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Organic pharming project 2014 ppt

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Organic pharming project 2014 ppt

  1. 1. Presenter, Lwin Mon Kyaw Organic Farm Management Representative Fame Pharmaceuticals FAME Pharmaceuticals Organic Pharming Project
  2. 2. Agenda
  3. 3. Vision To promote sustainable Organic Agriculture Practice through out the country.
  4. 4. Goals • To develop sustainable organic agriculture communities in Myanmar. • To train organic agriculture farming practice to local farmers and graduates from agriculture university. • To promote sustainable income for local farmers. • To minimize the risk of hazards to the environment. • To conserve biodiversity and endanger medicinal plants species in Myanmar. • To promote a public awareness of healthy living by using non-GMO, pesticides and chemical free produces in daily food chain. • To supply high quality raw ingredients to our factory and export throughout the world.
  5. 5. Organization Chart of FAME Organic Pharming Project Managing Director Management Representative Managers Planning Account Admin Supervisor Workers Cashier Yangon Office Organic Farm (Pyin Oo Lwin)
  6. 6. Situated at Kywe-Na-Htauk Village, Annesakhan, Pyin Oo Lwin. Width - 55acres (22hectares)
  7. 7. Plants List of FAME Organic Farm •Allium sativum •Aloe vera •Artemisia annua •Artemisia vulgaris •Astragalus membranaceu •Asystasia gangetica •Curcuma longa •Daucus carota •Desmodium triquetrum •Dichroa febrifuga •Emblica officinalis •Ginkgo biloba •Glycine soja •Gynura procumbens •Helianthus annus •Hibiscus esculentus •Lawsonia alba •Leucaena glauca •Medicago sativa •Momordica charantia •Moringa oleifera •Orthosiphon aristatus •Persea americana •Plantago major •Quiqualis indica •Solanum indicum/torvum •Tinospora cordifolia, •Triticum aestivum •Vitis discolor/ Vitis repens, •Yew tree •Zingiber officinale •Psidium guajava •Glycyrrhiza glabra •Spinacea olearacea •Hisbiscus cannabinus •Ipomoea aguatica •Eclipta alba •Psidium guajava •Ocimum americanum •Alysicarpus vaginalis •Lychee •Niger pann •Star anise
  8. 8. B. Fertilizers, Manures and additives • Natural fertilizer • Earthworm fertilizer • Effective Microorganism bokashi (EM bokashi) • Cow manure • Bat manure • Gypsum • Saw dust • Ash • Baking soda • Rice bran
  9. 9. Natural Fertilizer (for one pit) Pit filled with.. Farm waste layer 2 inches of dry cow manure 2 inches of top soil 1 lit of EM (conc) and dung Temperature raised (60- 65C) within 3-4 days 300 lit of water Good quality compost ready within 3-4 months
  10. 10. Earthworm Fertilizer (for one tank) Small Stone Layer Top soil layer Farm waste materials Dry cow manure 600-1000 Earthworms Feeding (rice brans, saw dust) Water (100 lits) 3 months Earthworm Fertilizer
  11. 11. Plantago GynuraAlfalfa Systemic Crop Growing Mulching Crop Rotations
  12. 12. D. Water Management
  13. 13. E. Weed Management • Hand-weeding • Mechanically tilling around plants • Ploughing • Crop rotation • Mulching
  14. 14. F. Pest Management • Biological Pest Control – Bee Keeping • Companion - insecrepellent crop planting • Artemesia spp • Marigold • Allium sativum • Capsicum
  15. 15. G. Organic Risk Management • 5m-wide buffer zones • Tree lines – bamboo - shrubs - banana
  16. 16. G. Organic Risk Management • Preserve Biodiversity • Wild land
  17. 17. Post-Harvesting Plan After Harvesting… Good qualified leaves are selected by hands Packed with labellings (FAME logo, IFOAM, USDA, ACO) Fresh herbal leaves are stored separately and carefully to avoid contanmination Transport vehicles are checked before use for cleanliness, chemical spills, foreign objects, pest infestations. Records keep in farm for 2 years After 2 yearsDocument Control Centre in FAME Factory Handling Storage Transportation Recording
  18. 18. Bee Keeping Vision • To assure the quality of bee keeping and honey extraction processing.
  19. 19. Bee Keeping Bee House • 10 bee houses, each has 5 hives • 50 bee hives in organic pharming project Bee House Bees Bee Hive
  20. 20. Bee Keeping Bee Feeding • For bee food  sunflowers , niger pan plantation, Seasonal Flowers • During falling seasons of these plants  natural sugar made from toddy palm spp.
  21. 21. Bee Keeping Honey Extraction • Use centrifuge system • For Organic Honey production
  22. 22. Training Centre Training room Library Nursery center
  23. 23. Training Centre
  24. 24. Public Training
  25. 25. Organic Certifications MOAG ( Myanmar Organic Agriculture Group) • Certified on 2010-present
  26. 26. Organic Certifications ACT (Agriculture Certification Thailand) • Certified on 2010-present
  27. 27. Organic Certifications United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) • Certified on February 2014

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