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Javier Cosp
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Itaugua, Paraguay
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Planting cajanus cajan

Posted by Javier Cosp about 4 years ago

We have been planting more cajanus cajan to add organic material and nitrogen to the soil. In Paraguay is called kumanda yvyraí, which means in guarani "little tree of bean".

And also planting several native fruit trees.

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Russ Manning
Russ Manning : Hi I will be heading back to Paraguay next week. I have a van in Aregua. Would love to stop by your place and see whats going on, give a hand etc. You can use the contact page on my website www.fusionality.org to get hold of me... Gracias Russ
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