Thursday, July 10, 2008

Good Dragon Fruits Farms

Yesterday I visited two farms nearby which are considered good. The most important in keeping good farm is

1) Fertilization
2) Pruning
3) Management.

These are the three basic things to ensure the sustenance of the farm. Both farms I visited are organic farms meaning that they applied organic fertilizers. Here are some pics to look at.

Those interested to order the organic fertilizer can email me at or call my handphone 012 3535 411 (see below). Detail testimony will be provided,

I have just planted the yellow type. I have more than 2,000 cuttings.

Organic ferilizer derived from fish (New Zealand product)

Saturday, July 5, 2008

MAHA 2008

Well the Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture and Agro-Tourism (M.A.H.A. ) 2008 is very soon that will be held 11-23 August 2008. I have been assigned to become a judge in the fruit category. This means that I have to go to see all participated farms around the country in order to propose which are the best farms. The farms included guava, citrus, dragon fruits, salak, starfruits, mango etc. It is hefty alot of work organised by the Department of Agriculture as the secretariat.

I chose to go Sabah this time where I went to see citrus in Tawau, salak and dragon fruits in Sandakan and guava in Tenom.
View from Crocker Range

Most of the farms were very coordinated and managed well.

Coconut milk is sold everywhere in Sabah

Beautiful weed/legume I found

Dragon fruits flowering prosufely

Packaging of dragon fruits in boxes

Dragon fruits flowering

Dragon fruit plantation in Beluran area

Dragon fruits with heavy flowering

Salak plant and fruits in Sandakan area (below)

I enjoyed my trip from Tawau to Sandakan then go to Kota Kinabalu and later to Tenom by road.