Reforestation Mahogany

Reforestation Mahogany


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Real Volume (24H)$0
Fully Diluted ValuationN/A
ATH Date4/4/2022, 3:16:12 AM
ATL Date12/20/2022, 1:56:07 AM
Circulating SupplyN/A
Total Supply100B
Popularity Rank12003
What is Reforestation Mahogany?

Mahogany Reforestation Operations Group (RMOG) is a public blockchain-based ecosystem that promotes sustainability, traceability, and environmental governance (ESG) to address real-world issues. By connecting apps and new members to their ecosystem, RMOG increases in value. The objective of Mahogany Reforestation is to revolutionize traditional economic processes and promote the development of digital entrepreneurship in isolated and degraded areas.

African Mahogany (khaya grandifoliola) is one of the most cultivated noble woods in Brazil, known for its high financial returns and profitability. Each hectare of African mahogany presents an average annual increase of 21.89 cubic meters of round wood. The tree is easily adaptable to the Brazilian climate, which is similar to that of its continent of origin, and grows faster than other species. Its maturation age is between 13 and 15 years, which is when the central part of the tree, also known as grain, forms.

African Mahogany is widely traded on the international market, especially in Europe, and is considered a long-term investment for anyone wishing to expand their wealth or retire. However, before planting this species for the production of hardwood, quality management is necessary to obtain greater financial return.

The biological characteristic of African mahogany is one of the main advantages. The straighter trunk helps to make better use of the conversion of wood into logs for sawn wood, reducing the rate of wood loss. This plant also has a low incidence of branches and branches, which reduces the number of knots, making the produced wood more homogeneous and resistant.

African mahogany arrived on Brazilian soil in the 70s, but it was only disseminated in the 80s and 90s with experimental plantations promoted by Embrapa in various regions of Brazil. The largest plantations are concentrated in the state of Minas Gerais, where RMOG manages large plantation areas.

The internal rate of return (IRR) for African Mahogany can reach 15-25% per year, considering all the costs and revenues generated by the forestry business. The implementation cost varies according to soil conditions, relief, climate, proximity to suppliers and consumer markets, among other factors.

RMOG recognizes the potential of African Mahogany in promoting sustainable economic development. They manage large plantation areas in the state of Minas Gerais and use public blockchain technology to promote sustainability, traceability, and environmental governance in their operations.

By connecting apps and new members to their ecosystem, RMOG increases the value of their platform, which benefits their stakeholders, investors, and the environment. With the goal of revolutionizing traditional economic processes and promoting digital entrepreneurship, RMOG is a prime example of sustainable economic development.


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