ASHITABA SEEDS: Now Produced In The Philippines

ASHITABA SEEDS: Now Produced In The Philippines
ASHITABA SEEDS: Now Produced In The Philippines
Seed-bearing pods of Ashitaba produced in Benguet by Adela Ang and her cooperator.

Seeds of the real Ashitaba, the plant with many medicinal attributes, are now produced in the Philippines. Previously, seeds for planting have to be imported from Taiwan or Japan. The locally produced seeds are from plants grown by Adela Ang and her cooperator in Benguet where the weather is highly suitable for seed production. Adela, who has an outlet at the Garden Row at the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City, has also a growing area in Tagaytay City where the weather is also suitable for growing Ashitaba. She is also producing seedlings for sale at a very affordable price.

You can get in touch with Adela Ang at 0917-861-3868 or 0917-812-0782

ASHITABA SEEDS: Now Produced In The Philippines
Ashitaba seedlings in plastic pots are for sale at a very affordable price.
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32 thoughts on “ASHITABA SEEDS: Now Produced In The Philippines

  1. Hello, Are you selling ashitaba seeds also? I wanted to buy. Please email me how much it cost. I from Canada. Thanks.

    1. Ashitaba seeds is quite problematic to germinate if you are inexperienced. You can buy that at 10 pesos per seed from Adela Ang a 0917-812-0782. she might give you discount if you tell her i recommended you.

      Maybe, it is more practical to buy the established seedling at P150 each. We have some at the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal. Same price as Adela Ang.

      1. thanks for the information. we are just curious, why is it difficult to germinate ashitaba seeds?

        And we are here in Palawan, so is it possible to transport seedlings safely here in Palawan? hows the arrangement?

        1. Kaya sinabi ko problematic ang seeds kasi marami na akong nakilala na hindi nila napatubo ang binili nilang seeds. Marami possible dahilan. Hindi nila napanatili ang proper moisture sa seedling box. Baka during certain periods natuyong sobra. Maari din napakalalim ang pagpunla.
          No problem bringing seedlings to Palawan. Wala naman restrictions diyan. Ang restricted ay citrus.

          1. good day sir! may available na po kayo jan n seeds ng ashitaba? magpurchase po sana kami..

            mabel of Palawan

          2. I can arrange the sending of ashitaba seeds to you by jrs express. I will ask Adela Ang to provide the seeds at her same price. You will just have to add the cost of sending by jrs express which should not be much.

          3. Sir,

            clarification lang po. ang Ashitaba seeds po ninyo ay P200.00/pack at ang bayad sa jrs ay P100.00.

  2. kailangan po ba seedling box gagamitin sir, ok na ba yung nursery pots 3inch ang size, hindi ko nmn po hinahayaan matuyo yung buhaghag propogatin mix, ok na po ba iniispray ko lang siya ng kaunting tubig every 6 hr or 7 hr, ang inaala ko lang baka masobrahan po sa moisture.

  3. Can i order your seeds and to be delivered here in cotabato city in a week time as i am leaving 9th feb back in ireland? Can i have 3packs?

  4. Good day po, I live in Baguio City, saan po ako pwedeng makabili ng seedlings or plant ng ashitaba? We’re planning to cultivate the plant po kasi for research purposes.

  5. I am interested of buying a Mother Plant and seedlings of Ashitaba. Where is the farm located in Tagaytay so we could purchase. Thanks!

  6. Pede po bang malaman kung selling pa din kau po ng ashitaba, yung established na seedling? Nasa eastern samar po kasi me. Sna po maka reply kau.

  7. I bought ashitaba plants 3 times already (less than with less than a foot long leaves.
    All died. I put them in partly shady place and keep them well drained. The last one I placed in a very shady place (less than 2 hours of sunshine). I just bought a bigger one (2 feet long). What is the right exposure to sun of this plant here in lowland Rosario, Cavite.
    I am also happy to tell you that the millenium mango (which you promoted in Agriculture magazine and which we bought in Taguig market) has begun fruiting since 5 years ago. So big and so delicious. And as you claimed in your article–no medicine like taste. Looks like a very big carabao mango and tastes like one, but more delicious. Thanks a lot.

    1. We grow ours in partial shade, not directly hit by the sun. Apply organic fertilizer and if you have Durabloom organic foliar fertilizer,, spray the leaves every 15 days. You may also spray Supravim, another organic foliar fertilizer. Keep the potting medium moderately moist.

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