What happens if one solar panel or one beehive produces more than the next?

Are payouts different based on individual production?

No, the principle behind Impact Farming is that investors are joining a venture – they are essentially crowd funding a business initiative. As such the crop produced is looked at as a whole and then divided up by the number of assets the investors own. So, if your blueberry bush turns out to be a dud, you will still earn the average of that farm. Half of the blueberry bushes are harvested near the end of the year and the other half at the beginning of the next year. In this way, owners earn an income twice a year. However, different farms will produce slightly different yields. As one site is sold out, new ones will be added to the platform. Asset owners will therefore be able to diversify their portfolios over time.

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