Ultima’s fourth organic farming workshop held at the end of November 2019 once more gave residents and staff a chance to enjoy the fun of planting and the joy of harvesting the produce. Organic farming is a win-win because it has no chemicals, no genetically modified plants/seeds. They are good for human and good for the soil, that is, good for the environment.
A month ahead of the workshop, we sowed the seeds for choy sum, beetroot and okra, and cover them with organic soil and sand. When the baby shoots grew to about to three inches a month after, we transplanted them to larger pots. The vegetables were ready for harvest in time after.