Sunday, June 27, 2010

Busy as a BEE!

I'm very sorry for not posting any updates on our blog. I would like to announce that we're still very very active and still very much into organic farming. In fact, I think this time is the busiest we've ever been since we started the farm several years ago.

To make it up with you guys, we will be conducting FREE seminars and forums about organic farming. We will be doing this every first Saturday of the month. We will be teaching how to make organic fertilizers like fermented fruit extracts, fish amino acids, lactic acid bacteria, vermitea, and more. We will also be inviting friends who will share their technologies to us.

The venue will be at the AANI Herbal Center, inside Quezon Memorial Circle. For instructions on how to get there, call, 4972755. We will start at around 8am and finish at 12 noon.

Leave a comment here if you have questions or you want to suggest a topic to discuss during the seminar/forum.



rhett said...

Glad to see you're back! I just recently bought a 4,000 sqm lot in Amadeo Cavite and I'm very inspired by your organic farm. Im getting a lot of ideas from your blogs. Hope you can post more often.
I would also like to ask about how you created your vermi-tea brewer. Hope you could share your set up.
Thanks and more power!

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

hello rhett, thank you for visiting our blog. happy to know that you're learning something :)

there are a lot of information about compost tea brewer online. you just have to remember that everything should be air-driven. some of the brewers i made are displayed at AANI stores in FTI and QC circle.

Anonymous said...

ilang hectares po ang farm nyo? ganda may swimming pool pa =)

napadaan po dahil nagiging interesado rin sa farming :)

Godbless. More success.

DIT said...

I think a REAL farmer is always busy. Just enjoy your farm and write whenever you can.

Raymond and Mariel......................................... said...

hello po, yung farm po namin ay around 8 hectares, halo-halo na po yung nakalagay doon, mostly fruit trees at vegetables.

I will try to post pictures as soon as i can. promise. :D