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Kim Chou Guava plantations in Saang district tastes delicious and gaining customer support

Kim Chou Guava plantations in Saang district tastes delicious and gaining customer support

Kandal (MGO) – Kim Chou Guava in Saang district, Kandal Province in strong market demand because it tastes crispy, sweet and delicious than from other provinces.Keang Leakhena, a farmer grow
Kim Chou Guava in Prek Ta Sao village, Saang district, Kandal province said the Guava in this district are harvesting with good yield for local supply and exporting to other capitals and provinces, while some traders go to the plantations to buy.


She added Kim Chuo Guava in Saang district is crispy and very delicious and it is a natural crop that does not use any chemical fertilizers, it is important to have many benefits for human health because the Guava helps lower blood sugar levels, reduce heart disease and facilitate the digestive system.




She confirmed, the Kim Chuo Guava is popularly grown by locals, it brought from neighboring countries, easy to grow, weather resistance, easy to maintain, easy to harvest, hold a lot of fruit, flowers in succession, crispy, delicious, less seeds that meet the high market demand.In addition, this crop is grown for a short period of time from 6 to 8 months, not cost a lot of money and does not take long time to harvest. She stated that she can harvest 300 to 400 kilograms of Guava per day.


She called on the people to support the products of Cambodian farmers and do not confuse this packaged Guava were imported because currently, Cambodia farmer is also have a knowledge of how to grow and package properly according to standards.Pease confirm that, according to the speech of Ms. Keang Leakhena, she has been cultivating kim Chuo Guava for nearly eight years on an area of 5 hectares, equivalent to 1,500 trees, and sells at a wholesale price of 3,500 riel per kilogram and a retail price of 5,000 riel.    


Source:NRC/Translator: Leakna 


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