Man shares photos of village tree that produces 10,000 mangoes every year

Man shares photos of village tree that produces 10,000 mangoes every year

- A young man has shown a very fertile mango tree in his family house in the village and amazed many

- The man said that despite the tree producing thousands of fruits annually, most of them go to waste

- Many tweeps asked him to do something about the situation and put the fruits to good use

A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @celestocalculus has taken to the bird app to talk about the tree in his family compound in the village.

He revealed that the tree bears around 10,000 mangoes in different cycles every year. In a post on Sunday, April 4, he shared photos of the tree and the 92 pieces of mangoes he plucked.

Speaking further, he revealed that a side of the tree has over 1000 mangoes, lamenting that the fruits go to waste every year because of low consumption.

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Nigerian Man Shows off Village Tree that Produces 10,000 Mangoes every Year, Many React
Many tweeps asked him to send them some of the fruits. Photo source: @celestocalculus
Source: UGC

The man prayed for his fore-family members who planted the tree many years ago. He jokingly revealed that with the way the tree produces thousands of fruits, he could be a mango billionaire if he relocates to the village.

See his Twitter post below:

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

@amakac_ said:

"Please bring mango for me. PLENTY."

@officialdayan said:

"Do you come around Onitsha or when are you coming to Enugu? I'm really craving this like a pregnant woman."

@ebuukanary1 said:

"Hai! My favourite German mangoes."

@T0bey_ said:

"To think we call it German mango and I can't find any here."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian woman identified as Arinola Ifeoma Awokoya showed that sack farming could be a very sustainable way of planting crops.

In a post on Sunday, March 28, the woman said she recently harvested fresh okro that she planted in small cement sacks.

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Explaining how the harvest will benefit her home, the woman said that her husband, Mr Awokoya, will be fed a plate of pounded yam and fresh okro and catfish soup. The woman added that knowing how to enjoy the simple things of life makes it really enjoyable.

Source: Yen

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