This word aptly used to describe the Zero-Shade Cocoa
Planting method by our Executive Chairman, Hong Ngit Ming. Cocoa yields
have tripled in small estates and big plantations worldwide as well.
He has succeeded where others have failed.
So, what is great about this Zero-Shade Cocoa Planting
Commercial planting of cocoa for the last 400 years was all under
shade cover - Cocoa was originally found growing under jungle; it
was thought that cocoa needed shade. Hong reasoned that since mango
and citrus trees, first found growing in the jungle could be grown
in the open fields without shade. The same could be applied to cocoa
trees. Others before him attempted some isolated research and trial
but all failed. Hong, through his own unique experiments and
research made the breakthrough that cocoa trees could grow
vigorously without shade in open fields. Hence the name " ZERO-SHADE
Economic benefits from Zero-Shade Cocoa
1. Cocoa yields have tripled and hence lower cost of production -
sustains the cocoa businesses during abnormal climatic condition and
eroded commodity prices.
2. No more shade planting; hence lower cost of planting and no
competition for moisture during drought.
3. Precocity - yield much quicker, hence lower capital outlay,
earlier and higher payback.
If you are interested to know more about this theory, please
e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org or buy his
fascinating book :
'Development History of Zero-shade Cocoa And Its Theories - Let
There Be Light' costing you only USD30 exclusive of