Developing a market for organic and natural produce requires quality and consistency of supply -- and we can only do this when farmers stand together as one. We are inviting farm owners & practitioners to perhaps is the first production planning workshop that brings together farmers from at least twenty organic and natural farms from CALABARZON. The three-day workshop reiterates the importance of demand and production principles as foundations for farmers to JOINTLY PRODUCE C
Our native pig breeders will be sporting new earrings over the weekend. We'll be needing more than a handful of names too. Comment your suggestions if you can think of some good ones. #Produce #NativePigs #Livestock #allnatural #farming #Protocol
All Seasons is committed to safe, fresh, and delicious produce. Working on our Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certification is a proof point we really mean what we say we do. Together with other like-minded farmers, completing the GAP Train the Trainer course is the first step among many to get this quality seal for our farms. We're embarking on a four (4) month journey to secure GAP certification for our farm. Thank you ATI Calabarzon for the sponsorship and opportunity!
Companion planting is a technique that utilizes different crops to maximize space, provide homes for beneficial insects, and enriches the soil to encourage vigorous plant growth.
Here we used one of the oldest combinations of planting corn, pole beans, and squash. The corn provides the trellis for the pole beans while the legume enriches the soil with nitrogen to be used by both corn and squash. Squash is planted to take care of the weeds as the large leaves rob them of sun
And we now have purple corn! Just a bit over 50 days after planting, we see the fruits of our labors. Purple corn is rich in phytochemicals and antioxidants - best of all, our corn is grown naturally! Drop us a note if you're interested in this healthful novelty! #Produce #Corn #VegetableFarming #allnatural #farming
All Season's native pigs are happy pigs. They get lots of sun, run around their spanking-new pen all-day, and only eat everything that is good and all-natural. The result is meat that is safe and much, much tastier! Why? Because our pork meat has a lot of fat marbling you rarely see in conventionally-raised pork! Coming off the stock from the Bureau of Animal Industry research station in Tiaong, Quezon, these pigs are a prolific bunch with our sows producing anywhere between