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Tropical fruit season starts with Lawalu (English – Canistel) at Jetwing Kaduruketha

Lavalu (Pouteria campechiana) is an evergreen tree native to southern Mexico and cultivated in Asian countries like Sri Lanka for its fruit. It grows up to 10 meters (33 ft) high. The fruit is sweet, with a texture often compared… Continue Reading →

Organic farm at Jetwing Beach

Jetwing Beach has been operating an organic agricultural park for over a year, growing and harvesting various edible crops as well as mangrove plants (mal kadol- Aegiceras Corriculatum, Karen koku-Acrosticum, Manda-Avicennia marina) which were donated by NARA Negombo to enhance… Continue Reading →

Converting a Pinus plantation to a Rainforest in Kurunda Kanda, Galle

Kurunda Kanda is a small Pinus plantation owned by the Forest Department, which is about 22 acres in extent. This is the only remaining forest patch in Labuduwa, Karapitiya area of Galle. On the 26th of October 2014, the Biodiversity… Continue Reading →

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