Being in a land-scarce country like Singapore, it is easy to overlook that this concrete jungle also has some farms! Looking for locally-grown fresh produce in Singapore? What’s more, these produce are grown without soil, and some of these farms also supply to our local major supermarket chains in Singapore! In this article, we will share a list of hydroponics farms in Singapore.
Hydroponics Farms in Singapore
Dubbed as the world’s first low carbon, hydraulic driven vertical farm, Sky Greens is indeed the future of urban farming. Sky Greens conduct a 1-hour farm tour that covers various topics on agriculture, and the future of farming. You’ll also get a tour to see Singapore’s first organic and carbon zero vertical farming system!
Address: 200 Lim Chu Kang Lane 3, 718804
Started in 2012, Citizen Farm has been constructing urban farming systems for various corporations like schools, hotels and restaurants. Citizen farm utilizes a farming technique called “Aquaponics”, which is a combination of urban farming methods- hydroponics and aquaculture to grow fresh leafy greens and rear fishes at the same time.
Note: Citizen Farm is not open to the public except during tours, workshops and volunteer sessions.
Address: 60 Jln Penjara, Singapore 149375
Unlike any other hydroponics farms that are based outdoors, Artisan Green’s operations are based indoors as their fresh produce are grown using controlled environment techniques, which can only be done in a lab-setting!
Address: 16 Kallang Place #04-19/20 Singapore 339156
ComCrop is no stranger to the urban farming scene in Singapore, as they are the first & only commercial rooftop farming company! ComCrop uses their own advanced hydroponics technology which uses 90% less water than traditional farming methods to grow fresh produce.
Address: 15 Woodlands Loop, Singapore 738322
Now that you have learnt a little on hydroponics, and the rising trend of ensuring food security by growing your own food, how about taking the first step of starting your own hydroponics farming at the comforts of your own home? Check out indoorGreens’ hydroponics systems – they are beginner friendly & easy to maintain.