Taking delight in urban farming during MCO

The Kangkar Pulai Kenari Flats community farming project recently bagged the first runner-up prize in this year’s Town and Country Planning Department Green Neighbourhood Award, thanks to the residents’ efforts.

JOHOR BARU: Urban farming is getting increasingly popular among residents here, with many turning to horticulture to pass their time especially during the pandemic.

Property developer Datuk Steve Chong Yoon On, who is Federation of Hakka Associations Malaysia president, found himself with a lot of time on his hands during the movement control order (MCO) in March and decided to do some gardening.

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