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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by okoroemeka(m): 2:07pm On Apr 07
OluchiDelly:


thank u bro for d eye opening packaging stuff. currently i hv issue with how to go about mine ,my nursery is due for transplanting, the nursery site(my home) to my farm is about 3 hours drive. i first did nursery in the farm to avoid stressing them during transit but it was set ablaze by unknown being, that is why i did another at home to secure it. i wl attached d pix of d burnt nursery n d new nursery later.

pls educate me more about d processes involved as to reduce over stressing d plants during transit.
secondly, permit me to ask d following question:
>with ur packaging, how many hours/days can d seedlings spend b4 planting?
>since u are transporting to PHC, which state/town is ur nursery located?
>is it advisable to uproot them by evening, say 6pm, package them and move them to farm d following morning?this is to to enable us start planting early b4 sun shines,cos we are planting close to 2 acres. it is more of tomato,pepper should be around 1,000.
don't transplant anything in the morning,or less you are very sure that day sun will not come out, transplant is best in the evening,get a strong team that will complete the job from 4-7 pm,if it remain next evening they continue,

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by olugbengaomotay: 2:59pm On Apr 07
This is cool Please what spacing did you use within rows and between rows and how many seeds did you plant per hole thanks

ogbongenet:
Farming is sweet when it comes to harvesting. I harvested 48bags today from my 2plots of cucumber..
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by OluchiDelly: 3:42pm On Apr 07
okoroemeka:
don't transplant anything in the morning,or less you are very sure that day sun will not come out, transplant is best in the evening,get a strong team that will complete the job from 4-7 pm,if it remain next evening they continue,
noted sire
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 6:21pm On Apr 07
OluchiDelly:


thank u bro for d eye opening packaging stuff. currently i hv issue with how to go about mine ,my nursery is due for transplanting, the nursery site(my home) to my farm is about 3 hours drive. i first did nursery in the farm to avoid stressing them during transit but it was set ablaze by unknown being, that is why i did another at home to secure it. i wl attached d pix of d burnt nursery n d new nursery later.

pls educate me more about d processes involved as to reduce over stressing d plants during transit.
secondly, permit me to ask d following question:
>with ur packaging, how many hours/days can d seedlings spend b4 planting?
>since u are transporting to PHC, which state/town is ur nursery located?
>is it advisable to uproot them by evening, say 6pm, package them and move them to farm d following morning?this is to to enable us start planting early b4 sun shines,cos we are planting close to 2 acres. it is more of tomato,pepper should be around 1,000.
The seedlings can last at least 24hours
I'm transporting the seedlings from Ibadan to PH
What I did is that I wet the seedlings bed very well at night,by day break it was very easy to remove the seedlings with soil without stress.if the seedlings was removed with wet soil and put in bag that will allow the soil remain moist,the seedlings can last like 24hours.
.

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by dollyj1996(m): 8:18am On Apr 08
OluchiDelly:


thank u bro for d eye opening packaging stuff. currently i hv issue with how to go about mine ,my nursery is due for transplanting, the nursery site(my home) to my farm is about 3 hours drive. i first did nursery in the farm to avoid stressing them during transit but it was set ablaze by unknown being, that is why i did another at home to secure it. i wl attached d pix of d burnt nursery n d new nursery later.

pls educate me more about d processes involved as to reduce over stressing d plants during transit.
secondly, permit me to ask d following question:
>with ur packaging, how many hours/days can d seedlings spend b4 planting?
>since u are transporting to PHC, which state/town is ur nursery located?
>is it advisable to uproot them by evening, say 6pm, package them and move them to farm d following morning?this is to to enable us start planting early b4 sun shines,cos we are planting close to 2 acres. it is more of tomato,pepper should be around 1,000.
sorry for the loss

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by lahify(m): 6:31pm On Apr 08
how many seedlings would a plot of land take sir?

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by OluchiDelly: 7:13pm On Apr 08
ogbongenet:

The seedlings can last at least 24hours
I'm transporting the seedlings from Ibadan to PH
What I did is that I wet the seedlings bed very well at night,by day break it was very easy to remove the seedlings with soil without stress.if the seedlings was removed with wet soil and put in bag that will allow the soil remain moist,the seedlings can last like 24hours.
.
Thanks
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by OluchiDelly: 7:22pm On Apr 08
dollyj1996:
sorry for the loss
Thanks sire. d tin weak me no b small, some pple said they were herdsmen and that's their practice- they burn old dry grasses to give room for fresh ones to spring up.

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Jove2012: 7:25pm On Apr 09
HELP O !!!

I transplanted few of my pepper yesterday evening around 6pm, but to my suprise all dir leaves are lying on the floor (and gradualy geting dry).
Although the transplanting was not done in the rain, dir was heavy down pour on sunday which made the ground still kinda soacked with water. Also the intensity of sun today was mild.

