A community group transplant fruit tree seedlings in Malawi

Transplanting seedlings

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Local community tree planting groups have welcomed training these past few weeks.

 The Mwaya tree nursery team have taught members how to successfully transplant seedlings where two or three have germinated in one pot. They have also been teaching manure making too!

Growing fruit trees is labour intense but the team are loving the enthusiasm and dedication coming from the various groups.

Would you like to support a community group to plant fruit trees? Visit https://rippleafrica.org/fruit-trees/

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