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Overseas Visitors’ Favorite Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

As the farming and fridging technology advances, farmers utilize their skills to conduct production adjustment so that grapes become available year round in Taiwan. The harvest peaks between June and August so those who love juicy, sweet fruits and grape picking-- mark it on your calendar!

The owner of Naimi Farm, Xiwei HUANG, expects himself to grow the grapes attentively with a sharp mind that can even discern nano sensations and he earnestly applies knowledge to the grape farming; therefore, he named the farm "Naimi", meaning nano. He used to have a teaching post; as the second generation of a grape farming family, he decided to return home and take care of the grape garden 20 some years ago. Now the garden has gained some reputation. He emphasizes quality and features fruit picking tour so overseas visitors always name Naimi if they want to try grape picking.

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: A corner of Naimi Farm.</p>

There is a knack for grape picking, so the visitors have to take an introductory lesson before entering the garden. Mr. Huang insists on this requirement because it only takes 2 seconds to make a mistake, but the 2 seconds will have a great impact on the harvest of that vine in the coming year. <br/>After we got into the fruit garden through the woven net, the vineland full of grapes came into sight. The fruits in fuchsia hanging on the vine branches all <br/>over the net house show the grape romance. There is bloom coating on the grapes, which means the fruit is fresh and contains sugar. The bloom is not rumored pesticide and there is no need to wash it away by flour.

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Grapes all over the garden make it a beautiful background for photo shooting.</p>

Drug free and non toxic farming in the garden, so freshly picked grapes can be put into the mouth after being washed by water. A certificate indicating pesticide free by a well known testing laboratories company is posted on the announcement board. We went to the field and saw Mr. Huang picking the grape and putting it into his mouth to show his confidence on the drug and pesticide free fruits. <br/>There are also figs in the farm. We have seen dried figs but never tried fresh ones which are large and bring a mouthful aroma and sugar. We immediately fell in love with the flavor. The figs were already sold out by reservation. We pleaded with Mr Huang to cut the fig in half for photo shooting so we had the opportunity to taste it! <br/>

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: The left hand is Kyoho Grape and the right hand is Honey Red. Honey Red is not for home delivery, you have to come and pick to taste them fresh. </p>

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: Figs are already sold out by reservation--- it is not available even you have money. </p>

June to August is the harvest season for fruit picking. Make a reservation and come enjoy the fun with friends. Groups are also welcomed and the farm can help arrange meal service. Come for your grape tour!

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: To be friendly with the environment, the farm owner, Xiwei HUANG pioneered to adopt drug-and-pesticide-free way to grow the grapes. </p>

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: The farm receives groups and serves meals. </p>

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: 2.4kgs of grapes can be made only 0.6kg of dried grapes. Any connoisseur knows to bring one pack home. </p>

Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet
Overseas Visitors’ Favorite   Toxic Free Grapes are Large and Sweet

<p style="text-align: center;">Photo: Grapes are tested at the expense of the farm every year and the test report proves the fruit is pesticide free. </p>

Naimi Farm

Add: No. 8, Erheng Lane, Nanshi Village, Dacun Township, Changhua County<br/>TEL: 04-8539810/ 0919-327075<br/>Website: http://0919327075.tw.tranews.com/

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