The boy spread the message of natural gardeningby Tran Cong SEO
Concerned about doing natural farming - not using chemical fertilizers and pesticides but still bringing high economic efficiency for farmers, young man Vo Quoc Lap (27 years old, from Dong Thap) joined My friend started the project Tre Mo.
This project is one of three projects that have just received funding from the Lin Community Development Assistance Center's Gap shortening program - a non-profit organization.
Vo Quoc Lap associates with the countryside, with the farmer and the forest garden model, and desires to change the farmers' perception of natural farming to protect the environment.
In Cam My (Dong Nai), Lap is consulting and designing a forest garden model. Lap said that he regularly trips to the forest in the western provinces such as Can Tho, An Giang, Dong Thap, Hau Giang, Kien Giang, and Dong Nai, the Central and Northern provinces.
Having traveled a lot and heard many confidences from farmers, they said that they still know that using pesticides, chemical fertilizers is toxic not only for themselves but also for the surrounding environment; But if we do not use it, the plants will suffer from pests and diseases, the products have bad designs, the customers will criticize! If you can't sell, you have no income, so there is no other option.
"Farmers have encountered many difficulties; salt drought, climate change has become more and more serious, greatly affecting agriculture, and difficulties are piling up. Now more Covid epidemic" - Lap concerns.
Lap said that if you do not act, it will be late, to spread knowledge about natural farming, particularly the model of forest gardens to people. Forest gardens create clean agricultural products, diversify products and increase income, reduce economic risks, and improve productivity. Along with that will restore the ecosystem, adapt to climate change.
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According to this guy, when it comes to farming without using pesticides, chemical fertilizers, but still bringing economic efficiency, people in the West often do not believe. Therefore, making a decision to implement this project as a model garden, so that from the results obtained will be written into training materials. The Tre Mo project was born like that.
Shortening the gap is a program that supports community development projects at the local level in the South. Once voted, projects can be implemented within a year.
Because the blue planet drives action
Vo Quoc Lap graduated from Can Tho University in chemistry and pharmacy. When he was a student, Lap formed a group of Herbal Medicine Garden with his friends as a group leader. At that time, at Can Tho University, there was an empty land, Lap's group planted medicinal herbs in the model of a forest garden. The medicinal garden grows well even though it does not use any chemical fertilizers or pesticides.
A company specializing in producing clean medicinal herbs according to European standards on visiting the medicinal garden has "dot" Lap. Just graduated from school, you are invited to manage the whole medicinal farm for that company. It is a predestined relationship for Lap to associate with this work ever since. From his knowledge, his friend wrote many articles to share knowledge with farmers.
According to Lap, spreading the word for people to understand more about sustainable agriculture is a way to protect the environment, for a green planet. In it, planting trees helps people become better. Lap enjoyed the philosophy of Masanobu Fukuoka: "The ultimate purpose of farming is not to plant trees, but to cultivate and perfect people".
Created on Dec 14th 2020 23:42. Viewed 118 times.
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