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Coffee growers in Laos are turning to organic farming
by Robyn Wilson
The Ecologist Translate This Article
19 September 2017
On 19 September 2017 The Ecologist reported:
Rural coffee farmers across southern Laos are sharing sustainable agricultural practices to protect both their land and health from chemical farming methods. Families from the Lao Tribe in the south are leading the way by turning away from a number of non-organic fertilisers that are used widely in the coffee industry to boost crop yields.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Chon Vilaysak, a coffee farmer and Lao Tribe member living within Bolaven Plateau ... explains how he has always been reluctant to using chemical fertilisers on his crops but it wasn't until he was taught new green methods by Michael Gomez Wood, the executive director and co-founder of non-profit organisation Fi-lan'thro-pe, that he started to fully benefit from sustainable techniques.
Michael set up the charity with Fi-lan'thro-pe director of Asian programmes Cana Little in 2011 to work directly with indigenous, tribal coffee farmers. ...
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