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Australian Macadamia Nuts plant

The Macadamia tree produces the world’s costliest nut, prized for its rich, buttery flavor and creamy texture. This hardy crop is well-suited for commercial plantation, thriving in various climates with proper care and management. Renowned for its high nutritional value and luxurious taste, the Macadamia nut is a sought-after ingredient in gourmet cuisine and confectionery. Whether enjoyed as a snack or used in culinary creations, Macadamia nuts offer a delightful indulgence that epitomizes quality and sophistication. With its lucrative potential and exceptional qualities, the Macadamia tree has become a valuable asset in the agricultural landscape, contributing to both culinary excellence and economic prosperity.
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These are the world’s costliest nuts. The macadamia nut tree is a fast-growing, medium-sized evergreen tree with heavy, dark green foliage that hails from Australia and are grown commercially in a number of subtropical areas, the seeds are often roasted and salted or are used by bakers and chocolatiers in confections and chocolates. Macadamia trees commonly grow to 18 metres (60 feet) high and 15 metres (49 feet) wide. Appearance – Hard outer shell Shape – Round Nut texture – Smooth and creamy Nut colour – Light brown Flesh taste – Sweet, buttery Uses – Bakeries, chocolaterie Helath benifits – Low in fats and carbohydrates
Macadamia grows into a well branched medium to large tree (50ft to 80ft tall),
Macadmia is planted at 18ft x 18ft distance in Indian conditions and in one acre of land, 100 to 120 macadamia saplings can be planted
Macadamia nuts have a tough outer shell and inside the shell is nut that is delicate, buttery flavour with smooth texture. Did you know that Macadamia nut’s shell is the hardest shell compared to all other nuts, it needs around 300 pounds of pressure to break open the shell.
Macadamia nuts mature in 6 to 7 months after flowering and must be allowed to ripen on the trees. The Macadamia nuts fall to the ground between March and September.

Macadamia Nut Plants - Cultivate a Bountiful Harvest of Premium Macadamia Nuts

Type

Seeded

Exposure

Full sun

Spacing

18ft x 18ft

Yield/Tree

35Kg to 50Kg

Fruit Size

15gm to 25gm

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