MYRNA MAGALONG, a successful businesswoman who runs a placement agency, has developed a most beautiful farm resort in a 2-hectare property called Banio Creek Farm in Pulong Bunga 1, Silang, Cavite. It has become a favorite destination of individuals, families, groups of business people, academe and others who would like to enjoy the fresh unpolluted air in a secluded place surrounded by thick vegetation.
Myrna, by the way, is a member of the Cactus and Succulent Society of the Philippines which will be staging an international garden show in November this year at the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City. That will showcase the economic importance of cacti and succulents that include the dragon fruit which is increasingly becoming a popular fruit crop in the Philippines. Myrna is also growing dragon fruit commercially. Another succulent with much economic importance is the giant Aloe vera which has food and health attributes.
The president of the CSSP is Dorie S. Bernabe while the treasurer is Mely Sibayan. They both visited the Banio Creek Farm together with us on June 3, 2012.
You can reach Myrna at 0920-919-3199.