Parasites, how to fight them naturally?

Parasites, the nightmare of farmers Mealybugs, red spiders, aphids, white flies, and flea beetles are the worst enemies of our farmers! As you can see, it exists a variety of different parasites that attack entire plantations and can quickly become a nightmare for...

Interesting facts about rhubarb

  Here is another Spring product that was very present in Benoo’s last recipes: rhubarb. Let’s learn more about this crimson vegetable’s secrets.  Yes, we said vegetable! Contrary to popular belief, rhubarb is not a fruit. Pronounced Rheum rhabarbarum in latin,...

Angelique has joined the team!

  This time, it’s Angelique’s turn to join Benoo!  Angélique is supporting the team in areas of  Community Management, Content Writing and Social Media. To complete her last year of Master's Degree in Applied Languages, she arrived in Berlin in January to carry...

Welcome Zahra !

This week, we welcome Zahra to the team. She is a seasoned Project manager with experience in business development as well as a language enthusiast who speaks 6 languages fluently. Currently, she is pursuing a vocational training in Berlin as a Foreign languages...

Welcome Audrey!

Hi everyone! I’m Audrey, 19 years old and I started my internship at the beginning of June at Benoo. The first thing that could define me is that I am addicted to travel. I love getting out of my comfort zone, discovering new cultures and learning languages. That's...

Aquaponics and urban farms: a local, sustainable and profitable economy

How to eat responsibly tomorrow? Aquaponics may not mean anything to you, but it is the future of agriculture. Indeed, these farms don’t need lot of space and water to be extremely productive and have a huge potential for automation. Saving between 90% and 95% of...

The Benefits of Dandelion and its multiples uses

Dandelion, commonly eaten in salads, is also traditionally used for its medicinal properties. The root of the dandelion has been used since ancient times to treat digestive and liver disorders, while its fresh leaves are used in detoxification cures. Nowadays, it is...

A day at the Wilde Gärtnerei

We left early in the morning and arrived by train before 8am in this timeless place of Wilde Gartnerei located in Rüdnitz, a small town of 2000 inhabitants near Bernau. The welcome was very pleasant and we quickly felt at home. We started the day with a circle, where...

Interview with Julia, founder of Daheim Manufaktur

We met Julia in her kitchen a few weeks ago. Today she gives us her tips on how to make cleaning products with leftover fruit. Find out more about her food business in this interview. Can you tell us something about yourself and how DAHEIM MANUFAKTUR came into being....

When Spring Arrives, The Asparagus Season Begins

Asparagus belongs to the Asparagaceae, there are 220 types of asparagus but most are not edible. It will brighten up your dishes between April and June.  Depending on the harvest, they can be green, white or purple. In fact, purple asparagus is a very young asparagus,...
Parasites, how to fight them naturally?

Parasites, how to fight them naturally?

Parasites, the nightmare of farmers Mealybugs, red spiders, aphids, white flies, and flea beetles are the worst enemies of our farmers! As you can see, it exists a variety of different parasites that attack entire plantations and can quickly become a nightmare for...

Interesting facts about rhubarb

Interesting facts about rhubarb

  Here is another Spring product that was very present in Benoo’s last recipes: rhubarb. Let’s learn more about this crimson vegetable’s secrets.  Yes, we said vegetable! Contrary to popular belief, rhubarb is not a fruit. Pronounced Rheum rhabarbarum in latin,...

Angelique has joined the team!

Angelique has joined the team!

  This time, it’s Angelique’s turn to join Benoo!  Angélique is supporting the team in areas of  Community Management, Content Writing and Social Media. To complete her last year of Master's Degree in Applied Languages, she arrived in Berlin in January to carry...

Welcome Zahra !

Welcome Zahra !

This week, we welcome Zahra to the team. She is a seasoned Project manager with experience in business development as well as a language enthusiast who speaks 6 languages fluently. Currently, she is pursuing a vocational training in Berlin as a Foreign languages...

Welcome Audrey!

Welcome Audrey!

Hi everyone! I’m Audrey, 19 years old and I started my internship at the beginning of June at Benoo. The first thing that could define me is that I am addicted to travel. I love getting out of my comfort zone, discovering new cultures and learning languages. That's...

The Benefits of Dandelion and its multiples uses

The Benefits of Dandelion and its multiples uses

Dandelion, commonly eaten in salads, is also traditionally used for its medicinal properties. The root of the dandelion has been used since ancient times to treat digestive and liver disorders, while its fresh leaves are used in detoxification cures. Nowadays, it is...

A day at the Wilde Gärtnerei

A day at the Wilde Gärtnerei

We left early in the morning and arrived by train before 8am in this timeless place of Wilde Gartnerei located in Rüdnitz, a small town of 2000 inhabitants near Bernau. The welcome was very pleasant and we quickly felt at home. We started the day with a circle, where...

Interview with Julia, founder of Daheim Manufaktur

Interview with Julia, founder of Daheim Manufaktur

We met Julia in her kitchen a few weeks ago. Today she gives us her tips on how to make cleaning products with leftover fruit. Find out more about her food business in this interview. Can you tell us something about yourself and how DAHEIM MANUFAKTUR came into being....

When Spring Arrives, The Asparagus Season Begins

When Spring Arrives, The Asparagus Season Begins

Asparagus belongs to the Asparagaceae, there are 220 types of asparagus but most are not edible. It will brighten up your dishes between April and June.  Depending on the harvest, they can be green, white or purple. In fact, purple asparagus is a very young asparagus,...