Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

One of
the interesting activities around Back Of Beyond  is watching the locals’
agriculture. Did you know that tropical countries are among those that
contribute most to meet the global food demand? Do you know why? Because the
weather  allows more than one harvest a year so the productivity is higher
than countries where summer and winter require moments of rest. So, the
difficulties that the farmers face are different from what we used to hear and
see in our countries. By the other side , some of the vegetables they have are
different from what we usually see in our market. The farmers in Dehigaha Ela,
even if they didn’t speak English tried somehow to make us understand their
general situation: the various processes from sowing to sales. 
Believe
me it has been very interesting. We wished we had more time to spend with them.

   Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Agriculture around Dehigaha Ela

Comments (3)

  • Alison Rost

    June 24, 2018 at 3:13 pm

    The place is quite abundant and I love that they can grow so many kinds of veggies! That's definitely a beautiful thing to see. I'm sure you learned so much from your visit!

  • Sayanti Mahapatra

    June 24, 2018 at 5:04 pm

    I am so glad to know that the farmers here can harvest more than once a year. Happy that you brought this up in your blog 🙂

  • Jeremy Nicolas

    June 25, 2018 at 4:13 pm

    It is nice to know that the weather allows more than one Harvest a year. Your pictures looks fabulous

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