SENIORS DO THEIR OWN FARMING

SENIORS DO THEIR OWN FARMING

WHEN PROFESSIONALS retire from their employment, their most likely recourse is to go into farming for a number of reasons. Just like keeping busy in the farm to stay healthy, imbibe fresh air and get the necessary exercise. Farming could mean harvesting and eating fresh fruits and vegetables. It could […]

RED JACKFRUIT TURNS OUT TO BE DARK ORANGE

RED JACKFRUIT TURNS OUT TO BE DARK ORANGE

On May 3, 2019 we harvested the first fruit of a four-year-old jackfruit tree that was grown from a seed of a Red Jackfruit that was originally introduced from Thailand by the late Dr. Benito S. Vergara, national scientist. Our  original tree only bore fruit once because it was damaged […]

POMELO GROWING TIP: Thin Out The Excess Fruits

POMELO GROWING TIP: Thin Out The Excess Fruits

A fellow who bought planting materials of Magallanes pomelo was upbeat telling us that his four-year-old trees were producing a lot of fruits. Some are in clusters of three or more fruits. He said he was expecting a bumper crop. Don’t be so excited, we cautioned him. We explained to […]

SWEET KAMIAS: Updated

Yes, The Sweet Kamias Will Bear Fruit In A Container

A lady buyer of two Sweet Kamias seedlings asked us if the fruit tree will bear fruit if she planted it in a container. Oh yes, it will bear fruit in a container. We have proven that in our own farm in Teresa, Rizal. The Sweet Kamias is not really […]

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