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Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by obodoG: 5:47pm On Jan 14, 2015
really following. do you know the cost of surveying about 10 acres of land in ogun state and also the cost of obtaining c of o. this is because am about to buy a parcel of land but i have to consider the cost of survey and c of o before taking final decision.

also i will like to know jow mu h it will cost to plant plantain on one hectacre of land in ogun state.

thank you.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 6:55pm On Jan 14, 2015
Immacula8:




Bros

I am still waiting for the details. Please can we include the followings

1. Official receipt stating the money collected so far
2. Receipts of land purchase. If its been acquired.

Apology for being pain in the $$$.. grin grin grin grin

Had it been that I'm resident in 9aija, I would have paid you a visit to see what's on the ground.

Keep up the good work!




grin grin grin
You are not a pain in the $$$..
all the necessary documents will be sent to.you.
I have been trying your line but have not being going through.
Kindly send to my mail.box a line that can easily connect us to discuss better.
Thanks.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:08pm On Jan 14, 2015
Immacula8:




Bros

I am still waiting for the details. Please can we include the followings

1. Official receipt stating the money collected so far
2. Receipts of land purchase. If its been acquired.

Apology for being pain in the $$$.. grin grin grin grin

Had it been that I'm resident in 9aija, I would have paid you a visit to see what's on the ground.

Keep up the good work!




Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by FarmTech(m): 7:59pm On Jan 14, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
If you are not using tissue cultured suckers, you may never make profit from your plantain farm.
..
Pls can u expantiate more on this?
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:09pm On Jan 14, 2015
obodoG:
really following. do you know the cost of surveying about 10 acres of land in ogun state and also the cost of obtaining c of o. this is because am about to buy a parcel of land but i have to consider the cost of survey and c of o before taking final decision.

also i will like to know jow mu h it will cost to plant plantain on one hectacre of land in ogun state.

thank you.
I cant give you an actual cost because its changes.
If you wouldnot mind,.I can give you a contact that will be able to give you more informed information on that.
Let me know where the land is located in ogun state to be able to give you an accurate cost.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Immacula8(m): 7:04am On Jan 15, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:

grin grin grin
You are not a pain in the $$$..
all the necessary documents will be sent to.you.
I have been trying your line but have not being going through.
Kindly send to my mail.box a line that can easily connect us to discuss better.
Thanks.

Trying to call me? angry angry angry

I have sent my number to your mailbox. In addition to the call; please endeavor to send me the receipts as well.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:28am On Jan 15, 2015
Immacula8:


Trying to call me? angry angry angry

I have sent my number to your mailbox. In addition to the call; please endeavor to send me the receipts as well.
Ok sir.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:38am On Jan 15, 2015
Good morning people.
I am here to help you solve any of your challenges you are facing,let me know on this thread and i will be willing to help you navigate through your challenges.

All questions relating to agricbusiness are also welcome.

Let the Father of agricbusiness on nairaland help you out...grin grin grin
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 10:20am On Jan 15, 2015
Do Agric...it pays
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 12:59pm On Jan 15, 2015
FarmTech:

..
Pls can u expantiate more on this?
The suckers are disease-free, have uniform growth thereby uniform fruiting and better bigger yield.
You will not want to take the risk of investing millions on your farm and after some months your plantain has been infected with pest and diseases.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 4:07pm On Jan 15, 2015
If you can not afford irrigation system on your plantain farm,make sure you have streams.very close to the farm.

Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:04pm On Jan 15, 2015
Lets help you get started your agribusiness empire.
I have successfully help a lot of farms and intending farmers to establish and manage well their farms.
I am available 24/7 to give you tips and strategies you will need to get started and give you updated information that will help you get started on a higher note.

Contact the Father of agricbusiness Now.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 9:49pm On Jan 15, 2015
Do agric....it pays
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Johnnyessence(m): 11:15pm On Jan 15, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
If you can not afford irrigation system on your plantain farm,make sure you have streams.very close to the farm.
Thks for d advice bro exactly bro.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 9:15am On Jan 16, 2015
Johnnyessence:
Thks for d advice bro exactly bro.
you are welcome.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 4:52pm On Jan 16, 2015
Keep wondering why most of the food southerns consumed comes from the north from as far as kano,sokoto despite the fact that the environment is not too favorable and with short term rainy season etc
..Still looking for answers
Who has answers for this?
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by nigerfine: 8:42pm On Jan 16, 2015
@ legsupnig. Tried to call you no not going through
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 9:42pm On Jan 16, 2015
nigerfine:
@ legsupnig. Tried to call you no not going through
probably network problem
you can try my other line 07092034147.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Johnnyessence(m): 9:53pm On Jan 16, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
Keep wondering why most of the food southerns consumed comes from the north from as far as kano,sokoto despite the fact that the environment is not too favorable and with short term rainy season etc
..Still looking for answers
Who has answers for this?
because of high mechanized farming method they are practicing in their state and d governors av one or more farm to another so they show love to their farmers.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 11:55pm On Jan 16, 2015
Johnnyessence:
because of high mechanized farming method they are practicing in their state and d governors av one or more farm to another so they show love to their farmers.
i think you are right.
Thank you for commenting.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Doskit(m): 1:31am On Jan 17, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
Lets help you get started your agribusiness empire.
I have successfully help a lot of farms and intending farmers to establish and manage well their farms.
I am available 24/7 to give you tips and strategies you will need to get started and give you updated information that will help you get started on a higher note.

