Since the beginning of November, weather conditions are ideal for most veggies. Our farms are in full swing in terms of product offerings, but not yet maximized due to the current situation in Thailand. On top of our regular products we have started new trials to follow suit with customer requirements. During cold months, less fruits are available, but we will keep on supplying citrus (Lemon, Tahiti lime and lime), bananas and mulberry occasionally.
We have had our first harvest of pink pomelos and pink grapefruits. Not too bad, but not yet where we would like it to be in terms of fruit quality and taste. The harvest of coffee beans has started and will last until end of December. We pay extreme care to the beans selection and only harvest the ripe ones, meaning we visit our trees about 5 to 6 times. This is quite a lengthy process, but ensures a high quality end product.
The following veggies are in the ground:
- Roots veggies
- Carrots (yellow, purple and orange), turnip, daikon, beetroot, radish pink and black, fennel
- Fruits veggies
- Tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini
- Leaves veggies
- Lettuce (10 different kind)
- Mizuna red and green
- Wild roquette and rucola
- Stems veggies
- Spring onions, onion leeks
- Seeds veggies
- Beans, baby corn
- Gourd veggies
- Brassica veggies
- Curly Kale
- Thyme, oregano, marjoram, curly and flat parsley, chives, sorrel, mint
- Products on trials
- Cauliflower, broccoli, green radish, yellow zucchini
Uraiwan Farm does not grow veggies for the market, but only for specific customers with whom we establish a long term relationship. It’s best to give us an indication in advance of which product would be of interest to you with weekly estimate quantities.
We have maintained prices without increases since April 2019 and may do some adjustment at the beginning of 2020.
For any questions, please do not hesitate to call us at 081 024 00 52 (English) and 090 321 00 32 (Thai).