DENNIS ABBATUAN: Former PBA Player Goes For Exotic Fruits

Dennis Abbatuan, former PBA player, dreams of picking exotic fruits from his home garden a few years from now.

A former player of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) recently cut down three old Indian mango trees in his spacious residence in Antipolo City to give way to exotic fruits that are of much higher value. The fellow is Dennis Abbatuan, 60, who is part-time based in London but also spends time in his Antipolo home.

He recently visited the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal to buy planting materials of Longkong lanzones, Vietnam pomelo, rambutan, guava from Vietnam and Taiwan, sweet balimbing and more. Married to a medical doctor who is based in London, he usually comes back to the Philippines upon the approach of winter. He said he cannot endure the cold of winter because of leg injuries he sustained as a PBA player. He arrived in the Philippines last September and intends to stay until May. Enough time to see his new fruit trees grow.

How did he learn about Sarian Farm? A lady classmate and townmate, Grace Cabatan, from Aparri, Cagayan advised him to source his grafted seedlings in Teresa, Rizal. Grace is one of the satisfied customers who bought her planting materials from the Sarian Farm several years back.

Dennis Abbatuan hopes to pick luscious Longkong lanzones in his home garden in Antipolo City a few years from now.
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