Increasing Coffee Production with Fersan ‘Coffee-Lizer’

Coffee is the second most consumed beverage in the world, and Jamaican coffee is counted amongst the best, particularly coffee grown in the island’s Blue Mountain range. Newport-Fersan (Jamaica) Limited is committed to ensuring that the standard of this product is maintained, and our ┬áspecially-blended ‘Coffee-Lizer’ is a testament to that commitment. Fersan’s Coffee-Lizer is […]

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Fertilizer – An Expense or an Investment

This month’s edition of ‘The Agriculturist’ features a thought-provoking piece by our Business Development Manager Hedda Rose Pitter, in which she discusses the topic ‘Fertilizer – An Expense or an Investment’. Let us know what you think in the comments, and be sure to grab a copy of ‘The Agriculturalist’ at a farm store near […]

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Fersan Farmer Marlon Sheriff

Meet Fersan Farmer Marlon Sheriff. Located in Windsor Castle, St. Mary, he has 20,000 lovely cabbage seedlings established in different stages! We can’t wait to see how they grow!

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Fersan Farmer Damian Wedderburn

Meet Fersan Farmer Damian Wedderburn; a proud pepper, plantain, Irish potato, and onion farmer, based in St Mary. He spoke to us about how he has been able to improve his crop yield with our products, and with the assistance of our team!

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Fersan Farmer Fitz Albert Blake

Meet Fersan Farmer Fitz Albert Blake. Located in Kentish District, Point Hill, St Catherine, Mr Blake just planted 1/2 an acre of Irish potato, using our “Potato Lizer Starta” fertilizer!

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Newport Fersan Jamaica’s Year in Review (2017)

For us here at Newport Fersan Jamaica, the year 2017 was filled with so many memorable encounters, and exciting experiences, and we would like to thank YOU our customers, for making it all possible! If you’ve missed any of it, please enjoy these highlights!

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Fersan Farmer Alton Wilmot

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.

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