Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Organic-Farming-in-Negros-27MZIF35U5U5.htmlConceptually similarOrganic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4R9Completed★★★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4RACompleted★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4RBCompleted★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4QKCompleted★★★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4R3Completed★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4R5Completed★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4QJCompleted★★★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4QECompleted★★★★★★Organic Farming in NegrosGP0STO4QICompleted★★★★★★View AllGP0STO4RCOrganic Farming in NegrosJerryl Acana, manager of Fresh Start Farm, holds a bag of lettuce produced by his farm. Fresh Start is an organic farm in Negros. Lettuce such as curly green, red rapid, and romaine as well as herbs are planted here. The farm also utilizes Vermi Compost, or worm compost for fertilizer.Locations:Negros Oriental-Philippines-Southeast AsiaDate:20 Nov, 2013Credit:© Andri Tambunan / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3600px X 2400pxKeywords:Close ups-Crops-Day-Farms-Fertilisers-Food-Hands-KWCI (GPI)-Lettuce-Local population-Organic farming-Outdoors-SAGE (campaign title)-Sunny-VegetablesShoot:Organic Farming in the PhilippinesDocumentation of organic farming in Negros and Negros Island Organic Farmers Festival, a celebration of diverse food and farming in the Philippines. Greenpeace believes facilitating people's access to a varied diet of ecologically farmed foods, through home and communal gardens is the most effective and sustainable solution to tackle nutrition deficiency in the long term.