Three Spades has been growing cassava in the Burdekin region of tropical Queensland Australia for over ten years and is recognised internationally for its cassava-growing expertise and sustainable farming practices.
Over the years Three Spades has obtained invaluable assistance from world-renowned cassava specialists such as Dr Reinhardt Howeler, Dr Hernan Cebellos, Dr Sang Ki Hahn and Professor Ros Gleadow.
Unlike most food crops, cassava does not require high levels of fertiliser to achieve economic yields. Per kilogram of flour produced, our fertiliser addition rates are less than half that of other major crops from which flour is produced.
Three Spades does not use any pesticides in its farming operation and all organic by-products are composted and returned to the field.
Due to the unprecedented demand for our flour, Three Spades has partnered with one of Thailand's most reputable cassava processors. Three Spades ensures its partner adheres to our stringent standards of production and quality.