The photo above shows the moringa trees planted in early May, 2014 as they thrive against all odds in the hostile Haitian climate.
These trees, when they are mature, will produce a strain of seeds which contain a tendency toward drought resistance. Successive generations of plants produced under the same conditions with the seed from the aforementioned trees, will create an excellent strain for direct seeding on the hillside gardens where irrigation is not available.
Another Haitian success story!!
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