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dutch apple seeds

Dutch apple seeds

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Found this recipe years ago on a packet of anise seed by McCormick. I like using half Golden Delicious and half Granny Smith. This is a good pie!

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Dutch apple seeds

“Once trials are successful, farmers will adopt the varieties,” she said.

This means that two hectares-on which 2,000 grafted apples were planted on two hectares-could provide up to 600,000 fruits generating Rwf180,000,000 per year if sold at Rwf300 per one fruit.

Jean Rémy Muramira, a Business Advisor at Agriterra, explained that at least 2,000 grafted apples of four varieties were planted on two hectares.

“Rwanda spends a lot of money on importing apples. This trade deficit could decrease since we have selected varieties liked on the local market,” he said.

Agriterra, a Dutch non-government organization in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources and National Agricultural Export Development Board (NAEB) has started trials to grow apples in the districts of Musanze and Gicumbi of Northern Province.

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Agriterra supports local farmers in cooperatives who are engaged in dairy farming, Irish potatoes, maize, and sugarcane, horticulture and coffee among others.

“We preferred these regions after realizing that these varieties could adapt to cold weather. We also first tested soil acidity. Farmers can also intercrop with small crops.

These include 800 grafted apples planted in Gicumbi district by some members of Huguka-Kageyo cooperative and 1,200 grafted apples planted in Musanze district by two cooperatives namely COAPB in Nyange sector and KOUSHI cooperative in Shingiro sector.