New project in Negri Sembilan shines a light on natural farming

Ho spent over 10 years learning about natural farming from some of the top experts around the world and is putting everything he learnt into practice on the plot of land in Kuala Pilah. — Photos: HO TING SENG

You might not imagine the sleepy town of Kuala Pilah in Negri Sembilan to be the epicentre of a farming revolution, but this is exactly the place that has been earmarked for change.

On a small 3.5 acre plot of land in the area, a secondary forest has been cleared and herb and vegetable seedlings are being transplanted onto the spot. The farming methods used are relatively unorthodox in Malaysia, where commercial farming has long supplanted any traditional farming forms.

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