A 400 square-metre organic vegetable garden has been created in a charity complex near the bus station in Danang at the building cost of approximately 50 million VNDs (3000 AUDs). In this garden, natural farming will be applied without using any pesticides, herbicides, chemicals and NPK. In this respect, natural vegetables will be supplied for those who need to keep themselves and their families healthy and safe. The income gained will be spent for reproduction and for the charity activities organized and coordinated by TỪ HÒA-CICG.
The furrows ready for planting
Fortunately, some Buddhists have volunteered to care for such a garden, which is also an ideal place for the seniors to be engaged in watering and looking after vegetables using watering cans stored in the gardening tool shed. Spray irrigation is also applied through plastic tubes installed in equal distances along the furrows.
We do hope this vegetable garden will be successful, stimulating further ones to be developed in the near future, benefitting many more people and increasing income for TỪ HÒA-CICG’s charity fund.
Dr. Tien Dang