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Finca El Vértice
Finca El Vértice
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Vereda Rio Frío, Támesis, Antioquia, CO
Climate zone:
Wet Tropical

Allie Gill João Gonçalves
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Finca El Vértice

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Avocado plantation on a hillside by the RioFrío River, adopting permaculture techniques for soil conservation, and diversification of produce.

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We have rectified 20 contour lines 80 meters long with mulch protecting the borders to prevent overflow erosion of the terraces and planted lettuces, tomatoes, onions, carrots, peas, corn, beans, potatoes, strawberries, tree tomato, granadilla, and many more edible fruits and vegetables using no till gardening. I have placed contour lines made with mulch harvested on site over 200 meters long and planted new avocados and in between them corn and potatoes. To the existing 200 avocados boomerang berms have been placed using mulch.


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