Open Field System

Open Field System

This is organized cultivation common in African and European agriculture. It involves strips of arable land separated from each other by a furrow, bulk (ridge of land after ploughing) or mere (boundary). This method is widely used for various crops that include but are not limited to maize, barley, tobacco, wheat and cotton. As PachiPamwe Murimi we focus on Horticulture products like tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers, carrots, sweet peppers and other vegetables mainly in an organic way.

Why Open Field?

  • Can be practised on any open land with crops that suit the climatic and soil conditions in the area.
  • It is a simple and cost effective method to set up and run.
  • Highly profitable vegetables or fruit trees can be grown on any size of land efficiently.

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