Organic Pili Nut Farm Investment is offer to you today, as we have now planted over 200,000+ Pili Nut trees at our farm, we have over 20 foreign investors from different parts of the world, read what some are saying in our testimonials page, it sounds to good to be true right? Read on…
Pili Nuts have become a very high commodity in the Investment world, now at 700 peso per kilo raw nuts, and rising each harvest, due to supply and demand.
That’s why so many Investors are investing at Bech’s sustainable pili nut farm, with Bech’s organic farming investments; the very high ROI gives them a great living standard, and income supplement, the trees will produce nuts for some 120 years and grow into an old and gracious tree.
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The Benefits of Pili Nut Oils.
Like the coconut tree, the pili nut tree is the tree of life, and is native to the Philippines. The nuts are found on tall evergreen pili trees, also called Canarium Ovatum.
The fruit is enclosed in a hard shell which, when ripe, has a thick, dark skin. Although it was used mainly as a garden plant, its health benefits were known to natives of the Philippines.
It was not commercially cultivated until recently; Bech’s organic pili nut farm has seen a great opportunity to capitalize on the market demand for the pili nuts, now Bech’s organic pili nuts joint investment is available to those interested to assure a monthly income for the next 75+ years.
Pili are the seeds harvested from pili pine trees. These seeds are also commonly called pine nuts or pignolia. One cup of pili has 68 g of fat and 673 calories. These nuts are sweet with a delicate flavor. Store pili nuts in the refrigerator to prevent spoilage; the high fat content makes them susceptible to room temperature storage.
Enjoy a handful of pine nuts as a snack, toast them for cooking or grind them into a powder for sauces.
The pili nut contains all eight essential amino acids per 100 gram. It contains 302 mg of magnesium which is more magnesium than any other nut in the world. The U.S. Department of Agriculture-recommended amount for men is 400 to 420 mg daily and for women it is 310 to 320 mg daily.
The pili nut also contains 100 percent of the daily recommended amount of copper and manganese per 100 gram. It also has complete protein content, vital electrolytes, essential fats and is rich in minerals, which are important ingredients in maintaining bone and muscle tissue, a healthy heart, and keeping your body functioning at its best.
The pili nut is often used in oriental desserts such as a Christmas cake called “bobengka.” During the moon festival in the middle of autumn, it is used to prepare the mooncake. It has traditionally been used to treat skin diseases in humans, such as scabies. It is also used to de-worm livestock.
The pili nut is the main ingredient in the moon cakes, a very important and traditional symbol for nearly 2 Billion Chinese all over the world.
The amino acids in the pili nut help with healthy blood-sugar levels, muscle-tissue development, production of hormones, regulation of energy, healthy bones and skin, nerve-cell health, detoxification of the liver, and balance in the brain.
Magnesium supports healthier nerves, bones and muscle. In addition to healthier skin, the omega fatty acids support immune functions and aid in protection from various diseases, including cardiovascular diseases by helping to prevent cholesterol from turning into plaque.
The pili nut contains 302 mg of magnesium which is more magnesium than any other nut, per 100gm.
Although its makeup is similar to olive oil, the pili nut has more beta carotene, which makes it more nutritious. It also has a purgative effect, which assists people going through detoxification.
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Pili nuts are often ground into a healthier alternative to chocolate. They are also added in banana ice cream, and made into pili butter spread, candy, pili-nut brittle, tarts or chocolate crunch, and used in bread.
The nuts are also processed with several different coatings for confectionery, like honey, brown sugar, sesame seeds, roasted whole pili nuts are sold salted or sugar coated (caramelized or otherwise), ground pili nuts are made into marzipans and puddings and chopped pili nuts are used for garnishing ice cream and cakes, Pili chocolate crunch, polverone, pili butter spread, Pili tart, crispy pili, spice grease-less Pili, Pili empanadas, pili kisses, pandecillos, pastilas de pili, pili butter spread.
The tree bark from the pili nut tree is also a source of latex.
Bech’s organic pili farming are offering an extended joint Investment opportunity of 30 Hectares of Ideal hilly farm land to grow pili nut trees, here at Agpudlos, Tablas, Romblon, at their pili nut agricultural investment farm.
