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Dear brother, if the land is irrigated naturally (by rain, adjacent stream, or spring, etc.), then the ‘zakah’ is determined at 10% of the produce of the land; and if the land is irrigated by water from artificial means (wells, purchased water, tubes or tube wells, canals, pumps etc.), the ‘zakah’ dues are 5% of the produce. In case the land is watered equally by artificial as well as natural means, then zakah payable will be three-fourths of a tithe i.e. 7.5%. All of the costs involved in harvesting, transportation, threshing, cleaning, storing, and others should be deducted before zakah is paid.
Thus you should determine what percentage you are eligible to pay? Then you should sum up the total worth of 4000 boxes and then deduct All of the expenses on it (ie fertilizers, labour, fungicide spray, transportation, etc). in the mathematical form it is ( x% of the total worth of 4000 boxes – total expenses involved). And Allah alone knows the best.
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