Angola: Seleca Farm Harvests More Than 200 Tons of Tomatoes

Malanje — Seleca Farm harvests 237 tons of tomatoes in this agricultural campaign, according to its manager.

With tomato at the foreground, among other crops, the projects, located in Muquixe commune, municipality of Mucari, northern Malanje province, plants five hectares per month.

Seleca farm, which harvested 72 tons so far, foresees to yield additional 165 tons in October this year, said the manager, Cristiano Vandick, on Tuesday.

He also said that other crops were harvested in the provinces of Malanje, Lunda Norte, Lunda Sul and Luanda.

They include cabbage (31 tones), corn (30), cucumber (23), eggplant (16), onion (15), pepper and beans (5) as well as three of pepper.

Cristiano Vandick recalled that in 2019 the production stood at 180 tons of tomatoes, 40 tons of cabbage, 50 tons of watermelon, 20 peppers, 25 onions, 14 beans and 10 cucumbers.

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