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  WE ARE FARMERS

WE KNOW CULTIVATE WITHOUT POLLUTING OUR PLANET.

WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH.



OUR PHILOSOPHY

Produce using the ancient knowledge inherited from our Mayan ancestors.

 

The position of the moon, constellations of our solar system, and the

Mayan Calendars "Haab” and “Xok-k'iin", guides us in our production

process, from seed selection, planting in plot and pruning fruit trees.

Our Mayan ancestors have inherited us their astronomical knowledge, and

with the ancient wisdom applied, we don't need chemicals to increase the

size and quality of our fruit.



 


 


       

The Temple of Kukulkan or Pyramid of Kukulcan ,
also known by the name "El Castillo" .
The present church was built in the twelfth century a.C.,
for the Itzá in the ancient city of Chichen Itza , originally
founded by the Mayan people in the same sixth century a.C.
in the territory belonging to the Mexican state of Yucatan

 
In this construction Worshiped the Mayan god Kukulkan (Feathered Serpent) that's why can be seen serpentine motifs in architectural decoration. Moreover also has symbolism that hint at the most important numbers used in the calendar

Haab (solar agricultural calendar), the calendar Tzolkin (sacred calendar)
and the calendar round . The alignment of the pyramid construction allows to observe various phenomena of light and shade, which are produced in its own surface during the equinoxes and solstices each  year. .                                                     

 

 

   

  

Our location

  
Dzan, Yucatan, Mexico.

   Postal Code: 97854

   Calle 20 # 106/21 and  23 Centre.

   parallel:

   20.38 degrees North latitude.

   89.46 ° West longitude.                
                                                           
                                                                     
                                                                                                 






 
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Frutas cítricas. Dzan, Yucatán, México.