It has been our dream that the Inundo Model Farm would demonstrate what is possible as we wisely steward the land and all the natural resources that God has given us like sun, rain, organic material, and seed. It is vital that when people come to visit the farm, there is on display an abundance … Continue reading From Dirt to Soil
We have the incredible joy and delight of now being able to look back at the first few months on the Inundo property on Cadmoor Road in Outer West Durban. We had in faith planned, in our original moving timeline, to be moved and settled in time to plant our first field crop. It feels … Continue reading Harvesting an Overflow and Anticipating the Future
When one walks attentively in a natural forest, one’s senses are inundated: the sounds of the breeze through the leaves, the birds singing away, and the buzz of insects; the play of the sunlight through the branches, the infinite hues of green among the countless types of foliage; and the earthy smell. There are incredible … Continue reading What is Compost?
Both Kerry and Dan were born on different continents, Kerry in Zimbabwe and Dan in Canada. When they were first married, they lived in Edmonton, Canada and experienced the challenges of a short summer growing season and long, cold months of winter. Even in those early years together, Dan and Kerry found ways to produce … Continue reading The Gift of Good Land
There were lots of reasons not to plant a field of maize this season. When it was time for preparing the field for planting, we had barely moved our furniture and boxes into the house. We were still finishing up home improvements, and we were very hard-pressed for time. We didn’t have compost ready. A … Continue reading The Power of a Demonstration Field
Welcome to the Inundo model farm. We took possession of the property on September 9, 2019 and began field preparation in early October. Our first maize and beans demonstration was planted on November 4, 2019. Walk with us as we share some of the philosophy behind our passion and why agriculture is an important area … Continue reading A Tour Of Inundo