Common land prices are now Php 80 or US $ 2 per sqm at Tablas, Romblon.
Bech’s Organic farm project is still able to offer approx. 30 hectares of good pili farm land for the very low price of only 40 peso or US $1 per sqm in the Agpudlos area of Tablas.
This is only 5% of the price paid for similar farmland at the mainland – for example Near Tagatay, reserve yours today!
This hilly land at Bech’s organic pili farm, Agpudlos, Tablas, has ideal growing conditions for pili nut trees, the Pili tree thrive on hill land; and Tablas is in the middle of the climate zone where the pili grows well, it does for example, not thrive in Mindanao, because it is a different climate zone.
A crop of pili nuts will give a very high ROI after the initial growing period of 4 to 5 years, our farm management team and our staff maintain the farm on a daily basis, 24/7 365 giving you the surety that the trees are well taken care of.
Initially, the pili seedling grows slowly after transplanting, but the growth rate soon accelerates, stem height and girth increase rapidly and new leaves unfold continuously.
After 3-4 entire leaves have developed, leaves with 3 leaflets follow, until in the mature trees, the leaves have 5, 7 or 9 leaflets. The juvenile pili tree produces lateral shoots rather late.
They grow to a height of 2 m or more over a period of about 1 year, before the first branching occurs. At this stage, the tree may produce its first flowers. Lateral shoot growth ultimately gives the tree a more or less round canopy.
It is interesting to note that the kernel (anatomically, the cotyledons with the tiny embryo within) remains relatively undeveloped, even when the fruit has reached its maximum size.
It does not begin substantial development until the fruit has reached maturity, and the kernel growth occurs during fruit ripening. On the average, pili seedling trees start flowering and fruiting 2-3 years after seed germination.
Most flushes in mature trees are reproductive, and the trees may live to be more than 100 years old.
Female trees are usually smaller than male trees of the same age, owing to the exhausting and dwarfing effect of fruiting.
Pili nuts are sown in a seedbed, using very light porous soil, such as sand, or an equal mixture of sand and garden soil as media.
Coir dust and sawdust may also be used as the germinating medium. The nuts are laid flat, with the broadest side facing down, at a depth of not more than 2 cm, and at a distance of about 1-2 cm between rows, and between nuts in a row.
They may also be sown directly in individual containers, thus reducing the cost of transplanting.
Grafting operation is usually done in November to February. The grafting technique is shown to be rather difficult with high mortality, so we are going back to the old method, planting two and two and remove 90 % of the male trees later on.
The Pili Trees in this picture are grafted seedlings
The harvest season in the Philippines extends over a long period, from May to October, and has its peak in June-August.
The fruits on a tree do not ripen at the same time, and it is best to harvest only well-ripened fruits (whose skin color is nearly black).
The present system of harvesting is a laborious process. The harvester climbs the tree and, with a wooden stick, repeatedly thrashes the fruiting branches, in the process detaching even the immature fruit and severely defoliating the tree.
Although the pili was identified and described in 1883, and has been cultivated in the Philippines since ancient times, it is still a relatively new commercial crop.
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Prospects: Dried Pili Nuts
The pili nuts have a bright and successful future as a commercial crop, for a number of reasons:
- Superior varieties are available for cultivation, which are early bearing, prolific, responsive to asexual propagation, free from damage by pests and diseases, and responsive to low production inputs, the smell of the Pili Is also a good insect repellant.
- Pili nuts keep well and the trees can therefore be cultivated in remote rural areas without any fear that the fruits will spoil if they are not marketed immediately. If properly dried and stored, the pili nuts can be kept until the next harvest season, thus ensuring a regular supply of raw materials for processing during the non-harvest months. This is advantageous to pili nut growers, whose produce would fetch higher prices during this period.
- The pili nut pulp and kernel are extremely nutritious, forming good-to-excellent sources of minerals, vegetable fats and proteins.
- The pili nut kernel can be used in the preparation of many food products, and is also the source of an edible oil of excellent quality.
- There is an unmet local demand for the pili nut, which is popular with Filipinos; there is also a ready export market, should enough of the crop become available. Furthermore, the commercial utilization of all the by-products of the pili fruit would further increase the income derived from pili nut production. The following initiatives are being proposed to encourage pili production:
- Government-established demonstration orchards in strategic locations in the Bicol region and other locations with similar climatic conditions, to show farmers the available production technologies.
