Planted on April 28, 2019
This video was taken on February 4th, 2021 to show the difference of planting Vetiver at the end of November compared to the previous videos when planted in the spring.
First video April 28, 2019
Short story about an order of Vetiver that was lost in the mail for 6 weeks.
Fourth Video taken on July 20, 2019 showing the growth of a 3 month old Vetiver that was planted April 28, 2019.
This is part 2 of the video after the plant was removed from the ornamental pot.
Vetiver planted about 8 months ago in a ornamental pot so we could observe the root system development.
This is a Vetiver installation for a client in Sayalonga, Spain who had serious erosion issues on a very steep driveway.
Second video May 21, 2019
A 2,000 Vetiver shipment of Vetiver going to the UK for a Project to halt cliff erosion. Stay tuned!
Everyone loves Moringa leaves, even Chickens!
How we use a Vetiver hedge and to help our almond crops.
First client to buy Vetiver for their animals that came on horseback!
Vetiver used as a wind break for young Avocado trees and to line the driveway making a nice entryway.
Vetiver shipments being staged for shipping to France and Italy.
Third video taken on June 2, 2019
These 6 Vetiver slips are about 8 months old and obviously pot bound. Imagine in the earth for this period of time and what it would do to halt erosion issues? In a few months we will pull these 4 plants out to see how it grows in the winter months.
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This video is a continuance of the video above dated February 4, 2021 showing the difference in growth in less than 2 weeks once low night temperatures rise above 10C.
Another video showing how well Vetiver travels while in shipment.
Below are 3 interesting and informative Moringa Videos
Video showing the planting of Vetiver in an ornamental pot on November 28, 2020 to compare with the video below which was planted in the spring.
This experiment with Anna planting Vetiver as an ornamental plant. She is using slips with different size root masses. We wanted to compare root sizes and their growth. The plants used are on the left. Following 3 videos with Dates taken.