Green Terrace was established in 2016 farming on 2 hectares and has since grown to farming on 14 hectares of open land, 10 green houses and 10 shade net structures. We focus on farming high value vegetable crops and supply leading retailers, food processors and fresh produce markets across South Africa.
We adopt strict and high standard farming techniques that ensure and guarantee quality produce for the consumer market, and we consult technical experts on all the relative aspects of crop farming right from the inception of soil and water testing, crop production planning, acceptable growing and harvesting methods, packaging and delivery standards required.
We farm sustainably by ensuring that we receive the best yields possible from our plants using minimal natural resources. This is made possible by the existing structures on our farm.
Farming intensively for us means that we are able to produce twice the amount of tons/kg on a piece of land than we would have done on additional land. We turn our crops much quicker adding more planting cycles into the year than traditional farming methods.
Agri is our way of life. We value agriculture because it helps us create more sustainable jobs for the people living in our neighbouring communities and by increasing our production output, we are able to contribute towards the fight against food scarcity.
Our summer 2018 planting season started off with a bang and great excitement, however the excitement was cut short by adverse weather conditions, guinea fowls and rat feeding activities. We started planting our marrow s
Soil is one of the most important assets in farming, unless you are growing your veggies using hydroponics. And as we enter into a new season, we felt it best to share a few tips on how to carefully prepare, protect and
On Tuesday 17th of July, Green Terrace in company with other famers had the honour of being hosted by one of our stakeholders, Omnia Fertiliser at their Sasolburg plant in the Free State. It was a richly informative sess
Baby marrow has a delicate flavor and contains a variety of vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds.
Also called sweet peppers, bell peppers can be eaten either raw or cooked and are rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants.
Green beans, string beans, or snap beans are a rich source of vitamins A, C, and K, and of folic acid and fiber.
Swiss chard is a good source of calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, sodium, phosphorus and vitamin E.
Address: Mapleton, Boksburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Phone: +27 11 027 5633