The Change Officer podcast with Gregory Lu, CEO, and Co-founder at Natufia
Read an interview about the pertinent challenges in agriculture now and how to disrupt the use of pesticides and decrease the percentage of water and food waste.
A pepper that is not a pepper
The chili pepper is considered the first spice to have ever been used by humans. Chili seeds have been found in archaeological deposits.
12 Life-Changing Reasons to Cook with Homegrown Plants & Herbs
Grow hydroponically fresh herbs and greens in the unit chamber, and discover life-changing reasons to cook with homegrown plants.
Plant science to your plate: meet Aigerim, our botanist
Aigerim is looking after the plants and the science behind it all, before adding to our seeds' portfolio. She shares her tips on growing with Natufia...
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Top Secrets to growing happy basil
Growing beautiful and healthy plants is a pleasure when you have the right tips and background information. Basil is a single-stemmed plant, which grows quite quickly and likes partial harvest during the growing cycle. Harvesting or pruning your basil correctly can make it bushier and therefore yield more. How to accomplish that?..
Seeds, in a nutshell
In different shapes, sizes, and colours, plant seeds represent another type of treasure. Seeds are a source of life, containing everything a sprouting young plant needs. As different as snowflakes, seeds can be categorised in many ways. Today I would like to briefly discuss the differences of the heirloom, F1 Type hybrid, and open pollinated seeds.
Sweet Basil – Royal Herb
We just love basil! We grow this fabulous herb in our lab garden units – and it just makes the whole team feel so happy. If you rub a basil leaf between your fingers, an irresistible aroma fill your senses. And the taste –sweet and spicy at the same time. If you’ve ever used basil in food or decoration, how can you not love it?