Groups welcome timely urban farming guideline


Vegetables are planted in a systematic and tidy manner at the premises of Seri Perlis 2 flats.

URBAN farming is growing in popularity, especially now during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Many people are spending more time at home and taking up farming as a resourceful hobby, while some are also earning an income from selling the produce.

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