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Opportunity Overview 

The One Tree Armenia is an ambitious agriculture project located in Aragatsavan Village in the Aragatsotn Region of Armenia. With a total area of 475,000 square meters and 15,333 walnut trees planted on the site, this project is set to revolutionize the local agricultural industry. 

Investing in The One Tree Armenia through Kingsmen Investments will give you the protection and stability you need to reap the rewards of this exclusive investment opportunity. Registered at the Register of the Legal Entities of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia, your investment will be secure, allowing you to realize your long-term goals and unlock the potential growth that comes with investing in The One Tree Armenia  Orchard. Take control of your financial future today – invest in The One Tree Armenia and secure your financial freedom! 

Offered at 2,463,475  USD with 100 total shares of which only 45 shares are listed at a price of 24,634.75 USD each, Every One Share purchased will represent 4500 square meters of land with 144 trees attached – you can start generating income as early as 2027! Don’t miss out on your chance to secure your financial future – invest in One Tree Armenia Walnut today! 

Project highlights


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Each 1 Share Value is offered for  : 24,634.75 USD

Each 1 Share Value Represents The Following  : 4,500 sqm  of Land - Number of Trees : 144 

Capital Return Duration: 10 Years  Starting Year: 2023

Starting Year 203341 % Per Year Annual Income

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Timeline Summary:

Report of our activities between August 2020 and March 2023. Prepared by Agronomist Hanna Gaspard Partner and C.E.O At Agroworks LLC Who Managed and Executed the works. 

August 2020: Land purchase, assessing soil quality, and developing a rehabilitation plan.

September - December 2020: Removing weeds, debris and other non-native flora. Building structures to store equipment, installing irrigation, and improving soil quality.

January - March 2021: Planting new trees, nurturing young plants, and focusing on good plant health. Initial fertilization and spraying insecticides and fungicides.

April - June 2021: Continuing rehabilitation work, upgrading irrigation systems and fertilization intensity.

July - September 2021: Maintenance of the plantation, fertilizer application, surveillance for insects and fungal infection. Preparation for the fall.

October - December 2021: Harvest season, hiring extra labour as required, and remove small flowers and prunning the trees we dont want our trees to hold fruits. 

January - March 2022: Pre-season preparation, Soil enrichment and pruning of plants.

April - June 2022: Upgrading irrigation and fertilization methods, addressing any pest or fungal issues.

July - September 2022: Normal Check on the orchard, Emptying the irrigation system preparing for the winter season.

October - December 2022: Recruiting and training new personnel, planning the first stages of expansion.

January - March 2023: Evaluating last year’s performance, continuing work on the plantation and preparing for expansion.

Detailed Breakdown:

August 2020: We purchased our plot of land in August 2020. Our initial efforts were focused on evaluating the quality and fertility of the soil, developing our rehabilitation plan, and analysing other factors that determine a site's potential for successful planting.

September - December 2020: The first step in our rehabilitation plan was to remove all non-native species, weeds and debris. This process took several months, with numerous workers and machinery involved. After clearing the land, our team installed irrigation systems that were essential in improving the soil quality for planting the trees. We built structures to store equipment and created a devoted administrative office on the farm.

January - March 2021: We began planting new trees, treating all young walnut plants with necessary care, including preliminary fertilization, pest and disease control, and regular irrigation. Our team of experts worked hard to keep the crops healthy and saved some of the best crops for future seeds.

April - June 2021: During this quarter, we continued with our rehabilitation work on the farm, consistently weeding the plantation, and replenishing soil nutrients. We improved the irrigation systems to ensure that the plants were receiving enough water to grow well. We made the required adjustments to make sure that fertilizers were administered in the correct quantities.

July - September 2021: During this quarter, we focused on crop management, conducting constant surveys to avoid pests and fungal infections. Our team carefully monitored the crop irrigation to ensure that the right amount of water was delivered to the plants. We continued to prepare for the fall, hiring extra labor to help us manage the increased workload.

October 2021 - March 2022: We spent much of this quarter pruning the existing trees, providing the right amount of nutrients to the trees, and building up the soil's nutrient status.

April - June 2022: This quarter was dedicated to enhancing irrigation and fertilization methods for the plantation. Our team invested heavily in the establishment of sustainable agricultural practices, focusing on minimizing energy expenditure while maximizing crop yield.

July - December 2022 : Our team invested heavily in recruiting and training new personnel. we wanted to bring in new perspectives and ideas for our business. We also started planning the first stages of expansion, strategizing for the long-term future.

January - March 2023: We took a moment to evaluate our previous year's successes and shortcomings to plan out our next steps. Simultaneously, we optimized our plantation to be as sustainable as possible, ensuring that our crop yield remains high in order to start Harvesting in 2028 As planned or Maybe much faster!  

Challenges: Our biggest challenge was removing the rocks from the land , the soil is furtille the Land location is fantastic and the project is being well Maintained. You are all welcome to come and check our beautiful Walnut Farm ! 

Best Regards, 

Hanna Kasbar

Head Agronomist 

Agrowork LLC

5 benefits to investing in walnuts:

Overall, investing in walnuts is a great way to diversify your investment portfolio and reap the benefits of a long-term investment. However, it's essential to note that like any other investment, there are risks involved, and it is critical to research potential investments well before making any decisions.