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Tiquisue planting finishes in Naturewalk, Costa Rica
The rainy season is coming and the tiquisque planting has finished in Naturewalk, a masterplanned development in the Central Pacific Costa Rica.
Harvested every 7 months it is a valuable and important crop.
Naturewalk Costa Rica is a masterplanned development which combines the natural beauty of Turrubares Costa Rica with the financial rewards of high value agricultural crops.
Owners of property in Naturewalk benefit not only from the beauty of their home location but also benefit from crops growing on their land.
Tiquisque is planted before the rainy season and the tiquisque planting has just finished in Naturewalk 3. The tiquisque planting season benefits not only the land owners in Naturewalk but also the local community as it provides extensive local employment during the planting season and also before the planting season with the preparation of the seed for planting.
Tim Alexander, President of Naturewalk commented " the tiquisque planting season is a very busy time for Naturewalk, but we are delighted to have planted even more tiquisque this year than in previous years. Providing employment for the residents of Pavona village is very important to Naturewalk and the growth of our tiquisque planting has allowed us to employ more villagers this year than previously".
Naturewalk, Turrubares Costa Rica is a fully masterplanned community in three phases - Naturewalk 1,2 and 3. Land owners in Naturewalk have home sites with some of the most stunning views in Costa Rica and also benefit from valuable agricultural crops growing on their land - teak, jatropha, macauba, pineapple, coffee and tiquisque. Plans for Naturewalk include an ecological hotel, condo hotel, botanical gardens, adventure centre and homes.