The Organik Farm on Google Map

"Organic farming aims to sustain and enhance the health of ecosystems and organisms from the smallest in the soil to human beings" (Wikipedia).

On the left is a field of organic Lolo Green grown on the ORGANIK Farm.


How does Organik avoid using lots and lots of chemicals? crop rotation

Certain bugs or pests are hosted by particular plant families. Take for example this field of romaine lettuce. Certain pests love to live in lettuce and so after harvesting this lettuce we'll plant our lectuce somewhere else. By rotating the crop in this way we control the bugs without using chemicals.

... by composting.

Compost, also known as brown manure, is decomposed organic material. It is food for plants. In this picture you see some organic material from our farm in the early stages of decomposition. When decomposition is finshed we mix it with coir or peat and stir it into the soil. After that we plant lettuce, potatoes, squash etc. The compost, not chemical fertilizers acts as food for these hungry plants.


 ... by flower power.

These flowers,  growing along the side of our greenhouse, are good for eating, beauty and pest control. Believe it or not some nasty insects are NOT attracted to flowers. We love that. It means that instead of using harmful chemicals we can use beautiful useful flowers.

  What does the Organik Farm look like?


Our sign ...

Travel west out of Dalat on Highway 20 and after 14 Km you'll come to the Organik sign.


Our processing centre & office ...

Upon entering the farm gate you'll see the centre where we process vegetables. In early 2009 this facility was HACCP Certified. To the right of the centre is Organik's office.

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