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Category: Natural Farming EN

GROW A FOOD GARDEN

Food tastes way better when you grow your own. Growing your own food also comes with many other positives. “A person who is growing a garden, if he is growing it organically, is improving a piece of the world. He is producing something to eat, which makes him somewhat independent of the grocery business, but he is also enlarging, for himself, the meaning of food and the pleasure of eating,”...
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The UPOV Convention Is Not Suitable For Malaysia, Denies Farmers’ Rights, Encourages Biopiracy And Threatens Agrobiodiversity

Farmers in Malaysia obtain seed supplies from various sources, namely from government agencies such as the Department of Agriculture (DOA), the private sector through seed wholesalers and retailers, and from friends and family members. Based on legislation, seeds can be divided into protected varieties and non-protected varieties. Protected varieties are registered under the plant variety...
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“AGROECOLOGY FOR ALL: INITIATIVES IN MALAYSIA” – A CAP Publication

The Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) has published a book, Agroecology for All: Initiatives in Malaysia, which explores agroecology best practices through the personal experiences of smallholder farmers, urban gardeners, communities, social and educational institutions, and individuals. The publication highlights agroecology as a way to work toward food sovereignty, where the control of...
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Making of Plants Boosters

Making of Plants Boosters. Join this training to learn about simple recipes and techniques on liquid fertilizers, which can help the growth of plants, increase flowers and fruits. Valuable tips will be shared on plant care. Please confirm your participation by banking your registration fees to the Maybank account. Thank You
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CAP’s Agroecological Urban Gardening Project Listed in Transformative Cities ATLAS OF UTOPIAS

Atlas of Utopias, the Transformative Cities compilation of local utopias from all across the globe, has been revised and updated – 40 communities from 34 cities and 23 countries – and CAP’s urban farming and gardening project is listed in it. The Atlas showcases stories from communities around the world involved in transformation of housing, water, food and energy policies and practices....
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Join CAP to celebrate our Earth Day on 22 April 2023

Click here to watch promo video! Hurry to get your borage plant package!! Collection Point : CAP Office, No 10, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600 Penang. Promotion Period : 13th April till 20th April 2023 Collection Time : 9.30am to 1.00pm & 2.00pm to 4.30pm Lets play our role to make this earth happier and healthier! Thank you. Lemon Borage Lemonade - A Refreshing Drink  
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Home Nutrition Garden Training

Date : 25-03-2023 (Saturday) Time : 9.00am - 12.00pm Venue : CAP 10, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600, Penang, Malaysia Call & Whatsapp to register yourself for participation to this number: 019-5372427 Only limited participants!! Thank you, CAP Location: Use Waze to drive to Consumers Association of Penang (CAP):  
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CAP: Pesticides tainted vegetables and rice in the market

The Consumers Association of Penang calls for consumers to be cautious of the high amount of pesticides detected in the vegetables and rice sold in the market. In the study, a total of 112 samples of vegetables and 20 samples of rice were tested for the presence of pesticides. Out of which 98 samples or 87.5% of vegetables and 11 samples or 55% of rice contained pesticides. Samples were...
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