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Finally! Phase 1 of the demo farm is complete! We prepared just about a 2.5 hectares of land and the land waits for our seedlings. We're late by a few weeks but finished nonetheless. Lined up for our first season of veggies include chillies, tomatoes, eggplant, capsicums, french beans, beets, japanese cucumber and kale. 
 

One step closer to a functioning demo farm. In our current layout, we demonstrate monocropping i.e. 1.4 ha dedicated to Taiwanese chillie...

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 leav...

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!

February 16, 2017

All Seasons Nature Farms recently partnered with LiveGreen International to build and develop a farm prototype showcasing commercial-scale vegetable production through organic and sustainable agriculture practices. The prototype is initially expected to produce some 1-1.2 tons of fruit & vegetable produce a month.

Whereas the traditional vegetable farm is likely planted to one, two, or perhaps three crops per season, the farm prototype is designed to support...

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