- Regular seminars on pili production for interested farmers, organized by the government.
- Availability to farmers of reasonably priced, high-quality propagating materials.
- Regular visits to the farmers’ orchards by extension personnel, to provide technical assistance.
- Government assistance to pili farmers in marketing their produce.
At Bech’s organic farm we are proud to offer this extended pili nut investment opportunity to you, we believe this is an opportunity that you would not want to miss out on, we do only have a limited area in hectares available, and we do sell this in portions of minimum 5 hectares now. The ROI is higher than in any comparable business-investment, so you are welcome to enjoy a great additional pension / income with us.
Due to increasing demand – domestic and international – which shows that this is becoming a very good investment indeed. Since pili trees will bear fruit for 100 years or more – is this also a great inheritance for the next generations.
The Philippines is the only country that produces and processes pili in commercial quantity and has the monopoly of processed pili in the foreign market. Bicol Region is known for its pili candies and confectioneries which are sold in different product forms and in various packaging containers.
These products are exported to Australia, Guam, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, China, UK, Korea, Singapore, Hawaii, Germany, France and the United States.
Where it is competing with mass produced Macadamia nuts from Hawaii Islands in the USA, the Pili Nut is a much more flavorful nut, and tastes a lot nicer, and they can be addictive to the taste pallets, so beware.
Pili Nut Pulp
The pulp of the pili nut is used as vegetable, pickle, flour, puree, sauce, and feeds for swine. The shell is used as fuel, growing medium for orchids and anthuriums, and crafted as fashion accessories.
The resin is used as lacquer, varnish adhesive and manila elemi. The trunk is made into furniture and wood panels. With these various uses, there is no doubt that pili are considered a high-value commercial crop with a very high ROI.
Pili nuts are a main ingredient in the moon cakes, and confectionery, from Japan and China.
Today, Chinese people celebrate the Mid-Autumn festival with dances, feasting and moon gazing. While baked goods are common feature at most Chinese celebrations, mooncakes are inextricably linked with the Moon festival
One type of traditional Mooncake is filled with lotus seed paste, and Pili Nuts, these Mooncakes are quite filling, meant to be cut diagonally in quarters and passed around. This explains their rather steep price (around $5.00 in Canada).
Mooncakes from Xinghualou are not easy to buy, so shoppers should purchase coupons several weeks ahead in order to guarantee having Mooncakes in time for the festival.
“Our sales turnover has surpassed 200 million yuan ($24 million) this year,” said Yao Jiankang, an official of the Xinghualou Company”
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Did you know one of the ingredients for Chanel Ultra Correction Lift facial skin rejuvenation came from resinous gum of “pili,” a local tree that has become a symbol of Bicolandia.
Chanel Ultra Correction Lift is made with Elemi PFA, which dermatologists say keeps cells alive for an extended period of time so skin stays lifted longer, preventing wrinkles and sagging.
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The Pili Kernel Oil:
Sore and aching muscles, slowly relaxed, by your ever graceful hands, and the smoothness, of the magical pili kernel oil, nothing but bliss, with pili kernel oil, on your skin, you get the feeling, you are in the beach, or, in the rainforest, or, anywhere heavenly.
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The pili kernel oil has mystic properties, It will bring you luck in your life, It will bring you happiness, a smile always in my face, pili kernel oil, truly magical, truly enticing, pili kernel oil.
- Pilinuts.org: What are the Health Benefits of Pili Nuts?
- Department of Science and Technology: DOST V Develops Pili Pulp Oil Extraction Technology
- Raw Food Health Watch: Polynesian Pili Nuts
- Luntian Corner: Pili Nut Tree: The Source of Manila Elemi Oil
- U.S. Department of Agriculture: Magnesium
The resin from the pili nut tree is used in the popular Fahrenheit Perfumes from Christian Dior.
If you may be interested to invest in an additional Pension at US $100,000 per year or more, invest with Bech’s Organic Farm an Agricultural Investment Farm, located at Agpudlos, Tablas, Romblon, Philippines.
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