Mpumalanga Farm Manager Shares Advice for Growing Commercial Produce, SA Appreciates TikTok Video

Mpumalanga Farm Manager Shares Advice for Growing Commercial Produce, SA Appreciates TikTok Video

  • A farm manager has shared some valuable advice to budding farmers who want to sell commercial produce
  • The man posted a TikTok that shows his spinach farm while he is explaining how he grows the vegetable
  • Budding farmers appreciated the tips and some even poked fun at his uniform popularised by Afrikaans Boere
Mpumalanga farm manager shared advice
A farm manager showed off his spinach farm in a TikTok video. Image: @phumlaninjabulo2
Source: TikTok

A young farm manager offered insights to aspiring farmers looking to enter the world of commercial produce.

The gent @phumlaninjabulo2 posted a video of his lush spinach farm, while he passionately explained the intricacies of growing the green vegetable.

Farming expert gives tips

The manager touched on crucial topics such as the effective use of insecticides to fend off pesky insects that threaten crops. He also emphasised the importance of starting small to learn the ropes of farming on a manageable scale.

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Farming TikTok video gains traction

The TikTok video got an impressive 169,000 views, attracting a flood of comments from Mzansi people.

Watch the video below:

Netizens thank farmer for tips

Aspiring farmers were grateful for the guidance and thanked him and joked about his Khaki clothes.

Here are some of the comments below:

@bongekilesigwebela said:

"I love you your job."

@mdubulkhonde asked:

"Job well done my bru. One thing is it compulsory to dress like this?"

@nyandeni31 stated:

"iUniform yokuntshontsha umhlaba."

@mnamatha9 posted:

"What herbicides and insecticides do you use?"

@izolo.lami wrote:

"Siyabonga bro my dream is to own a farm one day."

@kev85389 stated:

"You are inspirational and a motivator."

@wongs323 commented:

"Conservation farming is the way to go."

@maqaps mentioned:

"I don’t like the clothes. Can’t black people do their own thing? "

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@user8117132588625 shared:

I have a land bigger than this but I'm clueless please continue teaching us. I might learn something and start using it."

Female farmer with passion for early childhood development wants to make reading fashionable for kiddies

In another article, Briefly News reported that a multitalented mother and businesswoman has opened up about her passion for early childhood development, tutoring, and seeing young people succeed.

The woman, who also entered Mrs SA in 2022, runs the Mrs Nkhumane Children’s Care reading Programme, which focuses on making reading fun for young children.

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