- A young lady has caused an uproar on social media with the massive harvest she recorded on her farm
- The lady identified as Sandra showcased the shiny tomatoes her farm produced after 4 months of cultivating the fruits
- Many were impressed by her passion for farming, others sought her advice on how they could replicate her success on their farms
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A young lady has gained huge traction on social media with her farming success story.
The lady named Sandra took to Twitter to celebrate the huge tomatoes harvest she recorded on her farm.
An overjoyed Sandra struck poses with the big, round and shiny produce she said took her 4 months to achieve.
As to how she was able to achieve such remarkable produce within 4 months, she revealed that it took her timing the peak season and appreciated God for the jaw-dropping feat.
"Its been a long and tough journey (4months), we timed the peak season and here I am with results. God has never let me down, He's always faithful.
"Its time to enjoy my ka hard-earned money."
Social media users gushed over her tomatoes, many others said she is an inspiration and were full of praise for her.
"Very inspiring... Wanted to know more about how to make farm plan? What it takes? I plant bananas."
"Hahahaha Hahahaha..... We understand that joy when you make it in the peak season. Congrats."
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"Keep it up girl! You’re a great inspiration to the Young Generation..."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported the harvest a Nigerian woman recorded from her sack bag farming.
The woman who identified herself as Sikade Wemimo in videos shared on Twitter by @oba_jero said with this approach to farming, there really will be no need for huge farmlands to cultivate crops.
In the first video, Wemimo, a recipient of the Best Female Farmer award in Ondo state in 2004, said she planted yams in sack bags and planted vegetables above the yams to serve as mulching (a form of manure to the yams) during the dry season.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2