No one understands the laws of the land quite like a farmer. That understanding is all the more enhanced when a farmer has experience in cultivating a variety of crops. This week, for #fersanfarmerfriday, we'll be featuring one such farmer; Westmoreland-based Andrew Gardner. Located in Fort Williams, Westmoreland, Gardner grows papayas, scotch bonnet peppers, coconuts, basil, sweet … Continue reading Fersan Farmer Andrew Gardner
If we were to conduct a global survey, millions would agree, a strong, fragrant cup of coffee is hands down, the best way to start the day! Getting the best out of those beans, however, takes a lot more effort than meets the eye, and no one understands this better than our experienced coffee farmers. … Continue reading Coffee Cultivation with Newport Fersan Fertilizers
Orchids are exotic, and easy to love. As such, they are some of the most commonly grown houseplants in Jamaica. But despite their popularity, they can be a little temperamental at times, and can be surprisingly tricky to care for. Figuring out when to water them, and where to place them to ensure good air … Continue reading Enhancing your Orchids with Fersan Solubles!
Thank God it's #fersanfarmerfriday! This week, we celebrate Fersan Farmer Pamelitta Dann, of the Yallahs Agro Park, in St Thomas, Jamaica. The recent recipient of praise from Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, the Hon. Karl Samuda, for growing the best onions he's seen across the island, Pamelitta says she has been farming all her life, … Continue reading Fersan Farmer Pamelitta Dann
Whether or not you are lucky enough to have been blessed with a proverbial green thumb at birth, if you're a lover of beautiful backyard gardens, then naturally you'll want yours to be the best it can possibly be. Luckily, we have a line of products that can help you do just that! FERSAN-SOLUBLES is … Continue reading Boosting your backyard with Fersan Solubles
At Newport Fersan Jamaica Limited we love our farmers! Each week we'll be featuring one of our best and brightest in the field. This week we visited Alton Wilmot, in Carmel, Westmoreland, to see how his crops (Irish potato, tomato and cabbage) were doing. Alton, who has been a farmer for 45 years, and a … Continue reading Fersan Farmer Alton Wilmot