Grafted Fruit Trees Shop to be unveiled in July 2020
In a bid to promote tackle hunger and promote food security, The Greens will in the month of July 2020 opening a Grafted Fruit Tree Shop at their office opposite Providence Clinic at Foncha Street in Nkwen, Bamenda - North West Region of Cameroon.
”We’re opening a fruit trees shop because none exist in Bamenda and because access to quality and grafted fruits is really difficult. Besides, people have lost their patience in waiting for over 7 - 10 years for their fruit trees to start fruiting. As such, we want to give them quality grafted plants 🌱 which will start fruiting in less than 3 years and can also be potted.” said @mr-greens
Some of the grafted fruit trees to be sold at the shop include;
- Bitter kola, etc
The grafted fruit trees will be nurses using our UPB Tree Nusery pots and grafted via partnership between The Greens and NDEF Foundation.
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