We all wanted to be healthy and happy, and eat food that are safe from harmful pesticides

Safe food sometimes can be quite expensive - that is the reason why sometimes organic produce in supermarkets can be more expensive than non-organic ones.
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While you can still buy vegetables from the market, why not explore growing your own?

It is totally possible to grow leafy vegetables in Singapore, both larger scale in Urban Farms, as well as right at home in your balcony / common corridor!

See examples below of Vegetables grown right in Singapore by our local growers!

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This shows that the amazing opportunities you have to grow your own vegetables in Singapore.
Our training course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to know which types of leafy vegetables are suitable for our warm climate.
You will discover what soil type is suitable to grow these wonderful vegetables.

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 We will also teach you how to manage pest in your garden/farm by using an integrated approach. No more spraying of harmful pesticide!

Our courses are also filled with hands-on activities, with a good blend of theory knowledge so that you are well-equiped to start your journey as an urban farmer in Singapore.

Join in our next course on 7 Oct 2017 (Sat) to learn to grow your own vegetables. You can use your SkillsFuture credit to pay for the entire course fees of our SkillsFuture supported courses. For more information, visit the course page here.

 

The Living Centre is a leading training provider in Urban Farming and Wholistic Living and provides both Soil-based and Soil-less farming courses.

 To ensure effective transfer of knowledge and skills of growing edibles in Singapore, all our courses are designed to include an effective mix of hands-on learning activities, with supporting theory knowledge.

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Hydroponics High Tech growing is gaining popularity around the world, and research studies shown that hydroponically growth vegetables are equal in their sensory evaluation (taste, odor, visual quality and texture) when compared to soil based growth vegetables

 

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We have many hands-on learning activities in our hydroponics course, and one of them is you learning to transplant hydroponics seedlings!

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We also bring you to visit and learn from a local hydroponics farm to see how they grow healthy leafy vegetables (which they also sell to Singapore Supermarkets!)

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You will learn to understand how large scale hydroponics takes place in a farm, as well as understand how smaller scale hydroponics can take place at home!

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We will also be giving you a basic hydroponics kit which you can bring home to use!

Our upcoming course is on 30 Sept 2017 - please register here. Register early to avoid disappointment as our course fills up fast!

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