Urban growers of Singapore
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Converting an ornamental garden into an edible one, with low fuss edibles: chives, watercress, cilantro, lemongrass and tomato. We are heartened by how much Singaporeans value growing their own food! Tell us what you are currently growing in the comments below:
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Another benefit of using our coco cups when seeding, is that unlike plastic trays, you never have to disrupt the roots of your seedlings 🌱 Check out this video we made about all the other benefits.
Grow Your Own Okras
Here's a handy guide to growing your own Ladies Finger. Tiny space friendly and perfect for beginners!
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Wondering how and when to apply pest control? Check out Jarius, 12 carefully applying pure neem to his plants. Learn more about the benefits of this natural product here.
This is one of the largest Papayas harvested on our farm. It comes from a dwarf papaya tree and its seeds were sourced from an island called Rodrigues.
Can you guess its weight?
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8 kg
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Check out some of the delicious organic veggies we grow. Tell us what veggies you would like us to add in your next starter kit, in the comments below.
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Grow Arugula for a never ending supply of salad leaves
(Tastes best when picked young!)

We wrote a handy guide for you:
https://medium.com/farmcity/grow-arugula-for-a-never-ending-supply-of-salad-leaves-218995e4c7a5

Happy growing on!
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Living in high-rise Singapore needn’t stop you from taking up the urban farming. #corridorfarming #sgresiliencegarden
[Event] Soil has been termed as our life support system, soil provides anchorage for roots, it holds water and nutrients to grow our food, and it is an ecosystem for microorganisms and microscopic animals.
Sign up for this 30-min this talk by experienced compost maker Gauri as she talks about the importance of soil and how it impacts everything from your gut health to the climate. https://www.eventbrite.sg/e/why-is-soil-important-by-the-green-collective-tickets-146881206643?aff=ebdssbdestsearch