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Permaculture is a system of agricultural and social design principles  centered on simulating or directly utilizing the pattern and features observed in natural ecosystems


Is the process of intensively cultivating worms to hasten the decomposition of plant, animal, food and any other organic waste to a nutrient rich material called Vermicompost. Compost or Vermicompost is decomposed organic matter that provides nutrients for plant growth.


Is a biodegradable layer of organic material added to the top of soil. mulching greatly improves water retention, prevents the growth of weed, provides habitats for beneficial insects and microorganisms, and moderates soil temperatures. The right type of mulching can even feeds the soil as it decomposes.


Symbiotic relationships that form between soil fungi and plants. The fungi colonize the root system of a host plant, providing increased water and nutrient absorption capabilities while the plant provides the fungus with carbohydrates formed from photosynthesis. The fungi also offer the plant increased protection against certain soil born diseases.


Is a composting method that uses large pieces of rotting wood as the centrepiece for long term humus building decomposition. The decomposition process takes place below the ground, while at the same time allowing you to cultivate the hugelkultur bed, taking advantage of the nutrients released during decomposition process.

Why Permaculture

In the first years, the project focused on increasing agricultural production through irrigation, better seed and resource-efficient techniques.

What You Get

The next step was to commercialise the farming process, which involved specifically growing food for sale, seed production, further processing to add value and product marketing.