Banna Group Goes For Indian Black Pepper

Banna Group Goes For Indian Black Pepper
Banna Group Goes For Indian Black Pepper
Amelita Romualdo posing with prolific Paniyur variety of Indian black pepper.

Members of the barangay council of Brgy.3 Lorenzo in Banna, Ilocos Norte had a “Lakbay Aral” tour of the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal on November 23, 2013.

The group was led by Chairman Onesimo de los Santos who said they were interested in exotic fruit trees. With him were Melvin Randy N . Tabaniag, Willie B. Domanico Sr., Mario C. Domanico, Jose G. Santiago, Genelyn R. Turate, Armelito Aoalin, Alex D. Gayya, Ralph Daniel S. Pascua, Amelita P. Romualdo (treasurer), Rosie B. Aoalin (Brgy. secretary), Chester Romualdo and Kirbie Shane Aoalin.

Banna Group Goes For Indian Black Pepper
Chester Romualdo and Shane Kirbie Aoalin posing with fruits of variegated orange.

They were particularly interested in the prolific Paniyur variety of Indian black pepper grown on mahogany trees. They bought planting materials that they intend to grow in their own farms.

Banna Group Goes For Indian Black Pepper
The Banna visitors looking at the fruiting Japanese orange grown in containers.
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