Abundance Farm

Finca La Abundancia

Carazo, Nicaragua

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July 2007 Tour of Finca La Abundancia:

The New Property Next Door is Bought

In April of 2007 Yasmina bought a small piece of land next to the farm, doubling the size of the farm. She promptly went to work with local women workers and volunteer guests, planting bananas, plantains, corn, beans, and yucca. By the time Peter arrived for a visit in July, the area was already well-cultivated.

The guesthouse had also received a new coat of paint.

Inside the guesthouse, a tile floor had been installed.

Yasmina had planted several kinds of beans in a trellis, and they were prolific.

They papaya plants had grown large, and papayas were beginning to form.

Leonidas shelled the first beans.

Gloria developed a taste for watermelons.

Gloria enjoyed showing off her Chinese dress clothes in Jinotepe.

Back at the farm, the moringa (also called miracle tree, or malangay) had grown 3 meters in 6 months. Peter claimed it is one of the most nutritious foods on earth and ate leaves raw and cooked every day.

moranga