Mr. Nip is the third-generation heir of Nip's Organic Farm. His grandfather was an aboriginal and started his life as a farmer. The farmland was mainly for growing rice. Then pass it to his father to continue growing rice. Mr. Nip took over the farm in the 1980s. He changed the rice field to grow vegetables and fruits. The current farm is about 70,000 feet. In 2017, he obtained the organic certification certificate, which proves that Nie has the airport to grow vegetables and the fruits are free of pesticides. There are a variety of minerals and vegetables in crops cultivated with soil; fruits are particularly sweet and crisp, and minerals have many benefits (resistance) to the human body.
The farm has numerous products, including sweet corn, powdered ginger, turmeric, yellow small carrots, purple small carrots, papaya, milk banana, beetroot, salad greens, Roman lettuce, powder ginger, turmeric, milk banana, super sweet corn, papaya, yellow small Carrot, purple small carrot, broccoli, yellow broccoli, purple broccoli, beetroot, etc.
The farm has some specialty vegetables, such as yellow broccoli, purple broccoli, yellow small carrots, purple small carrots, etc. Hydroponic cultivation of vegetables will be cleaner, but without minerals, the taste of vegetables will be light and not sweet.