Awareness on Hass Avocado

AVOSON has commenced a massive awareness drive on Hass Avocado in Nigeria with different types of programs cutting across relevant agencies including restaurants, hotels, eateries homes etc. The goal is to turn it into a favorite ingredient which will be on the menu of several fast food chains across the country. With this it can […]

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Avocado🥑 Farming

Hass flourishes in regions with the right combination of mineral-rich soil, plentiful sunshine and a climate of moderate humidity, cool nights and warm days, with a tree ranging from 15 to 30 feet tall, depending on the region in which it’s grown and the horticultural practices used by the farmers. Hass trees bloom twice a […]

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Health Benefits of Hass Avocado

Hass Avocado is the only fruit that provides a substantial amount of healthy monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA). They are naturally nutrient-dense food and contain nearly 20 vitamins and minerals. The potential health benefits include: • It improves digestion. • It decreases the risk of depression. • It reduces the risk of cancer and aids treatment. […]

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Hass Avocado in Nigeria

Hass is a new variety of avocado in Nigeria introduced by the Avocado Society of Nigeria with grafted premium seedlings for the benefits of the members of the association. To further encourage the propagation of this beautiful crop in the country, several hectares of land was opened up and commissioned for the Gogreen Avocado Farm […]

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Hass Avocado

Hass Avocado is a cultivar of avocado with a pebly skin, smaller size and dark green colour. The fruit has a darker skin when it is at optimal ripeness and ready to eat. There are other varieties of avocado but the preference for Hass variety is on the high side mainly because this variety contains […]

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Will Hass Avocado Thrive in Nigeria?

This is the question being asked by many. Considering the requirements for a continuous fresh harvest of Hass avocado which include: • Mineral rich soil and drainage, • plentiful sunlight • Cool, gentle winds conditions • Mild climate (moderate humidity, cool nights and warm days). The Nigeria soil and climate provides a favourable habitat for […]

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