Organic Farming

Farming Land Before-During and Today

Even the roughest field can be turned into a farming soil. Last year we took on an assignment that turned out more than we have imagined. Eager to learn organic farming, we leased an unattended tough clay soil covered in unwanted weeds. In a few weeks the project started turning into organized farming beds with varieties of organic healthy vegetables in the ground.

Today our farming land is at rest and no organic fruits and vegetables are growing there at the moment. Soon however, this rough looking covered with snow urban land will be looking beautiful again and giving; see photos below:

The Land As We Started:

The Land During Farming:

At Harvest Times:

The Land Today:

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Categories: Organic Farming

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