Cashews are a popular nut. However, while many people are familiar with them, few know much about the cashew yield per tree. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at how to calculate cashew yield per hectare and cashew yield.  The calculation for cashew yield per hectare is simple: it is the number of kilograms of cashews produced per hectare. Keep reading to learn more!

Vietnam’s Cashew Nut Yield Per Trees

Normally, about 92 % of the trees yield by the third year from planting. The average yield per tree increases from about 2 kg at 3-5 years to 4 kg at 6-10 years and 5-10 kg when trees are 11-15 years of age. After that, trees yield in excess of 10 kg as the trees get older. Currently, there are many different types of cashew seed planted in Vietnam, but most of them are 5 main varieties. These varieties usually produce clusters of 5 to 10 fruits. The main color of the fruit is yellow. However, the kernel ratio, raw cashew nut size, and yield are quite different. 60% of the Vietnam cashew area, about 150,000 ha with an output of 1,5 tons per ha.

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Cashew nut yield per hectare

The Average raw cashew nut yield is about 15 kg per tree. Raw Cashew nut yield per hectare is About 1,5 tons per hectare.

Seed Of Cashew Nut Grown in Vietnam:

  • Seed ES-04: kernel ratio: 27.5%; RCN size: 173 nuts/kg; yield: 55-65 kg/plant/year.
  • Seed EK-24: kernel rate: 28%; RCN size: 120 nuts/kg; yield: 35-45 kg/plant/year.
  • Seed BD-01: kernel ratio: 27%; RCN size: 165 nuts/kg; yield: 45-55 kg/plant/year.
  • Seed KP-11: kernel ratio: 27.5%; RCN size: 150 nuts/kg; yield: 45-55 kg/plant/year.
  • Seed KP-12: kernel ratio: 27%; RCN size: 140 nuts/kg; yield: 55-65 kg/plant year.
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About 92 % of the trees yield by the third year from planting. The average yield per tree increases from about 2 kg at 3-5 years to 4 kg at 6-10 years and 5-10 kg when trees are 11-15 years of age.

About 92 % of the trees yield by the third year from planting. The average yield per tree increases from about 2 kg at 3-5 years to 4 kg at 6-10 years and 5-10 kg when trees are 11-15 years of age.

The Standard Nut Count Of Raw Cashew Nuts goes thus:

The nut count is simply the number of nuts present in 1kg of the raw cashew sample selected for the tests. It is a function of the size distribution of the cashew nut.

  • 170 – 180, it is excellent
  • 181 – 190, it is very good
  • 191 – 200, it is good
  • 201 – 210, it is medium or moderate
  • 211 – 220, it is low medium
  • 221 – 230, it is poor

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In Vietnam, depending on the year, most of the Vietnam raw cashew has a nut count of 180 to 210 / kg.

In Vietnam, depending on the year, most of the Vietnam raw cashew has a nut count of 180 to 210 / kg.

Cashew Kernels Size Measure

In total, there are 33 different grades of cashew nuts (cashew types), but only 26 are available for people to purchase. Specifications As Referred To By the Vietnam Cashew Industry. A grade is denoted by two or more alphabets and a number.

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Compare with similar Vietnam Cashew Grade: W180, W240, W320, W450...

Compare with similar Vietnam Cashew Grades: W180, W240, W320, W450

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