As at April 2018, the Company’s total land bank had grown to 10.63 million square metres, with a total planted area of 7.91 million square metres and more than one million trees having being planted. During 2017, over 800 tons of organic apple, pear, sour cherry and peach fruits were harvested and sold to Goknur, which was 72 per cent higher than budgeted. For 2018, the harvest is expected to increase sevenfold, as trees planted in 2016 begin to bear fruit. The Company is focused on acquiring and planting farmlands that are adjacent to each other in order to expedite revenue generation and minimise costs associated with planting. In addition, the Company continues to explore diversification through business lines that can complement its core operations of fresh fruit harvesting, such as animal livestock, poultry, fish farming and honey production.