Training in growing organic vegetables and fruit

In the first training class in 2020, FDJM will train 22 young people in the soil-less cultivation of organic vegetables and fruit. Soil-less cultivation on peat and coconut soil is not only particularly water-saving, but also protects the region’s hard-wearing soil and is therefore less seasonal than any other type of cultivation.

The training consists of three phases: A theoretical training on the premises of FDJM, a practical training on specially rented fields and a further training in marketing and selling the harvested products. All training phases are accompanied by local partners.


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