The other photos I took from his friends' photos. I am fascinated by this coconut tree. So short and yet produces so many coconuts.
There are three advantages for this variety. One is that harvesting the nuts are easy; two, it is relatively safe from being toppled by strong typhoons and winds; and three, no threat of falling nuts on houses during heavy winds.
I think this nut needs lots of fertilizers to sustain such a huge output.
Bamboo shoots, they are a delicacy for many rural folks. My favorite is when it chopped shoots are mixed with coconut milk plus other leafy vegetables plus shrimps and served hot, awww!
Cabbage, on slightly sloping farm land.
Protecting sloping land from erosion.
Bt Eggplants and Organic Farming, December 20, 2010
Vegetable Plots in the Farm, April 17, 2011
Wonderful Crops of Thailand, April 02, 2013
Bountiful Crops from the Agrarian World, July 20, 2013