May 18, 2007, Newsletter Issue #65: Plan Ahead with Christmas Tree Farms

Tip of the Week

Starting a Christmas tree farm is quite a process, and a lengthy process at that. Creating your own farm isn't something that you can make a profit with immediately—trees don't grow overnight. Even if you get your finances, land, and equipment situations sorted out, sizable trees usually take about 4 to 5 years to grow.

To run a successful and fully stocked farm, growers should plant a controllable amount of trees, taking into consideration the time available for maintenance. And, since trees planted one year won't be available for 4 to 5 years, new plots should be planted each of those years so that the farm can continue to produce sizable trees for years to come.

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