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My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 8:08am On Apr 14, 2019
Hello friends, how many of you remembered when we did a post about strawberry business in Nigeria?

Okay so me and my team have been secretly farming it in Plateau together with coffee and kela plant. So how to farm strawberry in Nigeria.

It takes four months to start harvesting and we have another farm in Lagos ( more of a partner) in flower verses, Asaba and Enugu there are all doing fine.

We also did a documentary on the farming so stick to the trend for update!

We have bfocolli, Raddish beetroot in fact all the foreign fruits and vegetables we farm them

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Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Niyeal(m): 8:16am On Apr 14, 2019
What is strawberry
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 8:25am On Apr 14, 2019
Niyeal:
What is strawberry

Its a fruit ma like raspberry and blue berry
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by davenaija: 8:40am On Apr 14, 2019
Cool
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 8:43am On Apr 14, 2019
davenaija:
Cool
Thanks
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by thatareaguy: 11:20am On Apr 14, 2019
A couple of questions. Asking out of curiosity.
1. Is there a market for brocolli or raddish in Nigeria?
2. I've heard that Jos has the best climate for growing such crops. How accurate is that?
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Emmzy201(m): 12:12pm On Apr 14, 2019
I thought strawberries don't grow in naija
please I want to know everything about the beginning stages of planting and the final harvesting stages
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:36pm On Apr 14, 2019
thatareaguy:
A couple of questions. Asking out of curiosity.
1. Is there a market for brocolli or raddish in Nigeria?
2. I've heard that Jos has the best climate for growing such crops. How accurate is that?
1. There is a ready market for this crops. In fact is not enough hence importation.
2. Yes. Not only Jo's. Obudu anywhere with cool and hills

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Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:37pm On Apr 14, 2019
Emmzy201:
I thought strawberries don't grow in naija
please I want to know everything about the beginning stages of planting and the final harvesting stages
You might want to follow on Facebook we have the documentary there ma
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Yampotatocarrot(m): 12:38pm On Apr 14, 2019
Onlinefarmstore:

1. There is a ready market for this crops. In fact is not enough hence importation.
2. Yes. Not only Jo's. Obudu anywhere with cool and hills


You said "secretly farming it". Just for asking sake, is there a reason for the secrecy?

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Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Yampotatocarrot(m): 12:39pm On Apr 14, 2019
[quote author=Onlinefarmstore post=77530870]
1. There is a ready market for this crops. In fact is not enough hence importation.
2. Yes. Not only Jo's. Obudu anywhere with cool and hills [/quote

A ready market for raddish n broccoli? Please, give general examples of such markets, minus few Hausa guys that carry it around
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:43pm On Apr 14, 2019
Yampotatocarrot:



You said "secretly farming it". Just for asking sake, is there a reason for the secrecy?
Nope. Nairaland guys where saying that we are scammers and poor persons because we where selling the eBook on strawberry business. So they said we are scammers hence the quiteness sir

Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:44pm On Apr 14, 2019
[quote author=Yampotatocarrot post=77530980][/quote]
Hitesls and supermarket but you must package it oooh
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Juliana7: 12:45pm On Apr 14, 2019
Onlinefarmstore:

You might want to follow on Facebook we have the documentary there ma
can we have ur facebook page
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:47pm On Apr 14, 2019
Juliana7:
can we have ur facebook page
Its cheapmarketdeal on fb and ig
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Nobody: 3:50pm On Apr 14, 2019
Hi. How do I contact you cos I need to get some of your produce i commercial quantity. Here is my email jabling5k5@yahoo.com
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by thatareaguy: 9:54pm On Apr 14, 2019
Onlinefarmstore:
Hitesls and supermarket but you must package it oooh
Hi, thanks your response to my previous post.

I'm interested in getting into this business. How are you dealing with the issue of storage?
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 7:38pm On Apr 15, 2019
thatareaguy:
Hi, thanks your response to my previous post.

I'm interested in getting into this business. How are you dealing with the issue of storage?
Strawberry can last three day without spoiling. Then two you can frezze
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 7:47pm On Apr 15, 2019
chiaeby:
Hi. How do I contact you cos I need to get some of your produce i commercial quantity. Here is my email jabling5k5@yahoo.com

Sent a mail since yesterday you are yet to reply
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:01pm On Apr 16, 2019
Hello house good morning, okay still on the strawberry research for places it can grow we will be in Osun state to inspect the place and possibly establish a farm there!
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by cantiride2: 9:23pm On Apr 16, 2019
Looking to purchase cauliflower and broccoli contact me on 09052441267
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 10:20pm On Apr 16, 2019
cantiride2:
Looking to purchase cauliflower and broccoli contact me on 09052441267
Your location?
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 4:42pm On Apr 24, 2019
Osun state project done and dusted! Don't believe our research show it can grow anywhere
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Akposy(m): 10:19am On Apr 25, 2019
Drip Kits:
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Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Adschobiz(f): 11:08am On May 25, 2019
You mean to say that because it grows in Osun State it can grow everywhere?
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 12:15pm On May 25, 2019
Adschobiz:
You mean to say that because it grows in Osun State it can grow everywhere?


Yes
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Adschobiz(f): 2:05pm On May 26, 2019
Onlinefarmstore:


Yes

How much are you selling it,and means of getting it in Imo State.
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 2:09pm On May 26, 2019
Adschobiz:


How much are you selling it,and means of getting it in Imo State.
its nine hundred naira per seedling including cost of transportation, and we will do a free farm set up for you. Contact us on zero eight one three four seven zero zero seven zero five

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Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 5:29pm On Jul 06, 2019
Adschobiz:


How much are you selling it,and means of getting it in Imo State.
Where in IMO? Owerri? We can waybill to you Sir
Re: My Strawberry Farm Project! by Onlinefarmstore: 6:15am On Dec 28, 2019
How to Grow Strawberries on a Balcony

Strawberries in containers are well suited to balcony gardens.
Even if you live in an apartment you can grow your own strawberries as long as you have a sunny balcony. If you can create the proper growing conditions, strawberries will grow in practically any container, such as a strawberry pot, hanging flowerpot, window box, cheap plastic basket or by making containers out of plastic bottles and cans.

You can use the same method to grow strawberries in containers on a porch or patio as well.

Why Should You Consider Growing Strawberries?

Strawberries are the most popular small fruit grown in home gardens for good reason. Few things bring back good memories like sinking teeth into a fresh and juicy strawberry. Why not have these sweet berries growing in your own garden? They are able to be grown in most regions of the world!


Strawberries are relatively easy to grow, and they can fit within small space constraints or fill huge garden plots. Growing strawberries doesn’t require any specialized equipment. And, they can even be grown in a container or pot on a deck, porch, patio, or balcony.

One of the biggest benefits of growing strawberries is their perennial nature. You can reap the rewards of your labor for several years after initially planting strawberries with minimal effort after the initial planting year. With proper care, it is not uncommon for each strawberry plant to produce a full quart of strawberries. Approximately twenty-five strawberry plants should adequately supply a normal family with delicious strawberries.

You can get your strawberry seedlings from us at a discounted rate of one thousand naira per seedlings(minimum order of ten- delivery inclusive). We will be delivering to Lagos on second to sixth January next year
Order window closes last day of Dec. by ten am

Call zero eight one three four seven zero zero seven zero five (WhatsApp enabled)

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