Nigerian Man Plants 4000 Yam Seedlings in Sack Bags, Shows off his Progress in New Video, Surprises People

Nigerian Man Plants 4000 Yam Seedlings in Sack Bags, Shows off his Progress in New Video, Surprises People

  • A Nigerian man has showcased how he grows his crops by planting them in sack bags instead of the ground
  • In an emerging video, the man shared the progress he has recorded after planting 4000 yam seedlings on a plot of land
  • The farmer encouraged his viewers to give the style of farming a try as the method can grow yams twice a year

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A Nigerian man has ventured into farming in an unpopular style.

The unidentified man, in a video shared on Facebook by Ayo Ojeniyi, showed off how he planted 4000 yam seedlings on a plot of land in Anambra.

Nigerian man shares what he got after planting 4000 yam seedlings in sack bags
Man plants 400 yam seedlings in sack bags on a plot of land Photo Credit: Screengrabs from video shared by Ayo Ojeniyi
Source: Facebook

In the video, the farmer encouraged people to try it out. He went on to reveal that one can grow yams twice a year with this farming technique and doesn't require a large expanse of land.

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The video also shows that the yam seedlings were already sprouting stems.

Social media reacts to his farming style

Emeka Ugwuowo said:

"With smart system and processes we can defeat hunger through farming which will guarantee abundance of cheap quality foods.
"If foods are affordable and there are cheap good affordable accommodations crimes and criminality will go down by 50% in a short time."

Ayoola Akinkunmi Olamide wrote:

"I am experimenting this in my house presently. I planted few on a plot of land and others in sacks."

Hayourdaejee Kunle Suraji remarked:

''I would like to see to the end of this innovative process of planting yam."

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Nigerian man experiments growing crops above ground

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man who grew his crops above ground had showcased his produce excitedly.

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The well-read scholar identified as Larrison Kevin Agbo, in a LinkedIn post, said that he had experimented on growing crops above ground.

While also maintaining that farming can be done throughout the year using the method, Larrison encouraged LinkedIn users to be innovative.

From the images shared by the IT consultant, the sack bag farming had already brought forth fence-high produce.

Source: Legit.ng

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