Monday, July 12, 2010

Initial notes

I start this blog today, 13 Jul'10 in Bintulu at my Kambatik Eco-farm. This is a statement of the biodiversity of my eco-farm which is based on the cultivation of oil palm in an agroecological perspective. Here I will document in words and in pictures the diverse plants grown naturally in the farm and additional ones planted after the farm showly shape up over a period of more than 5 years now. In a way the botanic garden here is a garden within a forest. All this is possible because in y Kambatik eco-farm the oil palm planting was integrated into the existing forest habitat.

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