So that we have an ample supply of supplemental water for all of the hardwood and coconut trees growing on our plantations we average one well for every 200 acres…that’s a lot of wells.
On average they are sunk down to 300 feet and they demand regular maintenance.
Here’s how that’s done here in Nicaragua.
Want to know what 197,000 tree saplings looks like? Well, here you go. These are a combination of caoba and pochote (our most popular precious hardwoods).
We’ve told you how we’re receiving 5,000 coconuts each week. This pic shows you how they are then prepared to produce roots and shoots over a few weeks time in advance of our crews planting them ready to do what they do best…grow.