Saljay Integrated Farms | Things to do in Pigcawayan-Cotabato
Farm tourism yields many economic possibilities, and the enterprising owner of Saljay Farms, 2012 Gawad Saka Awardee Greggy Saljay, certainly knows this. The 8-hectare land in Pigcawayan was originally used to grow only coconut trees. Today, it grows a wide variety of organic produce such as vegetables, herbs, and fruits. The site is also used to grow livestock and poultry. The farm is into vermicomposting and vermiculture, which is the process of using worms to decompose organic food waste and turn it into nutrient-rich material that helps grow healthy and robust plants. With their advocacy of elevating farm tourism in the region, the farm is open to conduct trainings and demos to students, researchers, and other farmers who want to improve their livelihood.
|Address:||Brgy. Presbitero,, Pigcawayan, Cotabato|
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