Organic Farm

SDG 2 : Zero hunger

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture

Organic Farm was established in 2008 at Mahidol University which aim to optimize land development inside the campus to grow chemical-free vegetables for staff, student and local people. Mahidol university has selected farmers who have knowledge and experience in growing organic vegetables, improving the area of ​​4 rai to prepare the area to grow organic vegetables. And the area still has 3 vegetable growing houses due to the different climate like in the past Resulting in no rain, seasonal, hotter than usual Causing damage to vegetables Therefore built more greenhouses Which helps to increase productivity more than natural planting such as April – June If growing vegetables in the same plot, yielding only 20-30%, but planting in the house will yield 80-90%, which is 3-4 times more than before. There will be many alternate crops in the plot, such Kale, Chinese kale, Pak Choi, White Radish, Basil, Holy Basil, Chili, Long Eggplant, Small Eggplant, Roselle, Morning Glory, Watercress, Spinach, Bottle Gourd, Yard Long Bean and Bitter Melon. This vegetable plot is free from chemicals. Because organic matter is used to nourish the soil Is a nutrient for plants in which there is a way to make organic matter, which is to combine leaves that have been trimmed into vegetable plots to pile up until decomposition Mixed with chicken rice husks, rice husks, rice husk and then fermented with coconut flakes, black rice husk, and the egg hormones Trigoderma (a fungicide that can kill germs). Mixed and fermented for about 1 month, so can be used. Therefore, the produce is 100% non-toxic. For those interested in organic vegetables, can be purchased from Monday to Friday between 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm