Avocado Orchard 32: Tequila


Orchard Establishment Date 2020-11-01 00:00:00.0
Age -0 months
Type of Tree Clonal / Seedling
Rootstock Dusa
Variety Pinkerton
Total Trees in the orchard 320
Current Yield
Current average Kilogram per tree
Target Yield  
Industry Average Yield  

No trees available. Avocado usufruct are listed and traded daily so please check-in again.

Purchase Process

1. Choose your orchard or rows in an orchard online or send us an email with your choice for assitance.

2. The orchard or rows will be reserved during your due diligence.

3. The Purchase agreement will be formulated and send for your approval and signature.

4. When we have a signed agreement and payment was received, we issue the deed of cession transferring the usufruct of the avocado trees.

5. Your purchase is updated on the AvoOwner platform to reflect your ownership of the orchards or rows in an orchard.

6. You qualify immediately to share in the prorata profit from the harvest.

7. We send out at least one monthly report to update you on the progress of the crop.

Year Tree Age Tree Value (USD) Increase % Value Cumulative Average Yield per Tree Average Price / Kg Gross Income Per tree Hectare Cost Per Tree Net Income Per Tree Harvest Share per Tree (65%) Harvest Share Cumulative Cumulative Net Profit (Tree Value + Harvest Share Net Cumulative ROI %

Purchase Details:

  • - The management fee to maintain and apply good farming principles is 35% of the BOF income.
  • - Your crop are insured against natural causes such as hail.
  • - No additional cost to the owner besides the initial investment.
  • - Owner has a choice to receive the revenue less cost transfered to a nominated bank account.
  • - Limited risk to the owner, if the tree has problems and dies, AvoOwner will replace the tree with a young tree.
  • - Owners can resell the usufruct of the trees on the AvoOwner Trading platform or to any other interested person or company.

Avocado Variety information: Pinkerton

Variety Description
A pronounced thickish neck compared to most other cultivars. It has a thick, rough, green skin that does not yield easily to pressure and remains green when ripe. The flesh is sometimes slightly sweet.

Fruit Size
Large (225 - 680g)

Thick, rough, green skin that does not yield easily to pressure and remains green when ripe

The Pinkerton has an oblong shape

Small Seed

April to July


Smooth, creamy texture with good flavour

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