Greetings and welcome to Grow Moringa Farms in Plant City, Florida. We grow moringa trees! I'd love to share with you today exactly what's going on at the farm. You can see here that we're growing this plot of moringa trees in like a hedge row. I'm going to go ahead and show you some of the different ways that you can grow Moringa. This is actually from some cuttings and some of our cuttings are actually starting to come back here on this nice mulch mound. We're on two and a half acres; everything here pretty much froze back and it's just now starting to re-sprout. Loving that the greens are starting to come back. I'm gonna do a little bit of a harvest for you guys so you can see a little bit later about how to actually sell your Moringa greens fresh and beautiful. Let's get into the top three methods for growing Moringa
The first method we're going to look at is the orchard method. We have ours on double staggered rows. The trees are ten feet apart down the row and the row is staggered five feet apart diagonally. This helps them grow to their full height and gives us enough room between trees to harvest easily. It also lets us do things like mow the grass.
The second method we'll look at is the hedge row. These trees are planted 3-7 feet apart. You could use this method as a living fence, as a wind break, or a barrier between your garden and orchard. With them so close it makes harvesting them go a lot faster. But these shouldn't get as big as your orchard style trees.
This is the third iteration and check this out, you can grow Moringa on mounds just like this. T hey're really close together; like six inches apart. We have a nice little mama Moringa at the end here telling all her little babies how to grow. Look how close together they are. This is a good way to get a lot of biomass quickly. Great for micro green production. A lot of these will die off, and that's okay. Save only the ones that look really good at the seasons end and transfer them to pots to sell or put them in your orchard.
Inside our greenhouse we have the fan blowing so that way it's got nice circulation. The trees are growing really well now and these are our bio bags. The bio bags are starting to sprout. These bags are about three inches by four and a half inches and the trees are starting to just come out. I know that's a little bit blurry just because of the distance there but you get the idea of all of those beautiful little trees coming in. That's our lovely little greenhouse. It has been about two or three weeks since we started sprouting all these bags. We added lots of perlite to these peat moss pellets and we actually started using the BioStimulant on them.
I'll show you the back back part of the the operation where we have also the trees and one gallons. All of these trees got frozen back in the frost but we're starting to get them back. We're going to repot them. We cut all these trees back and they're all just starting to push back out.
Harvest! Harvest! Harvest!
Don't let your greens go to waste. A lot of people seem to be afraid of grabbing the greens and using it but these trees are vigorous growers and they love to be harvested and provide tons of abundance. Look at this baby it's popping out of the bottom here.Have a great day and i'll see you soon. Peace, love and prosperous growing.