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planting cacao in the forest (rainforest of S. Belize) ( 640 acre farm for sale there)

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I have a 640-acre farm for sale in southern Belize that is in the heart of cacao country. It is near Punta Gorda. I was told by the owner of Maya Mountain Cacao country that it would be ideal for cacao cultivation. The nice thing about cacao is that it can be grown among the forest canopy. And this farm is 1/3 rainforest with the ideal canopy for cacao. Due to health and other reasons I need to sell my farm. Please check out my website for info on it: 640acrefarmforsaleinsouthernbelize.com. Other things that can be grown there: coconuts, cashews, soursop, carambola, pineapples, mangos, bananas, papayas, bamboo, oranges, grapefruit and the list goes on and on. The farm is very pristine, has electricity, house, 2 tractors and the most incredible artesian spring which forms a tributary to the Moho River.
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