MARK MERCADO: Planting Dwarf Sweet Coconut In Iba, Zambales

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Mark Mercado and some of the second batch of seedlings he bought from the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal.

More and more farmers in Luzon are planting the Nam Wan dwarf coconut from Thailand which produces a lot of fruits with sweet water. Mark Mercado has already bought two batches of seedlings for his 28-hectare farm. The farm is diversified that includes cattle, rice, pigs,vegetables and fruit trees. The coconut is a special variety that he is very much interested in.

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Mark Mercado with seedlings of dwarf Nam Wan coconut with sweet water at the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal. He has already bought two batches of seedlings for his farm in Ib, Zambales.

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    1. We have Dwarf Coconut from Thailand, Nam Wan variety with very sweet water. Seedlings cost P500 each. It is best to grow the seedling into large planting material (LPM), 4ft tall, before planting in the field for best survival. Planting the small seedlings in the field can be easily overtaken by weeds. For inquiries on availability, reservation and sales contact Rose at Sarian Farm – 09150021368

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