Farmer In Antigua Reaps Sixty Pound Pumpkin

Farmer Orlando Fraser

Farmers in Antigua and Barbuda, often endure hardships in farming such as insufficient water, praedial larceny and storage just to name a few.  However, despite those challenges, farmers still produce under conditions and ensure that they produce the best quality produce for consumers.

Farmer in the South-Central District, Orlando Fraser recently reaped a sixty-pound (60lbs) pumpkin from his farm which he would have planted in October.

We acknowledge farmers who continue to produce and contribute to the food security of the nation. Keep up the good work!

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  1. Wow, what ah large pumpkin 🎃 his land must be very fertile. Well done sir!

    I must go outside and check how my sweet potatoes are doing 🥔 🥔 🥔 🥔

  2. Great! What type, if any fertilizer used?
    Interesting, knowing what we usually produce.
    A more in-depth reporting would be nice.

    Jumbee_Picknee aka Ras Smood

  3. Most Antiguans realize that the arable lands in Our country is quite fertile. A few shows of rain and the place transform into lush greenery. Water production, storage and distribution is the key. But, we all know this.

  4. Hope you are going easy on fertilizers. Was it in China that watermelons were exploding because of excessive fertilizer use. Organic foods please.

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