Our director, Mr Tai Seng Yee, is passionate about organic food and sustainable farming. He has personally captured several beautiful images at our farms including our Zenxin Organic Park to share with you.
You and your loved ones are welcome to visit our 100-acre Zenxin Organic Park in Kluang. At the farm, you can enjoy free guided farm tours (at specific timings), cycling in our picturesque farm, shopping at our organic farm mart (packed with a huge range of organic produce!), treat yourself and your family to a decadent meal at our Chef’s Garden Restaurant or simply enjoy the greenery and scenic views!
Meanwhile, enjoy Mr Tai’s picture diary below!
Our edamame plant.
Picking runner beans!
Indian lettuce leaves.
We have to walk across a small stream to get to the other side of Jianyi’s (our organic grower) plot.
A Little Nai Pak with clear holes on it. We just can’t avoid the little small holes when the leaf hoppers are jumping around and biting the leaves.
Our inspection by Ms Kathe Purvis of NASAA was finalized (we are standing in front of our HQ in Kluang, Johor).
Our “Not-so-good” friend is having breakfast on our organic cabbage.
Composting organic matters.
Signboards to differentiate our plots.
Grower Mr.Khong saving the seeds of lettuce.
So much headache for our growers – the insects are eating their cabbage sprouts!
Sweet and crunchy. We eat these raw in our farms.
Can you see the bug bites on the baby leaves? We don’t use pesticides in our farms.
Our organic grower, Yong Kang, saves Edamame seeds to grow for the next round. The species get stronger and more adaptable to the local environment. Good Job!
Very rare Long Kong tree, the only one in our farm.
Our NASAA Organic Inspector year 2013 – Kathe Purvis. She was our first inspector and she came back to inspect us after 5 other different inspectors
A variety of Japanese Tatsoi.
Ms Kathe Purvis sharing information with our organic grower Yong Kang in front of the cauliflower plot.
Inspecting grower Mr.Chia’s farm.
Can you count how many organic papayas are on the tree?