Tomato Farm

(1 customer review)

  • Location: Isiwo, Ogun State
  •  Minimum Investment: ₦50,000
  •  Return on Investment: 25%
  •  Farm Cycle: 8 Months
Minimum amount is ₦50000 Maximum amount is ₦1000000
Isiwo, Ogun State, Nigeria
  • Description

    Product Description

    In Nigeria, tomato farming is predominantly done in the northern part of the country. … Today, a lot of people even cultivate tomato in Lagos state, hitherto Lagos was not known as a tomato growing area. It is a fact that over 80% of tomato farmers in Nigeria still cultivate tomatoes in the old and outdated ways.

  • Reviews (1)

    1 review for Tomato Farm

    1. Olusegun (verified owner)

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      Highly interactive, respectful and friendly agents. Great overall service with prompt payment.
      More work must be done on the app to make it easier to pay with (a lot of issues paying with it).

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