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Salak plant cultivation


“Our Snake Fruit farm is more than land and crops. It’s our family’s heritage and future.”

Hii! I’m Prasetya, a 28 years old fruits enthusiast and also a farmer.

I was very Lucky to be born and raised in Central Java, Indonesia, a tropical country that is abundant with arable fertile soils.

I mainly grow snake fruit on a 7.000 square meters field, it is my family heritage. My father began planting and cultivating snake fruit since 1998, so it has been 18 years to date.

I also have several other fruit trees such as Durian, Avocado, Mango, Jackfruit, Papaya, Lychee, Orange, Soursop, Starfruit, Guava, Duku, Rambutan and Banana planted in a permaculture yard.

Besides agricultural products and horticultural commodities, I also find myself falling in love with flowers. Not only for its beauty but also its prices. Selling flowers is fun, you give happiness and you get additional income in return.
So I thought it would be a good idea to blog about fruits, veggies and flowers.

I hope you enjoy reading the content on this blog.

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I passionately believe that snake fruit provides a lot of health benefits. The fruit is good for pregnant women, it can cure nearsightedness, maintain stamina, promotes overall body health, and so forth.

However, it might be difficult to find it in your country. Since this is a tropical fruit, you will rarely see it in your local fruit stall, moreover if you lives in the UK, US or Europe.

Therefore, thorough this blog I wish to spread the word about snake fruit and hopefully it can be available worldwide, so everyone can taste it and also get all the benefits it has.

The information on this blog are not intended to replace advice from a qualified medical practitioner. Always consult with your doctor before adopting any of the suggestions from this blog.