Be it the national market or the international market, the demand for pearls is always there. The cultivation of pearls naturally obtained from the sea is attracting people towards it. Winter is the best season for pearl cultivation. Free training is also given by the government in many institutions for its cultivation. If you want to cultivate pearls, then get information about how much it will cost and how much profit you can earn from it.
The cost of an oyster is 15 to 30 rupees.
Usually after the age of 3 years, pearls begin to form in the oyster.
It takes 14 to 20 months for pearls to be ready.
You can start pearl farming by putting about 100 shells in a 500 square feet pond.
Genuine pearls cost in the thousands.
The cost of a pearl ranges from 300 to 1500 rupees.
Good quality and designer pearls can be found in international markets for up to Rs 10,000.
Even if a pearl costs Rs 1,000, then from 100 shells we can earn up to Rs 1,00,000.
Profits can also be easily increased by increasing the number of CPOs in the pond.
Many decorative items are made from oysters. Along with this, perfume oil is also extracted from oysters. After extracting pearls, you can also earn good money by selling oysters in the local market.
In our upcoming post, we will share information about how to prepare pearls in oysters. If you found this information important, then like this post and also share it with other friends. Ask us your questions related to pearl farming through comments. Stay connected with Dehat for more such interesting information.
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