I was invited to help design an organic multi cropping system including vegetables, fruits and small animals as market garden farm on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital Amman.
The land will be divided into parcels from growing vegetables and salad greens on raised beds, surrounded with rows of mixed fruit trees and legumes creating shade, fertility, windbreak and products.
Small animal systems including chickens and rabbits will be tractored, producing proteins and fertility to be used in the designated compost area.
The farm is already being used as a conventional farm growing thyme and the owners would like to show an example of a permaculture economically viable diverse system.
The increase in demand for organic and healthy fruits and vegetables in the Jordanian market has encouraged more and more land owners to look into permaculture and agroecology as an option.
More details about the design in the link below :
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