Please how do I save my pepper from dying and also prevent such occurence in the future.

thanks

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 8:19pm On Apr 09
Jove2012:
HELP O !!!

I transplanted few of my pepper yesterday evening around 6pm, but to my suprise all dir leaves are lying on the floor (and gradualy geting dry).
Although the transplanting was not done in the rain, dir was heavy down pour on sunday which made the ground still kinda soacked with water. Also the intensity of sun today was mild.

Please how do I save my pepper from dying and also prevent such occurence in the future.

thanks
After transplanting its advisable you wet the plant and if there's no rain the following day wet by evening again.

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Jove2012: 9:42pm On Apr 09
THANKS SIR, BUT FOR CLEARITY SAKE CAN I ALSO WATER THEM IN THE MORNING, SAY BETWEEN 7 & 8 AM?

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 10:31pm On Apr 09
Jove2012:
THANKS SIR, BUT FOR CLEARITY SAKE CAN I ALSO WATER THEM IN THE MORNING, SAY BETWEEN 7 & 8 AM?
The best time is evening
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Idemujoseph: 11:32pm On Apr 09
ogbongenet:
Farming is sweet when it comes to harvesting. I harvested 48bags today from my 2plots of cucumber..
Sir his many seeds did you plant and what is your spacing?
How many days did it take from planting to harvest?
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 7:30am On Apr 10
Idemujoseph:
Sir his many seeds did you plant and what is your spacing?
How many days did it take from planting to harvest?
I'm sorry I may not be able to answer your question because this trend is meant for pepper farming. There's another beta trend on cucumber farming by okoroemeka

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Babadapsy: 9:03am On Apr 10
Jove2012:
HELP O !!!

I transplanted few of my pepper yesterday evening around 6pm, but to my suprise all dir leaves are lying on the floor (and gradualy geting dry).
Although the transplanting was not done in the rain, dir was heavy down pour on sunday which made the ground still kinda soacked with water. Also the intensity of sun today was mild.

Please how do I save my pepper from dying and also prevent such occurence in the future.

thanks

Please, water them with compost tea but make sure you don’t allow it to touch the leaves of your pepper.

Compost tea is just water derived from soaking compost in water or chicken or pig manure in water.

What they suffered is called Transplanting shocks

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Jove2012: 9:48am On Apr 10
GOOD MORNING HOUSE. thanks for giving answers to my questions.

have another question I need clearity on. Will using nursery bags 4 pepper reduce/ eleminate transplant shock?
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Babadapsy: 1:16pm On Apr 10
Jove2012:
GOOD MORNING HOUSE. thanks for giving answers to my questions.

have another question I need clearity on. Will using nursery bags 4 pepper reduce/ eleminate transplant shock?

No not necessarily. You can avoid transplanting shocks by making sure that 5-7 days before transplanting, you allow the sprouts to harden by exposing them to sunlight and water them as needed then transplanting them in the evening whilst making sure that air doesn’t gain access to the roots after transplanting then using compost tea to further drench the soil near the roots

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Cocoboms(m): 7:20pm On Apr 10
ogbongenet:
Green go and Nagano

Hi op, please does Nagano f1 produce lots of male flowers?
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by jidestroud(m): 7:19pm On Apr 12
Cocoboms:


Hi op, please does Nagano f1 produce lots of male flowers?
I am guessing your question is born out of what you are presently experiencing. Yes it does. And another thing I also found out with the variety is it isn't a good climber, has little tendrils for climbing so you have to train it well using trellis
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Pes13: 8:21pm On Apr 12
johnnyblaze424:


that greengo is a beast when it comes to disease resistance and fruit production!!!

I just planted the greengo cucumber. I was adviced to plant it due to ready marketability in ibadan.

Please, based on your experience on greengo, how many cukes does it produce per plant before it dies.

Cc ogbongenet
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Cocoboms(m): 8:47pm On Apr 12
jidestroud:

I am guessing your question is born out of what you are presently experiencing. Yes it does. And another thing I also found out with the variety is it isn't a good climber, has little tendrils for climbing so you have to train it well using trellis

Thanks for your response to my question sir. I appreciate.
I'm not experiencing that though. I don't have pollination issues with my cukes. I haven't grown nagano f1 before, so I'm just looking for suitable early hybrid (in case of my next production) to replace the Marketer cucumber I'm currently use cos it produces d male flowers for my other varieties. I'm growing Murano 2 f1, Kenzo 2 f1 and Darina f1. I put marketer for better pollination for more production.
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Cocoboms(m): 8:49pm On Apr 12
jidestroud:

I am guessing your question is born out of what you are presently experiencing. Yes it does. And another thing I also found out with the variety is it isn't a good climber, has little tendrils for climbing so you have to train it well using trellis

Thanks for the tip about the poor climbing skills of nagano f1, I guess I'll have to use Cu999 since it's a monoecious hybrid and it's early (flowering same time as other hybrids).
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Adeboye234: 11:24pm On Apr 12
okoroemeka:
I don't agree with this goggle farmers how can they plant 2.500 pepper on one plot,12.000 stands on 1 acre(6 plots),it will be a struggle to fit 2500 stands in 4 plots,and the 60-45 cm spacing just made me laugh,the recommended spacing for hot pepper on FAO site is 5feet×4feet,we did 4×4 feet square but before we start harvesting the whole place was covered,if land is small the closest spacing is one elephant shovel length from one plant to another square,60cm/50cm is for cucumbers, pepper/garden eggs are measured in feets.
j please send me urnumber
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by Adeboye234: 11:24pm On Apr 12
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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by okoroemeka(m): 7:53am On Apr 13
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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by tpben: 9:19am On Apr 17
I hope the thread was not opened to sell seedlings only.
Op no more updates?

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 12:19am On Apr 21
tpben:
I hope the thread was not opened to sell seedlings only.

Op no more updates?
Even if it's so,do I owe you ?

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by ogbongenet: 12:42am On Apr 21
Good evening my good people, Greetings to all Christians all over the world. I WISH YOU HAPPY EASTER AND I PRAY THAT THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS WILL NOT BE IN VAIN OVER OUR LIFE.
I have been so busy nowadays, the cucumber project really took much of our time that we nearly forget we still have some other project neglected, in short this cucumber of a plant require too much time and care. For the past two weeks we are so busy staking our yam (just 6plots).
And mind you we still have the seed yam project,pepper and Golden Mellon. The major problem is that we don't have enough hands,to get farm worker this days is not easy,most of our youth are not ready to get their hands dirty but dey won ride vensa. By God grace later today or tomorrow I will create another trend for seed yam production (stay tune).
I GREET THOSE THAT KEEP CALLING AND SENDING SMS..MISS YOU ALL.

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Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by tpben: 6:54am On Apr 21
ogbongenet:
Good evening my good people, Greetings to all Christians all over the world. I WISH YOU HAPPY EASTER AND I PRAY THAT THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS WILL NOT BE IN VAIN OVER OUR LIFE.
I have been so busy nowadays, the cucumber project really took much of our time that we nearly forget we still have some other project neglected, in short this cucumber of a plant require too much time and care. For the past two weeks we are so busy staking our yam (just 6plots).
And mind you we still have the seed yam project,pepper and Golden Mellon. The major problem is that we don't have enough hands,to get farm worker this days is not easy,most of our youth are not ready to get their hands dirty but dey won ride vensa. By God grace later today or tomorrow I will create another trend for seed yam production (stay tune).
I GREET THOSE THAT KEEP CALLING AND SENDING SMS..MISS YOU ALL.


Thanks man. Meant no harm. One love
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by dollyj1996(m): 2:47pm On Apr 22
ogbongenet:
Good evening my good people, Greetings to all Christians all over the world. I WISH YOU HAPPY EASTER AND I PRAY THAT THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS WILL NOT BE IN VAIN OVER OUR LIFE.
I have been so busy nowadays, the cucumber project really took much of our time that we nearly forget we still have some other project neglected, in short this cucumber of a plant require too much time and care. For the past two weeks we are so busy staking our yam (just 6plots).
And mind you we still have the seed yam project,pepper and Golden Mellon. The major problem is that we don't have enough hands,to get farm worker this days is not easy,most of our youth are not ready to get their hands dirty but dey won ride vensa. By God grace later today or tomorrow I will create another trend for seed yam production (stay tune).
I GREET THOSE THAT KEEP CALLING AND SENDING SMS..MISS YOU ALL.
will love to learn
Re: 30k Twice A Week From My Pepper Farm by olakunleben16: 5:47pm On Apr 24
ogbongenet:
Good evening my good people, Greetings to all Christians all over the world. I WISH YOU HAPPY EASTER AND I PRAY THAT THE RESURRECTION OF JESUS WILL NOT BE IN VAIN OVER OUR LIFE.
I have been so busy nowadays, the cucumber project really took much of our time that we nearly forget we still have some other project neglected, in short this cucumber of a plant require too much time and care. For the past two weeks we are so busy staking our yam (just 6plots).
And mind you we still have the seed yam project,pepper and Golden Mellon. The major problem is that we don't have enough hands,to get farm worker this days is not easy,most of our youth are not ready to get their hands dirty but dey won ride vensa. By God grace later today or tomorrow I will create another trend for seed yam production (stay tune).
I GREET THOSE THAT KEEP CALLING AND SENDING SMS..MISS YOU ALL.
Pls can I have your Whatapp contact?

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