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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Redomi(m): 10:29pm On Mar 01
I have done nursery last week, I just finished clearing the bush meant for my pepper. My target is 5k stand of local pepper, but if I couldn't get 5k stand, whatever I'm able to get will be enough

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by PaulH07: 2:39am On Mar 23
Xwizard:
Pictures taken this morning

Where una dey even get land for all this farming tin sef?

Na Lagos for Yaba I dey. Abeg make una give me updates...
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Xwizard: 4:34am On Apr 08
Brief update

Pepper still growing on fine

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Cantonese: 11:45am On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Imagine you have access to 100, 000 Congo of garri now.
Do the math

100,000 X 1k
100milion sharp

One plot of land should give you at least 1000 Congo of garri
Then you need just 100 plots of land to chalice that. That’s just about just 2-3hectres of land, which you can lease for just 1m or lesser self.



Ummmmm.
Mathematician.

Pinky and the brain brain brain brain.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CCIA: 11:46am On Apr 09
One girl urinated at the back of my house, one week later, I notice pepper started growing.

If I say her tribe now, they will say I am dissing Yoruba. 🤔

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Bishopadaidu(m): 11:47am On Apr 09
Kemi and kunle right now

Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Chikel20000(m): 11:50am On Apr 09
AmbFmk:
I have two plots of land wasting away, is it not too late to start planting?

And how do i get to start, like getting the seed, the fertilizer etc. I don't know much about farming, but I do have interest in this pepper planting of a thing.

Can someone put me through. Plz
just pray ur farm is a closed one....otherwise Fulani guys will teach u a bitter leason

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CCIA: 11:51am On Apr 09
AmbFmk:
I have two plots of land wasting away, is it not too late to start planting?

And how do i get to start, like getting the seed, the fertilizer etc. I don't know much about farming, but I do have interest in this pepper planting of a thing.

Can someone put me through. Plz
it depends on what you are planting
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Pupanchy(m): 11:56am On Apr 09
I did wish to do this but what sand r you using and did you add anything like fertilizer to it ?
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CCIA: 12:00pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Imagine you have access to 100, 000 Congo of garri now.
Do the math

100,000 X 1k
100milion sharp

One plot of land should give you at least 1000 Congo of garri
Then you need just 100 plots of land to chalice that. That’s just about just 2-3hectres of land, which you can lease for just 1m or lesser self.

with that quantity of garri, you will be selling in bags as wholesale and not congo as you call it.

you will end up with 40 to 50 million at most.

you can’t retail that at 1k per congo all by yourself.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CaptainGo: 12:03pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Good morning nairalnders, let’s do a challenge, plant pepper seed in sacks for your backyard and update us here with the growth for encouragement, I promise to start encouraging anyone that plants daily in my
Own way.

If 2m nairalnders and 5m Nigerian youth can do this challenge for just a week, in 3months we would be having abundance of pepper to eat and consume.

Stop complaining, do something, just plant in 50-100 to hundreds sacks at your backyard, wet every morning and move on with your normal daily life. Is that too much to hel ourselves?

Or to crown it all, hit the jackpot, which is cassava, just get one plot of land and plant casssva, that one is on 6month, piaaaaaam you fry am sharp, garri is 1100.

Am already working on 5plot of one wasted land for cassava like this. You know what? It will only cost me just 350k to finish the project till o harvest. No risk, no Tax, no looking for buyer. Just sell or fry am to garri.

Below is my one month planting progress for the pepper.

This only means I will have more than enough pepper and garri and kudi……ego!! En!!! to use this year.

Interesting. I like this challenge
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CaptainGo: 12:06pm On Apr 09
somtovictor111:


This is a good encouragement but I won't advise anybody who wishes to venture into pepper farming to plant in sack. I am a pepper farmer and I have tried planting pepper in sack, the germination and growth was good but the problem started when the pepper started fruiting. I noticed the root of the plant have started perforating the sack, pepper is a perennial crops that takes atlest 3 - 4months before you start harvesting and extra 6-8 months before the plant gets weak of production, during that period of time the sack won't be enough to accommodate the whole root resulting to poor fruiting , the flowers will be falling off, the leaves will be shrinking some time the plant dies off

Noted
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by stevups(m): 12:06pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
The cassava one in progress

God bless you my own brother
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by ItisWell22(f): 12:07pm On Apr 09
CCIA:


One girl urinated at the back of my house, on week later I notice pepper started growing.

If say her tribe now they will say I am dissing Yoruba. 🤔

Are you really serious? 😫😂🤣
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by CaptainGo: 12:08pm On Apr 09
okoroemeka:
planting hot pepper in sacks does not work,we tried it with 500 sacks last year and discovered that,it will grow well initially but the moment it grow to big and you harvest like 4-5 times it will stop growing and stop production because the roots do not have anywhere to go again,but you can successful grow cucumbers,melon,okra or sweet pepper in sacks,the root system of hot pepper is too massive for the sack

Noted
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by stevups(m): 12:08pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Good morning nairalnders, let’s do a challenge, plant pepper seed in sacks for your backyard and update us here with the growth for encouragement, I promise to start encouraging anyone that plants daily in my
Own way.

If 2m nairalnders and 5m Nigerian youth can do this challenge for just a week, in 3months we would be having abundance of pepper to eat and consume.

Stop complaining, do something, just plant in 50-100 to hundreds sacks at your backyard, wet every morning and move on with your normal daily life. Is that too much to hel ourselves?

