It's been a while since I posted my last update about our moringa (malunggay) farm.
We haven't been harvesting leaves because we wanted to find out how long it takes before a tree produces moringa pods, and also be able to produce our own moringa seeds that we can plant in our farm.
Planting seeds that came from our own farm means we are 100% sure the seeds are also organic since we only use organic and natural fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides in our farm.
|Moringa flowers started blooming in the farm early January|
|The trees started bearing moringa pods early February.|
|Moringa pods, freshly harvested from the farm and ready for planting!|
|Healthy moringa seeds|
|This will supply us with more than enough seeds we need to plant more moringa trees!|
|We couldn't harvest leaves from those trees that bear fruit, but we were able to get some moringa leaves from those trees that don't have moringa pods.|
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