Every evening and every morning Aunty Isata (aka Mrs Amabest) lovingly prepares an Azolla and crushed corn feast for Jemima and her brood of seven and Lucky and her bakers dozen, harvesting Azolla from one of the nearby wells and gving the ducklings the best start to life.
So sit back and enjoy a pleasant three minutes soaking in the sounds of Sanda Magbolontor village life watching Jemima and her six little ducklings chowing down on Aunty Isata's Azolla maize feast, two youngsters nudged out of the way by mum so everyone can tuck in. We can't wait to see them on Hope Sakuma's paddy plots fertilizing our rice!
Aunty Isata's special azolla chow down recipe - two handfuls of crushed maize to the same of fresh azolla, mix well!
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