Moringa sustainability: the capital and credit available in a developing country
Moringa planting is not a new practice in Nigeria. Initially trees were not well known by the communities but thanks to the rapid spread of information in the internet age, any educated people are now aware of the miracle tree. Information from various media and research groups have shown that moringa can help improve food security and reduce malnutrition and desertification. Moringa is said to cure about three hundred diseases and has more vitamins than many fruits and vegetables. With all these health benefits the tree can easily be considered as one of the most nutritious plants on earth. It is interesting to note that many people want to venture into the cultivation and processing of moringa. Any attempt to venture into large scale production and processing will require some investment, consequently some capital and credit. The objective of this paper is to explore the sources of capital and credit available for would-be producers and processors.
Adeyemo, R. (2017). Moringa sustainability: the capital and credit available in a developing country. Acta Hortic. 1158, 419-424
moringa sustainability, entrepreneur, capital and credit