Youtuber David Nkwa explores organic Strawberry Farming In Jos

In this series, he shared the stories of how the local farmers in the various parts of the country made their names. In his most recent video, he teamed up with a local farmer for a tutorial. His recent video shared a step by step guide of organic strawberry farming in Nigeria

The Nigeria based Youtuber and also a social media expert, David Nkwa has recently started a new series of videos. In this series, he shared the stories of how the local farmers in the various parts of the country made their names in the agriculture industry. In his most recent video, he teamed up with a local farmer for a tutorial. His recent video shared a step by step guide of organic strawberry farming in Nigeria. 

Nkwa is a youtuber who enjoys telling stories of the Nigerian culture and highlights the local practices of the various communities. The video featured a highly learned and efficient strawberry farmer from Jos, Plateau State. He also helped the youtuber in sharing some very interesting and useful information about organic planting of the strawberries. 

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The farmer who helped David in creating the video was the owner of the Weng’s four square farm, Paul Weng. He gave the viewers of the youtuber a thorough overview of the process of transplanting the strawberries. Further, he shared the correct way for digging into the earth and retrieve the plant such that it can be transplanted into a new place. The strawberry farmer, Weng shared his insights about the art of farming.

At the same time, he informed the viewers of the Youtuber about the various practices of Agriculture and farming. He patiently explained every part of the strawberry plant that he took for transplantation. The farmer also showed the viewers bow to handle the plant properly. Further, The Farmer wanted to ensure that they would not hurt any crucial parts of the plant during replanting. 

He showed how to protect the transplanting saplings from insects. He cleaned out any damaged or unnecessary parts of the plant before pronouncing the plant ready for usage and transplantation. David Nkwa took a lot of interest on all the information that the farmer was sharing with him and his veiwers. He even urged his viewers to buy these plants from the farm of Paul Weng. 

He shared the contact details for the farmer and expressed his sincere gratitude to the learned individual for his invaluable insights.

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