Strawberry Plant Adoption
Adopt your own strawberry plant [Limited Available]
- From 5 Singapore dollarsFrom $5
- Singrow- Chadwick
🍓Strawberry Plant Adoption Drive 🍓 We are thrilled to begin the Singrow Plant Adoption Drive today. Each has its unique name and personality, so we encourage you to select the one that captures your heart. Adoptions are exclusive available at our farm so book your timeslot now! Adoption Requirements 📸 To be eligible, take a photo of your adopted plant and tag Singrow in a post upon collection 📜 There wil be a $5 adoption fee payable before collection. Adoption is strictly limited to one plant per person. All adopters must be present for collection.
Science Park Drive, The Chadwick - Space for Rent, Singapore 118257
What are the crops being grown inside the farm?White Strawberries, Seasonal Red Strawberries, Everbearing Red Strawberries, Japanese Mustard Spinach (Komatsuna), Cherry Tomatoes
What is the temperature inside the farm?The farm is cooled to about 26 - 28°C throughout the day. Our crops have been selectively bred to be more temperature resistant than their temperate growing counterparts, allowing us to grow them at warmer temperatures.
Are your crops GMO-free?Yes! We grow 100% GMO-free, synthetic pesticide- and fertiliser-free crops. All our hydroponic inputs are natural products and SFA-approved. Our crops are a result of cross breeding various different variants of each crop to produce our current line of cultivated crops.
Why are there white spots on the leaves?The white spots are a result of applying diatomaceous earth onto the leaves. Diatomaceous earth is a naturally occurring, soft, siliceous sedimentary rock that has been crumbled into a fine white powder. It is actually derived from the fossilised remains of microalgae! It is 100% food safe and has been approved by the FDA as a natural pest control agent.
Why are there 2 types of growth lights being used?The type of light used is dependent on the crop being cultivated. Leafy greens (such as the Komatsuna and cherry tomatoes being grown) generally perform better when grown under blue light, while strawberries grow better under whitish-red light.
What are your payment methods?For Delivery: PayNow ONLY For Pick-up: Cash or PayNow