Our fresh figs are cultivated with environmental sustainability in mind. To make sure our fig trees remain happy and productive, we use tailored dosage fertilisation that caters to the trees’ long- term needs.
We do not believe in overdosing the trees with pre-mixed fertilisers with unknown substances just to maximise production. This harmful technique will stress the trees, resulting in frequent replanting as trees become fruitless.
We also do not believe in using pesticides. We constantly check on the health of our soil as fig trees need a lot of micro and macro nutrients. Our fruits are safe to eat when immediately plucked from the trees.
Part of sustainable farming practice means managing water wisely. We use rain water harvesting to collect the water needed for watering. Rain water is also diverted into designated areas to reduce the risk of soil erosion.
We also have a timed irrigation system that releases a certain amount of water the trees need throughout the day. Trees are just like humans – they need water throughout the day. With this system, our trees grow better with optimal water absorption.
We have installed state-of-the-art imported film to ensure we have optimum sunlight throughout our rain-proof house. With optimal sunlight, the photosynthesis process of the trees will also be at an optimal level. This improves tree growth and enhances the flavour and sweetness of the fruits they produce.