Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
Four Months After the Fire
It's been almost 4 months after the fire that razed our farm, and we are just thankful that the leaves from the remaining moringa trees and our other plants have started to grow again.
As I've mentioned in our previous post about the fire, we needed to aggressively replant in order to have enough supplies that we can sell on our online shop on Shopee MalunggayLife as well as on our website.
Our moringa trees were the ones that were most affected, but still, we are hopeful as we see some branches growing from the remaining trees.
Our lemongrass have grown back pretty well.
Some of our trees, like our Banaba and Mulberry trees have also started growing more leaves. We've even been able to harvest from the remaining 24 Banaba trees in the farm, and I have had a taste of the first berries of our Mulberry tree.
We've also been planting more hibiscus (roselle) plants as they grow quite well on our farm's soil.
We've had a lot going on both in the farm and in our manufacturing facility during the past years. We're hoping and praying this year will be a better year for us.
Monday, February 28, 2022
A Fire Razed Our Farm...
This is what's left of our 4-inch water pump, the one that we use to draw water from our well. We can no longer use this.
Sunday, October 11, 2020
Tuesday, July 14, 2020
More, More Moringa Harvest
|Mixing the moringa leaves while they are air dried is important so the leaves will dry easily.|
|This is Jemboy busy getting leaves that will be further sorted by our leaf sorters in the processing facility.|
|Moringa leaves still attached to the stems. They will be placed in the plastic crates afterwards.|
|Moringa harvest now being loaded to our three wheels.|
|Gle, our farm staff unloading the harvested moringa leaves. The sorting ladies can't wait to get their hands on those leaves!|
The leaf sorters now busy at work sorting bad moringa leaves and stripping the good ones.
|Moringa leaf sorting and stripping in progress|
|Serious at work. Look at how fresh those moringa leaves are!|
|Moringa leaf harvest on another day.|
|Moringa leaves are mechanically dried using a dehydrator after air drying them.|