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Maureen Atsali wrote:
So here is what we grow:
Trees: eucalyptus, mango, avocado, loquat, jackfruit, guava
Bananas: sweet and starchy varieties
Rootcrops: sweet potato, taro root, cassava
Legumes: cowpea, pigeon pea, common beans, peanuts, bambura groundnut
Squash and pumpkins
Green leafies: black nightshade, sun hemp, amaranth, cowpea, Jews mallow, cleome, collards, pumpkins cilantro
Papaya, pineapples, passion fruit
Hot peppers, onions
Fodder crops: Napier grass, Mexican sunflower
Maureen Atsali wrote: I can't get my hands on much wood product suitable for mulching.
Maureen Atsali wrote:Tyler-
I don't want to sound like a negative Nelly here- but PRI Kenya is SO far out of reach for the average Kenyan.... They offer some great workshops in Nairobi, and last year they held a pdc at a fantastic eco resort on the coast. But the average farmer here makes less than USD 1.50 a day. Who can afford a $600 workshop plus all the related expenses of travel, accommodation, and food? Just saying...
Roses are red, violets are blue. Some poems rhyme and some don't. And some poems are a tiny ad.
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