DALO farmers in Bua have had no problems marketing their produce to local and export agents, says assistant Roko Tui Bua Jale Sigarara.
Compared to those in parts of Cakaudrove where farmers have struggled to find dalo markets, Mr Sigarara said those in Bua had sold their products without hiccups.
"Dalo is being sold everyday from Bua to agents who come in from Viti Levu. We have had no problems with the market and our farmers have just been blessed."
Mr Sigarara said dalo farming in Bua had become popular, especially in the district of Wainunu.
"We have many farmers who are from other parts of Fiji but shifted to Bua for dalo farming purposes," Mr Sigarara said.
Last year, dalo farmers in the districts of Tunuloa, Natewa and surrounding areas struggled to find export agents to sell their produce to.
Concerns raised by farmers through The Fiji Times last year resulted in many farmers moving their crop through Savusavu and Labasa markets because export agents didn't visit their villages.