Friday, 25 May 2018

ORGANIC FARMING AND NATURAL SYSTEMS

This morning The Sand’s farm produced for the restaurant 60 mangoes, 500 grams of cherry tomatoes, 250 grams of yellow passion fruits, 2 bunches of rocket and a bunch of red basil. Lots more volume and variety on the way.
Cherry Tomatoes growing in old Mini-Bars from The Sands Hotel
In other news meet Spike the African Hedgehog, one of the farm inhabitants who is very good at removing pests like slugs, snails, centipedes and caterpillars.. no chemical toxins needed.

'Spike' the African Hedgehog. A welcome inhabitant of the farm.

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