|Correll and McLeod work with a local vegetable producer in her garden|
|A family of producers receives vegetable seed|
McLeod and Correll reported general progress in vegetable production in the towns visited. In various households in Magdalena, they observed many new vegetable gardens that did not exist the previous year. The villagers were successfully producing onions, several peppers, sweet corn, several cucurbits, lettuce, beans and cowpea. In Bella Vista, few vegetable gardens were observed, however this was an improvement upon the previous year when no gardens were observed. Further, with the help of Hugo Serrate, Executive Direct of CIAT, McLeod and Correll located numerous stores selling vegetable seed, garden tools, chemicals, fertilizers and irrigation supplies. Together they identified a trucking company to deliver the seed and supplies to the Beni area and areas north of Santa Cruz.