Organic Farming Began in 1988 in Hong Kong

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Organic Farming • Began in 1988 in Hong Kong • Environmentally-friendly • Sustainable •

Organic Farming • Began in 1988 in Hong Kong • Environmentally-friendly • Sustainable • No Chemical substances

 • Environmentally friendly • Sustainable • Protect our farmlands and countryside • Sustains

• Environmentally friendly • Sustainable • Protect our farmlands and countryside • Sustains fertilization of soil • Maintain biological variety and natural hereditary resources • Opens up niche market • Provides healthy food products

During the 90's Rapid urbanization • Profound shift in economic structure • Public concern

During the 90's Rapid urbanization • Profound shift in economic structure • Public concern about food safety and environmental protection •

 • Sampling of soil and irrigated water • Regular farm visit • Technical

• Sampling of soil and irrigated water • Regular farm visit • Technical input and advisory for organic certification application • Introduction of organic pest control techniques and cultivation practices • Assistance in marketing of organic product

 • Bug-sucking machine • Integrated melon-fly control method • Field trials for specialty

• Bug-sucking machine • Integrated melon-fly control method • Field trials for specialty crops Organic strawberry • Composting facilities Coloured Sweet Pepper Organic Rock Melon

 • Carry no chemical residues • May have some worm-bites • Rich in

• Carry no chemical residues • May have some worm-bites • Rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber • Less water content • Highly nutritious, tasty • Can be stored for a longer time

CE Greenhouse • Equipped with automatic environmental control system and irrigation system • Built

CE Greenhouse • Equipped with automatic environmental control system and irrigation system • Built with rust-proof iron bars • Sealed with polyethylene film or polycarbonate sheet

 • Provide favourable conditions for plant growth • Protect plants • Improve the

• Provide favourable conditions for plant growth • Protect plants • Improve the crop yield • Increase productivity