Friday, November 12, 2010

Mini Spiral Garden


The 3rd Pinoy Herbal Festival will be held at the AANI Herbal Center this coming November 19 to 21. The 3 day event will feature a lineup of free seminars about herbs and health and also herb propagation. I was invited to talk about herb propagation and how to start a small herb garden.

I am not a fan of power point presentations, during my lectures, I usually bring an actual product or machine to show my audience instead of a picture from my computer. Sometimes I show them pictures only because I can't bring the farm to them.

With my upcoming lecture, I decided to make a small garden that I can bring during the event.

Here's how I made my mini spiral garden:















All it needs now are the herbs. Come and see the finished product on November 21, 9:00 a.m. at the AANI Herbal Garden, Quezon Memorial Circle.


4 comments:

Neil Cartajenas said...

Hi! Good moring Sir and Maam! I'm Neil Cartajenas, from Ozamiz City - Mindanao. I am very much interested to engaged in organic farming. Our farm is planted mostly to coconuts. Would you have any idea on how the vermi tea can be applied to coconuts? I would appreciate very much your reply. Thanks a lot!

Neil Cartajenas said...

By the way, my email addresses are: ncartajenas@cis.edu.ph; & neil_kipz@yahoo.com. Thanks!

GeorgeMitges said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
GeorgeMitges said...

Coverage of Food Commodities:
Food and Agriculture industry deals with grains, pulses, oilseeds and nuts, fruits and vegetables, roots and tubers, meat and dairy products, honey and sugar, spices and stimulants. These are the major ingredients of this business without which the industry cannot run and we won`t be able to sustain such shortage.
agribusiness consultant