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Farming Costs Breakdown | Agribusiness In Dominican Republic

In this video I share with you cost of plantain farming we incurred on the first 31,400 square feet of land. The agriculture business in Dominican Republic can differ to other countries. We have a term called “Veda” and this is a planting schedule you are required to go by when planting certain crops. The reason is certain crop attract a certain type of insect that can destroy you entire production, so to safe guard this farmers are asked to abide by this schedule. If you don’t they can and will come to your land and burn you entire production.

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30 COMMENTS

  1. Nice!!!! This reminds me of North Florida. Lol. What I didn't realize are the rocks in the soil. I thought it would have been a little muddy. Can foreigners own agricultural land?

  2. As usual with your videos, this video is ultra-specific with details and the costs of each stage of a project. Your generous sharing of so much information will, I believe, help bring you success with your farming project. Thank you!

  3. Here in Canada, plantains are put on clearance when they get dark! Since they are imported, they cost a bit more… But the funny thing is that the grocery stores think the plantains are bad when they are dark. They are just ready to eat as a dessert! I really enjoyed this video. My beloved Dominican boyfriend is going to show me how to cook plantains; he used to work as a cook, and now on weekends he BBQ's pork all night Saturday and sells it on Sunday mornings. It is INCREDIBLY delicious! I have never had pork like that in my life! The skin is soooo crispy and it is incredibly mouth watering. I will be put to work to help him with the BBQ next time I am there and I am incredibly excited about it. But I will not be killing the pigs; he can do that. It would be nice to invest in some sort of agriculture in the Dominican.

  4. Quite a lot of work to make the land ready for growing vegatables. We have klay soil were we are growing vegatables on.. rich grounds but very hard when they are dry and a disater when it is wet of lots of rain..:))

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