Bright Urban Farming Ideas At Bayer Kubo Project

Finger pepper for sinigang is one variety to promote in the urban garden.

Innovative urban farming and fish culture will be showcased at the Bahay Kubo Project of Bayer Philippines which will be launched on January 23, 2020 in Brgy. Ususan, Taguig City.

Bahay Kubo intends to serve as a living example of new and innovative approaches to solve food security in the country, according to Bryan B. Rivera, Bayer head of Communications, Public Affairs and Sustainability.

The concept includes dedicating an area for vegetables and fish production to be managed by the community while promoting sustainable agricultural practices. After harvest, the community will be linked to end-user institutional markets.

Bahay Kubo aims to inspire and educate people to develop novel solutions that would make a positive impact in society and the environment, Rivera stressed.

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