Farm tour at Greens Bali

Ivan Valor and Helen Hobson, founders of Greens Bali are very eager on accelerating vertical farming in Indonesia as traditional farming practices aren't particularly good for the environment: depletion, pesticide use, and all the usual.
Ivan Valor and Helen Hobson, founders of Greens Bali are very eager on accelerating vertical farming in Indonesia as traditional farming practices aren't particularly good for the environment: depletion, pesticide use, and all the usual.
A glimpse of the farm
A glimpse of the farm
The company's newest addition, Red Veined Sorrel
The company's newest addition, Red Veined Sorrel
As Ivan puts it, the farm's 'experimental shelve' with Baby Arugula and Baby Kale
As Ivan puts it, the farm's 'experimental shelve' with Baby Arugula and Baby Kale
Green Radish Daikon
Green Radish Daikon
Ivan Valor, Priscilla Heeffer and Helen Hobson all stepped in for a group photo
Ivan Valor, Priscilla Heeffer and Helen Hobson all stepped in for a group photo 
Proper ventilation systems are used to maintain an amicable climate for the greens
Proper ventilation systems are used to maintain an amicable climate for the greens
Ivan explaining every bit of the farm 
Ivan explaining every bit of the farm 
Red Radish at their third day of growth
Red Radish at their third day of growth
The first shelf shows cilantro and wheatgrass. As well as the living pots that are distributed to restaurants 
The first shelf shows cilantro and wheatgrass. As well as the living pots that are distributed to restaurants 
Cilantro- The only microgreens that chefs like with the seed huls on it according to Ivan 
Cilantro- The only microgreens that chefs like with the seed huls on it according to Ivan 
Wheatgrass just harvested and weighed to prepare it for send-off
Wheatgrass just harvested and weighed to prepare it for send-off
Look at that, ready to harvest 
Look at that, ready to harvest 
Imported non-gmo seeds 
Imported non-gmo seeds 
Another sight of the farm
Another sight of the farm
The substrate is washed to remove bacterias 
The substrate is washed to remove bacterias 
An employees is mixing cocopeat and peatmoss for propagation
An employees is mixing cocopeat and peatmoss for propagation
Once the trays are rinsed, it's time to add the substrate and get to seeding 
Once the trays are rinsed, it's time to add the substrate and get to seeding 
Various products were brought in for Priscilla and her family to taste 
Various products were brought in for Priscilla and her family to taste 
No doubt they enjoyed :)
No doubt they enjoyed :) 
Helen and Ivan showing the produce
Helen and Ivan showing the produce

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