  8. Useful for Crop Owner financially.
# Item Description Qty Unit Unit Cost Total Remarks
1 Note
a Plants per ACRE 500 Nos With spacing of 10 Ft x 10 ft
b Total crop period 6 Years Between 5 to 6 years
2 Expenditure
2 A Initial Preparation
a Plants cost 500 Nos 50 25,000 Including Transportation
b 1 feet deep Plough 1 Lump-sum 900 900
c Cultivation 1 Lump-sum 500 500
d Pitting 500 Pits 3 1,500
e Planting 500 Nos 7 3,500
f Drip Irrigation System 1 Lump-sum 24000 24,000 Can be avoided if this is in place already
2 B Maintenance
a Weed Management 36 Times 900 32,400 Bi-monthly once
b Fertilizers (Natural compost) 12 Times 2500 30,000 Yearly twice
c Manpower charges 12 Lump-sum 2000 24,000
d Miscellaneous 6 Lump-sum 1000 6,000
e Watchman 72 Months 3000 2,16,000 Nil as former is taking care of his own field
3 Total expenditure per Acre 1,47,800 Till the crop yields
4 Returns          
a Each plan weight

Approx 40 Feet Height

and 40 Inch  Dia

1000 Kg (Minimum) 1500 Kg (Maximum)
b Rate of Wood at current market rate per 1000 kg (Ton) Rs 7500 (Minimum) Rs 10000 (Maximum)
c Rate of wood from plants 500 Tons 7500 37,50,000 Considering minimum weight from each plant and minimum rate
d Rate of wood from plants 500 Tons 3000 15,00,000 Considering the buy back rate offered by The GFO (Our organization to formers) including cutting and transportation
5 Net Profit 1 Acre 13,52,200 After 6 years