Alot of people still think that some foreign food cannot be grown in Trinidad, however, nowadays the local market has been flooded with these foods such as local Kale, Broccoli, Carrots, Yellow Watermelons, Sweet Corn, Strawberries etc. The reason why we don't grow them in abundance and some local farmers have taken up the task is because they are very hard to maintain and labour intensive. The reason why we import these foods is because it is more expensive to grow here and cheaper to just import it . Our government keeps on bringing down foreign farmers to train locals in hopes of diversifying the local market with new fruits and veggies but they just cannot afford the high price of cultivating them. Small plants are available at plant nurseries all around Trinidad . Do you think we should try to grow new fruits and veggies, or keep on importing them because its cheaper ? What can the government do to encourage farmers to grow these produce?