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rollingstock wrote:timelapse wrote:Ok boomerrollingstock wrote:I never wrote o levels. After my time. I have school leaving certificate.
Doh hate. Yuh mammi loves this boomer d!ck
Rovin wrote:everybody taste different yes - no scene
i have relatives when they come trinidad their friends ask them to bring up local ketchup like matouks cause they craving it , i guess when ppl grow up on certain things
if u feel heinz need sugar then doh even try Hunts ketchup, that tastes sour like too much vinegar in it , i dunno how ppl cud eat dat ...
Rovin wrote:$30 fuh 1 baigan by hilo .... https://www.facebook.com/TrinidadBandit ... 536111153/
pugboy wrote:is it really luck for some farmers to have the right crop coming out at the right time when prices high with rain etc?
Phone Surgeon wrote:
but that same time the weather conditions awesome so everyone who plant also get a okay or good crop....and the market price will be shitty so you lose still
DMan7 wrote:Just doh buy tomatoes eat another cheaper vegetable as substitute in the meantime.
Phone Surgeon wrote:farming on the whole is just a big gamble and risk
years ago one of the biggest farmers in Trinidad, who use to supply plenty of the local restaurant chains with pepper sauce and ketchup...
spray about 50 acres of pepper with a chemical that was wrongly labelled by the local chemical producer
instead of insecticide it was herbicide
loss was massive
Phone Surgeon wrote:That's a massive gamble and risk too
Plenty robberies, gun point, conmen, headache customers.
The hours easier though.
pugboy wrote:price dropped to $8-10/lb now
like plenty supply after everybody was planting from a few months ago when price was up.