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5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 12:11pm On Nov 29, 2014
Farmland against next year planting season available terms and condition apply...for the land contact Mr.Clifford on 08120757274....

The land is 5hectres located in bening city kindly check our facebook fan page www.facebook.com/sedulusplantainfarming for more details....a had been uploaded kindly call for other verifications

Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 4:07pm On Nov 29, 2014
this land id very good for farmimg and csn aldo be use as for other things.....contact mr.clifford for info
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 7:58am On Dec 01, 2014
Banana as a Crop
Bananas and plantains constitute the fourth most important global food commodity (after rice, wheat and maize) grown in more than 100 countries over a harvested area of approximately 10 million hectares, with an annual production of 88 million tonnes (Frison and Sharrock, 1999). The all year round fruiting habit of bananas puts the crop in a superior position in bridging the ‘hunger gap’ between crop harvests.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 7:00am On Dec 02, 2014
Bananas and plantains constitute the fourth most important global food commodity (after rice, wheat and maize) grown in more than 100 countries over a harvested area of approximately 10 million hectares, with an annual production of 88 million tonnes (Frison and Sharrock, 1999). The all year round fruiting habit of bananas puts the crop in a superior position in bridging the ‘hunger gap’ between crop harvests.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 7:35am On Dec 14, 2014
Yes...happy xmas to all our client...may good God protect and giud u all through the season in jesus name......have u place ur order against next planting season? What Re u waiting for? Call mr.clifford on the above number to place ur order before rushing hours
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 9:58am On Dec 20, 2014
W appreciate all our client that has booked us down that by the next season of planting ....we will be delivering all your demands to your various location ..as God in Heavens liveth ...and for those who has not yet place order that are waiting for ......rushing hours...I pray that God will make them to understand that we wount be attending to aprum two notice .....to book ,call mr.clifford on the above number.......thank you very much
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 3:15pm On Dec 24, 2014
Click here to recieve ur xmas gift suprice http://e.3875.com/christmas/ep2.html?stra=Clifford.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 6:52am On Jan 08, 2015
[i][/i]Plantain plants also grow best in bunches or groups because they protect each other from the harsh rays of the sun. It is important to create an environment where the plantain plants are sheltered either because they are bunched up together or there are other trees to protect them. It is important to maintain the humidity of the plantain plantation.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by AreaFada2: 11:35am On Jan 09, 2015
OP,

Do you have any farmland for sale or lease around Isihor (maybe far inside), Oluku, Ovbiogie, Ekiadolor, etc ?

The 5 hectares for lease posted here, which community or locality exactly is it?
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 3:42pm On Jan 09, 2015
The net bunch weight without the stalk is between 22 and. 27 kg, and the number of fruits per bunch varies from 20 to 50
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 3:46pm On Jan 09, 2015
The five hectre is located in okada,egbeta.. u enter egbeta from okada junction down to egbeta community primary school....and I dont have any other land in benin again exept.....here in ibadan.....and is not for lease but only for sale.......thanks...clifford
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by AreaFada2: 1:51pm On Jan 10, 2015
sedulus:
The five hectre is located in okada,egbeta.. u enter egbeta from okada junction down to egbeta community primary school....and I dont have any other land in benin again exept.....here in ibadan.....and is not for lease but only for sale.......thanks...clifford
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Can you please state cost of lease per year and other terms and conditions here succinctly, for the 5 hectares at Egbeta.

Would thee owners to willing to sell the 5 hectares too n how much?
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 5:49pm On Jan 10, 2015
Thanks for the enqure.....the land is not own by individual......its own by d community........and they all agreed to lease it and not for sale.....the term and condition thier is that u cannot plant palm tree cos its already planted on the land....other things are acceotable but palm tree is not...the land is free but agreement fee us just N80,000.00 only know any hidding charges....attarched...thank you sir...
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by AreaFada2: 9:17pm On Jan 10, 2015
sedulus:
Thanks for the enqure.....the land is not own by individual......its own by d community........and they all agreed to lease it and not for sale.....the term and condition thier is that u cannot plant palm tree cos its already planted on the land....other things are acceotable but palm tree is not...the land is free but agreement fee us just N80,000.00 only know any hidding charges....attarched...thank you sir...

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Thanks sir,

but this agreement fee has jumped from 40k to 80k within a few months? shocked

I mean going by your other thread.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 6:33am On Jan 11, 2015
Yes.....the 40k has hidding charges ....of another 40k all is 80k without no any hidding charges again.......
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 6:35am On Jan 13, 2015
Treated hybrid plantain suckers still available......for sale...never wait till rushing......hours......We can supply to anywhere in Nigeria.......and outside countries at demand and base on agreement.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 8:35am On Jan 17, 2015
What is take to setup a plantain farm find out in Facebook.com/sedulusplantainfarming
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 7:46am On Jan 25, 2015
A REVIEW OF PLANTAIN PRODUCTION, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS The soils in Nigeria fall into four zones: (a) the northern zone of sandy soils; (b) the interior zone of laterite soils; (c) the southern belt of forest soils; and (d) the zone of alluvial soils. Forest soils in the southern belt are naturally fertile as a result of dense vegetation cover. This zone also contains laterite soils. Forest soils are good for cocoa, palm and rubber production and are also the main soil types in the plantain and banana producing regions of Nigeria. Plantain production is mainly in the Southern states of Nigeria, which include Akwa-Ibom, Cross River, Akwa-Ibom, Imo, Enugu, Rivers, Edo, Delta, Lagos, Ogun, Osun and Oyo states . Annual rainfall in these areas is usually above 1000 mm year-1, spread over 7 to 9 months. Plantain is transported to other parts of the country from these states.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 7:46am On Mar 11, 2015
A REVIEW OF PLANTAIN PRODUCTION, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS The soils in Nigeria fall into four zones: (a) the northern zone of sandy soils; (b) the interior zone of laterite soils; (c) the southern belt of forest soils; and (d) the zone of alluvial soils. Forest soils in the southern belt are naturally fertile as a result of dense vegetation cover. This zone also contains laterite soils. Forest soils are good for cocoa, palm and rubber production and are also the main soil types in the plantain and banana producing regions of Nigeria. Plantain production is mainly in the Southern states of Nigeria, which include Akwa-Ibom, Cross River, Akwa-Ibom, Imo, Enugu, Rivers, Edo, Delta, Lagos, Ogun, Osun and Oyo states. Annual rainfall in these areas is usually above 1000 mm year-1, spread over 7 to 9 months. Plantain is transported to other parts of the country from these states.
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 8:55am On Mar 16, 2015
farmland for lease still available for lease...is free terms and conditions apply...
Re: 5Hectres of Farmland For Lease In Benin....for Good Four Years read more by sedulus(m): 6:45pm On Mar 18, 2015
Musa parasidiasca belongs to the natural order, plantaginaceae which contains more than 200 species, twenty-five or thirty of which have been reported. The common plantain (Plantango major) has broad, irregular oval leaves, abruptly contracted at the base into a long broad, channelled footstalk. The fully grown blade is 1.3–2.4 meters long and about two- third as broad, usually smooth, with several parallel veins. Plantain grows more than any other plant in compacted soils, is abundant beside paths, roadside and other areas with frequent soil compaction. It is also common in grassland and as a weed among crops. It is wind pollinated and propagates primarily by seeds which are held on the long narrow spikes which rise well above the foliage. The large diversity that occurred in plantain has resulted in a variety of cultivars.

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