Land plot in Belihuloya dedicated for propagation of herbal plants. Developing and maintaining herbarium forest to conserve indigenous medicinal plants and biodiversity. Provided the green houses with misting system & drip hoses to control heat, moisture and shade for protect and perfect growth for nursery herb plants. In 2018 More than 2500 herb plants varieties were successfully established in field. Along with the herbarium forest reserve, exhibition plots of various rare and useful medicinal plants are established for visitors to gain valuable awareness and knowledge.
Belihuloya to facilitate and experiment various methods of sustainable agricultural practices while completely deviating from contemporary chemical based farming. Our agricultural practice is traditional natural farming. Using Organic liquid fertilizer and maintains zero hazards methods to protect air, soil, water and bio diversity. We provide knowledge and awareness to our visitors on the use of Jeewa Moortha, Fish Tonic, Fruit Tonic, Traditional Agricultural Methods (Kem Krama) and Universal Energy.
With the introduction of hybrid and GMO varieties, the green revolution has victimized many species varieties and reduced biodiversity drastically. Therefore a significant effort need to be made to conserve the existing seeds and plant propagation. Some of the traditional varieties hidden away in the rural communities is required to be found and conserved for future propagation. There have been traditional techniques in Sri Lanka for the preservation of seeds.