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Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 1:16am On Dec 17, 2016
ruggie:


Thank you for the response.
I will definitely take that into consideration.
You are welcome
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:36pm On Dec 19, 2016
Our only way to survive this economic woes and move into economic prosperity is to embrace agribusiness.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by blazerjewel: 4:13pm On Dec 20, 2016
Lesgupnigeria:

Kindly call me to connect you.

hi. how can i get a land in lagos for poultry farming/processing
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:32am On Dec 21, 2016
blazerjewel:


hi. how can i get a land in lagos for poultry farming/processing
There is no farmland in Lagos except neighbouring states like Ogun state or Oyo state
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 12:25am On Dec 23, 2016
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:50pm On Dec 23, 2016
Know the resources at your disposal and find ways to manage it well
Many agribusiness es that should be flourishing by now are no where to found because they are unable to manage their resources well
#FarmBudgeting
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:28am On Dec 25, 2016
Merry Christmas to every agrolanders and prosperous new year in advance

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Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 5:07pm On Dec 26, 2016
Happy boxing day.

Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by lipman1122: 6:25pm On Dec 26, 2016
No time to write stories in comment today. Just to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance. Ojasweb Digital Solution wishes you all a joyous celebration.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:44am On Dec 27, 2016
lipman1122:
No time to write stories in comment today. Just to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance. Ojasweb Digital Solution wishes you all a joyous celebration.
Wish you the same bro.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:43am On Dec 28, 2016
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:39am On Dec 30, 2016
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:57am On Jan 02
2017 is the year of economic recovery and wealth creation through agribusiness.
Key into it
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:35am On Jan 05
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:03am On Jan 07
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:11am On Jan 08
Happy Sunday people

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Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:02pm On Jan 08
adebowfe:
Hi, pls, link me with company so that I can sale my plantain procced. My whassp number is 08076758764 and email ID is felylovely@yahoo.com. Thanks, waiting for your usual great response.

Thank you





Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Yitzchaq(m): 11:47pm On Jan 08
Buzz me on 08137932570 to get added to crop farming group on telegram.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by authority2006(m): 5:03am On Jan 09
Lesgupnigeria:
Know the resources at your disposal and find ways to manage it well
Many agribusiness es that should be flourishing by now are no where to found because they are unable to manage their resources well
#FarmBudgeting
I planted plantain on one plot of land (out of two) belonging to me, earlier this year, around April/May. I spent quite a lot of money uprooting too many trees, cutting them into pieces, removing them from the land, paying the land owners tokens for the removal of previous economic trees. At the end of the day, I couldn't plant the two plots. Though, I used the first type of suckers you disapproved because I didn't know where to get the second ones (never come across your thread before, but I researched about the two types, just that nowhere to get it nearby), but they are doing fine, growing well even without fertiliser because the land is rich. But I will apply fertiliser next raining season.
I have about 90 stands on it. I replaced those that didn't survive the first planting. I carried out timely weeding, both herbicides and manual weeding.
The second plot was used to plant yam.
The ultimate goal was to secure the land from being resold to another person by the land owners who sold it to me because the land is meant for house construction. But while securing it, I had to think about how to use them to make money in the meantime.
I will update with pictures later, whenever I visit the farm next time.

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Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 3:38pm On Jan 09
authority2006:

I planted plantain on one plot of land (out of two) belonging to me, earlier this year, around April/May. I spent quite a lot of money uprooting too many trees, cutting them into pieces, removing them from the land, paying the land owners tokens for the removal of previous economic trees. At the end of the day, I couldn't plant the two plots. Though, I used the first type of suckers you disapproved because I didn't know where to get the second ones (never come across your thread before, but I researched about the two types, just that nowhere to get it nearby), but they are doing fine, growing well even without fertiliser because the land is rich. But I will apply fertiliser next raining season.
I have about 90 stands on it. I replaced those that didn't survive the first planting. I carried out timely weeding, both herbicides and manual weeding.
The second plot was used to plant yam.
The ultimate goal was to secure the land from being resold to another person by the land owners who sold it to me because the land is meant for house construction. But while securing it, I had to think about how to use them to make money in the meantime.
I will update with pictures later, whenever I visit the farm next time.
Good.well done.
Will be happy to see the plantain do well.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 3:23pm On Jan 10
Good morning my people
As another season starts;may God prosper the work of your hands,lift you up high and bring you to your place of rest,
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 9:33pm On Jan 11
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 6:13pm On Jan 14
This is the time to venture into agribusiness.
Economy hit by increasing rate of inflation,
Increasing Food prices,
Decreasing oil price in the world market, etc
The journey to agropreneur prosperity has just begun.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 9:46am On Jan 16
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:20am On Jan 17
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 3:28pm On Jan 18
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 2:09pm On Jan 19
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:08am On Jan 21
Do plantain.....it pays
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:16am On Jan 22
Plantain is very profitable...... Read my threads to know how to make money from plantaih
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:02pm On Jan 22
Happy Sunday people
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 11:22am On Jan 23
The best way to start your plantain is to get practical training and knowledge, then get started
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by yanjutomi(m): 8:35am On Jan 24
Came across Ur tread today. If i wanna start plantain farming where can i get a good sucker, at what rate and how many sucker will i buy to cultivate on 2 arce. Thanks

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