Wednesday, July 30, 2014

PLANTAIN FARMING IN NIGERIA: THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU SET UP YOUR FARM

Welcome to www.plantainrichesnigeria.blogspot.com

This blog educates you about the money spinning potentialities in plantain farming business in Nigeria, for Nigerians.

There are 14 posts on this blog that present virtually all that a starter should know to do the business successfully without stress.

You will learn the following:
How to obtain cheap loans for set up
How to get cheap lands for farming without any stress
The right type of suckers to plant
How to get the best quality suckers for planting
The day to day operational analysis from planting to harvest
The financial analysis (income and profitability analysis)
The challenges in the business and the remedies
The marketing dynamics in the business

For starters and novices, there is a valuable plantain farming business information report on this blog that contains all the details above. Meanwhile,go ahead and read all the 14 posts on this highly acclaimed plantain farming blog for Nigerians. 

We have suckers for sale, can transport them to your farm and do the planting for you if you wish. But your lands must be ready and cleared before we come there for site inspection.

For the benefit of starters and novices,we are planning a fully practical plantain farming workshop on one of our plantations in Ogun state. At the workshop,we will teach you what you should know to prepare you for the next planting season.

The scheduled month is October and will be on a Saturday. This is not a classroom training.If U are interested, send your first name,email and phone number to 07081906227 on or before September 30,2014.The maximum we can host in October is 15 persons. Another batch will be trained in November 2014.

One of the starters who used this blog resources to set up his plantain plantation sent the following mails at different times:



1) Dear Mr Ayodele,

Many thanks for your 'How to Start Plantain Farming in Nigeria' report and the lead to get the plantain suckers. I've now got the bull by the horn and started. Please see couple of my farm's pictures attached.
Best Wishes,
jadenuga@yahoo.com

2) ''Good day to you sir, The Plantain Farming report contents was very helpful and the cash-flow forecast was very good too.''
Email: jadenuga@yahoo.com

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