Oranges, Dhanora is a village in buldhana district of Maharashtra. Dhanora was located in lonar taluka and nearby 17 km from lonar and mehkar. Dhanora was established in 1820. Dhanora village have total population is about 1250 peoples. Pincode of Dhanora is 443301.
Dhanora, nowadays was in news because of samruddhi mahamarg. Samruddhi mahamarg was build by famous Indian company Larsen & Turbo. It’s Total contract was about 55,000 crores. Mumbai to Nagpur only in 6 – 7 hours.
Why dhanora is famous for oranges ?
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In dhanora there is 450 farmers who do farming. Farrmers have many years of experience in orange farming. Farmers are generally in self employed category means if they earn money from farming then no income tax liability will on it. Government also support farmers. In Dhanora land was suitable for orange farming.
Orange crop give fruits after 4 years because crop take time to grow in that period. Orange crop have two seasons means in October taste is sour and second one is in February that was sweet. After nagpur, Dhanora have sweet oranges in maharashtra State.
- Because of suitable weather oranges have better taste and size consumer like big sizes organes for eating.
- Wholesale buyers are attracted to village, because they want to buy oranges in bulk and because whole village farmers do orange farming so they get easily find bulk sellers.
- Due to samruddhi mahamarg transport is easy and fast for wholesale buyers
- The fruit has a pockmarked exterior and sweet and juicy pulp.
Yearly Turnover of farmers in dhanora
In this current financial year they will generate 3-4 crores of income from oranges. Basically income is fluctuate becaus of weather conditions, soil fertility, etc we estimate base on past outcome.
Why Nagpur is known as land of Oranges ?
Nagpur oranges, which are a variety of orange grown in Nagpur, are quite popular not only in India but also outside with its sweetness and juicy pulp. The Mandarin orange, which is also known as mandarin or mandarine is the common type of orange that is widely cultivated in Nagpur.
Nagpur mandarin is the most popular fruit among all types of oranges in India due to its sweet-sour appealing taste and easy peelable quality of the rind. Some of the finest Mandarins are cultivated in Nagpur, Amravati and Wardha districts of Maharashtra. Nagpur Santra, a type of loose jacketed orange belongs to this category of Mandarins. Nagpur Santra is commonly grown in the Satpura Hills of Vidharba region.