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Happy New Year from CityFarm Malaysia! It's time for us to look back once again on the 2016 best moments in CityFarm Malaysia. Summary: Launching of CityFarm Malaysia Exhibitions (Setia Eco Glades,IGEM 2016) Basic farming course for student Advanced Farming (Hydroponics) Course Speaking at Impact Hub KL Media Appearances (News Straits Times, Focus Malaysia, AiFM) Lastly, to all beloved customers, thank you for believing in us and we appreciate your continued support as we strive to bring even greater value in 2017. We look forward to working with you in the coming year. Regards,CityFarmer
We are starting a series of videos of How Tos and guidelines with the aim of equipping green horn City Farmer with knowledge to start their farming journey.
To realize CityFarm's vision - Bring simple and affordable farming system into cities with the purpose of addressing potential food crisis issue in the future. We are ready with a different range of products to help busy city citizen kick start their farming journey. City Window Farm (All inclusive beginner set) at RM9.90 City Balcony Farm at RM179.90 CityFarm Green Wall at RM499.90 Customizable Indoor/Outdoor Farming System - FREE Consultation Join us and be a city farmer now!
After months of hard work preparation our new vertical farm vertical is finally ready. This small scale controlled environment vertical farm sits in an area of just 450 sqf also serve as a show farm is capable to producing 2000 heads of lettuce every month. Most of the operations like temperature control, lighting operation, pump control are automated thus require minimum human intervention. Office/Store front view Grow room view Relaxation area with grass flooring A portion of our very first batch of greens grown in Cityfarm Malaysia. A big thank you to all who came and supported us
Lately we have gotten many enquiries from new CityFarmers wanted to try their hands on vertical farming. Here is an infographic hopefully will answer your burning questions like: How does the plan grow without soil? What do you grow your plants on? Do I need add fertilizer?