Or to crown it all, hit the jackpot, which is cassava, just get one plot of land and plant casssva, that one is on 6month, piaaaaaam you fry am sharp, garri is 1100.

Am already working on 5plot of one wasted land for cassava like this. You know what? It will only cost me just 350k to finish the project till o harvest. No risk, no Tax, no looking for buyer. Just sell or fry am to garri.

Below is my one month planting progress for the pepper.

This only means I will have more than enough pepper and garri and kudi……ego!! En!!! to use this year.

I will join you with this challenge. God bless you my own brother
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Mom007(f): 12:09pm On Apr 09
I see people are waking up! tongue

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by lanre316: 12:09pm On Apr 09
Cantonese:



Ummmmm.
Mathematician.

Pinky and the brain brain brain brain.

My childhood cartoon be that o. Sweet memories

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Jewessgratitud3: 12:20pm On Apr 09
Omor na to use Rice Bag so that the roots will have enough space to expand and I'll harvest my pepper for long. Rodo now is gold.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by chigoziri2403(m): 12:25pm On Apr 09
somtovictor111:


This is a good encouragement but I won't advise anybody who wishes to venture into pepper farming to plant in sack. I am a pepper farmer and I have tried planting pepper in sack, the germination and growth was good but the problem started when the pepper started fruiting. I noticed the root of the plant have started perforating the sack, pepper is a perennial crops that takes atlest 3 - 4months before you start harvesting and extra 6-8 months before the plant gets weak of production, during that period of time the sack won't be enough to accommodate the whole root resulting to poor fruiting , the flowers will be falling off, the leaves will be shrinking some time the plant dies off
how do I get pepper seeds and tomatoes for planting.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Tonytonex(m): 12:30pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
The cassava one in progress
more power, strength and money to you and all the farmers. I love farmers.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by ahmedio2017(m): 12:47pm On Apr 09
Is local pepper seedling good and advice able for commercial purpose?
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by XOGBADO(m): 1:02pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Brief update

Pepper still growing on fine

Wow... This is really beautiful to behold. As someone who likes to watch things grow, I think I'll get started today.
I will prepare the nursery this evening. I don't have sacks tho. Hope a normal ridge bed will work?
Lastly, do I have to put manure before planting the pepper seeds?

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by XOGBADO(m): 1:04pm On Apr 09
Jewessgratitud3:
Omor na to use Rice Bag so that the roots will have enough space to expand and I'll harvest my pepper for long. Rodo now is gold.




Lol sis. Getting the rice bags shouldn't be a challenge but filling it with sand is where the challenge lies grin

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by fitinwell: 1:15pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Good morning nairalnders, let’s do a challenge, plant pepper seed in sacks for your backyard and update us here with the growth for encouragement, I promise to start encouraging anyone that plants daily in my
Own way.

If 2m nairalnders and 5m Nigerian youth can do this challenge for just a week, in 3months we would be having abundance of pepper to eat and consume.

Stop complaining, do something, just plant in 50-100 to hundreds sacks at your backyard, wet every morning and move on with your normal daily life. Is that too much to hel ourselves?

Or to crown it all, hit the jackpot, which is cassava, just get one plot of land and plant casssva, that one is on 6month, piaaaaaam you fry am sharp, garri is 1100.

Am already working on 5plot of one wasted land for cassava like this. You know what? It will only cost me just 350k to finish the project till o harvest. No risk, no Tax, no looking for buyer. Just sell or fry am to garri.

Below is my one month planting progress for the pepper.

This only means I will have more than enough pepper and garri and kudi……ego!! En!!! to use this year.

That cassava the only Tax coming to consume ur plant na farm goat ooo.. and ex-men
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Jewessgratitud3: 1:27pm On Apr 09
XOGBADO:


Lol sis. Getting the rice bags shouldn't be a challenge but filling it with sand is where the challenge lies grin

Is it not normal sand? I'll look for small boys to help get the job done and tip them small grin.

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by olarent: 1:42pm On Apr 09
Good one, this is an educative topic, I want to start now but I need advice sack on land, I have both both sack is cheaper due to monitoring why land is far from home.
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by GravityDefier: 1:44pm On Apr 09
I will join this challenge next month ending. Hope it won't be late. I'm tied right now
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by noble2faith(m): 1:59pm On Apr 09
CCIA:
One girl urinated at the back of my house, one week later, I notice pepper started growing.

If I say her tribe now, they will say I am dissing Yoruba. 🤔

Madman! grin
Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by Sabby1(m): 2:21pm On Apr 09
Xwizard:
Imagine you have access to 100, 000 Congo of garri now.
Do the math

100,000 X 1k
100milion sharp

One plot of land should give you at least 1000 Congo of garri
Then you need just 100 plots of land to chalice that. That’s just about just 2-3hectres of land, which you can lease for just 1m or lesser self.


You're over exaggerating. One plot of land can't give you 1000 congos of garri

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Re: My Pepper Planting Challenge by maasoap(m): 3:10pm On Apr 09
Sabby1:


You're over exaggerating. One plot of land can't give you 1000 congos of garri
And 100 plots of land is 5 hectares. Where person want get that? And it is not a joke of a project, it is a lots of work. We that were born into farming know better.
I will create a thread for my four plots of egusi farming tomorrow (plus about 100 seeds of watermelon that cost me N4500) when I take pictures to go along with it tomorrow morning before I leave home. Planted it about three weeks ago

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