Stages in Tomates cultivation in the prime land of bafanji

Piece of land cleared off and soil so tilted 6cm downward and you implant your Tomates After carrying young Tomates from nursing zone Tomate have made up to 3months and the soil is tilted and added under the tomate for it to have enough soft soil for root penetration Continue spraying of farm to avoidContinue reading “Stages in Tomates cultivation in the prime land of bafanji”

Corn Planting Time. Corn is a tender, warm-season annual that is best planted after the soil temperature reaches 60°F (16°C), usually 2 or 3 weeks after the last frost in spring. Corn requires 60 to 100 frost-free days to reach harvest depending upon variety and the amount of heat during the growing season. Corn grows best in air temperatures from 60° to 95°F ((16-35°C). Corn planted in cold, wet soil is unlikely to germinate. Corn seed germinates in 10 to 14 days at 75°F (24°C), but the rate of germination may reach only 75 percent. Start corn indoors 2 to 3 weeks before the last frost in spring for transplanting 2 to 3 weeks after the last frost. If your season is long enough, plant successive crops every two to three weeks.

Going to BAFANJI has been one of my greatest blessings. I have made new friends and have learned so much from my experiences. These women have spent the last few months preparing their fields for the upcoming season. The rains will begin now and continue through March. This back breaking work doesn’t seem to slow these beautiful ladies at all. I’ve never heard them complain or talk about life being unfair. In fact, they are always humble and express their gratitude continually. Every message I receive ends with “may God continue to bless you”. I am truly so grateful for both of these women and for what they continue to teach me. I have no words to adequately describe my gratitude for being able to know them, love them and learn from them. Praying for a bountiful harvest in a few months and continued success for these beautiful friends!

A winning strategy on the maize farm

Update on the farm The maize fields have been planted for a couple of months. The rain continues to fall. The stalks are growing to great heights. After the sale of their harvest, they set aside money for fertilizer for the next growing season. In challenging years they are often choosing between saving the moneyContinue reading “A winning strategy on the maize farm”

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