Farming in Haiti

Bannann Miske Haiti

Bannann Miske Haiti

Here is a of bannan miske being sold in Haiti. Bannann miske, or plantain in English, is used to make "Bannen Peze" (fried plantain) and sold as Fritay in Haiti.

Haitians consume a lot of bannan miske, more than another plant in the banana family.

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Window with a Garden View in Haiti, not just any garden LOL

Window with a Garden View in Haiti, not just any garden LOL

Take a look at this photo... a bedroom window with a garden view in Hait. It's not just any garden my friend. It's the kind of garden you can eat from.

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Haiti: Bannann miske, Bannann Fig, Bannann Matenten from my little farm on the countryside

Haiti: Bannann miske, Bannann Fig, Bannann Matenten from my little farm on the countryside

Here is a photo, Haiti Bannan miske (Plantain), bannann fig (green banana), bannann matenten (some people call it bannann gozbot) I din't know its name in english, organic products from my little Haiti farm.

Bannann Miske is used to make "Bannen Peze" (fried plantain) Fritay

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Haiti: Mayi Sèch - Dried / Dehydrated Corn

Haiti: Mayi Sèch - Dried / Dehydrated Corn

Look at this photo... In Haiti it is easy to dehydrate corn: Just put it in the sun! lol...

Dried corn from my little Haitian farm cut ahead of hurricane Maria.

Removing the corn kernels from the cob is called "grennen mayi" in Haiti.

After you remove the corn kernels from the cob the next step is "Moulin Mayi" grinding the corn to turn in into Haitian cornmeal (Mais Moulin)

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Konbit : Haitian Farmers working together planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti

Konbit : Haitian Farmers working together planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti

Look at this photo... Haitian Farmers working together and planting crops in Plateau Central Haiti (Departement du Centre). This is called Konbit in Haiti.

Mo kreyol pou " L'union Fait La Force " se KONBIT

(The single Haitian creole word for "Unity is Strength" engraved in the Haitian flag, is KONBIT)

What do you think about that?

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In March 2016, we bought all these fresh tomatoes in Haiti for 75 gourdes

In March 2016, we bought all these fresh tomatoes in Haiti for 75 gourdes

Look at this photo... Haiti - All this Fresh Tomatoes cost 75 Haitian Gourdes, about $1.25 US... Great deal or Expensive?

Note: We purchased these tomatoes at that price on March 01 2016.

3 years later, it is a different story. Read the related articles below for more info.

What do you think about that?

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