Contact the Father of agricbusiness Now.
I guess you are very busy, I was chatting with you on Whatsapp but you were not replying me..... I was the guy who needs you to connect him to a rice farmer.....
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:35am On Jan 17, 2015
Doskit:
I guess you are very busy, I was chatting with you on Whatsapp but you were not replying me..... I was the guy who needs you to connect him to a rice farmer.....
Yes i have beem busy
I am sorry about that.
I will send the contact to you now.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 1:13pm On Jan 17, 2015
The season is almost set, Get ready to acquire your farmland now.

Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 4:44pm On Jan 17, 2015
Are you ready for the farming season.?
What are you doing now to show that you are
ready for the season.
Acquire your lands now and begin contact
tractor operators for land preparation then
you are ready for the season.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 7:11pm On Jan 17, 2015
This high yield hybrid banana plant is just 7 months old, i wonder how much fingers it will have by the 9th months.
You need to get this specie on your farm.
The advantages are numerous
Fast growth
High yield
Reduce cost of harvesting
Ease of harvesting as its fruits are within hand- reached.

Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Nobody: 9:08pm On Jan 17, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:

located in ogbomoso
where is your farm located?
The suckers get to you in 3 days after you book.
if you are cultivating plantain this season,this is the right time to book your tissue cultured suckers.

can you please send your farm address I will be coming to buy some suckers nextweek.
then try to put your farm pictures online like others I noticed you are the only consultant that is always online and we all love to read your post so try to add a face to the name for more authenticity.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Nobody: 9:10pm On Jan 17, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
This high yield hybrid banana plant is just 7 months old, i wonder how much fingers it will have by the 9th months.
You need to get this specie on your farm.
The advantages are numerous
Fast growth
High yield
Reduce cost of harvesting
Ease of harvesting as its fruits are within hand- reached.
why banana again? grin grin grin please don't fall our hands
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by farmerspolice: 10:30pm On Jan 17, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:
Good morning my people.
So let me start today by telling one of the successful stories of a friend who i help set-up a plantain farm some years ago and he is now making a lot of money from this business.

He approached me precisely February 2010 that he just acquired a 3 plots of land and he was thinking of starting a plantain farming.

I advise him on how we can source for labours,planting methods,best markets to supply and other operations needed to get started on a successful note.

After 1 week of given advise and strategising about how to go about it, i got to the field to start implementation of the plans.
God is Great, so you set up plantain farm for your friend in February without irrigation? Not possible.
#youareunderarrest
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by obodoG: 6:30am On Jan 18, 2015
Lesgupnigeria:

I cant give you an actual cost because its changes.
If you wouldnot mind,.I can give you a contact that will be able to give you more informed information on that.
Let me know where the land is located in ogun state to be able to give you an accurate cost.

The land is in Ewekoro local govt. Area. I will appreciate if you can give me the contact.

Also waiting for the costing.

Thank you.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:20pm On Jan 18, 2015
farmerspolice:

God is Great, so you set up plantain farm for your friend in February without irrigation? Not possible.
#youareunderarrest
Who.made you farmers police by the way.
Show nairalanders your farm pictures and farming experience before you can make yourself farmers police.
You have no farm,no experience,no knowledge about agricbusiness and you are arresting.
Get a good job and Get a life!
What agribusiness experience do you have, to castigate farmers in the agric section as i have seen some quote attacking other farmers on various threads.

This job given to you by your paymaster will.not pay you on the long run. Your best bet is to spend your precious time building your.mental capacity and engage in activity that will help your future.

I just checked your profile and i noticed you open the account yetrday....i wanted to by-pass your comment but i feel the need to leave some statements with you.
Tell your paymasters that they have failed
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:31pm On Jan 18, 2015


can you please send your farm address I will be coming to buy some suckers nextweek.
then try to put your farm pictures online like others I noticed you are the only consultant that is always online and we all love to read your post so try to add a face to the name for more authenticity.
Thanks for the advice.i will definitely add my face in due time.
My farm is located in ogbomoso.
Let me know which day you are coming down.
Re: How To Start A Profitable Plantain Farm In Nigeria (pics) by Lesgupnigeria(m): 8:38pm On Jan 18, 2015

why banana again? grin grin grin please don't fall our hands
Some farmers prefers banana to.plantain
although this is not for banana,hopefully some day,i.will.be discussing about banana.
I have not started banana sucker production for now.

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