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Broccoli

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This cool-season crop grows best when daytime temperatures are in the 60°F. Grow in both spring and fall, but avoid mid-summer crops as hot weather can cause premature bolting. Like spinach, can be grown in the spring or fall. In fact, you may be able to get a continual harvest throughout both seasons if you time planting correctly. A member of the cabbage family, broccoli is rich in vitamins.
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Cherry tomato

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There are all kinds of tomatoes to try – from the tiniest cherry types that are favorites with children, through to full-flavored giant beefsteak tomatoes. And tomatoes come in all kinds of colours too – red, of course, but also green and orange, even purple tomatoes or striped tomatoes. Tomato plants can be cordon varieties that need staking and tying in, bush varieties, and there are even tomato plants designed to grow in hanging baskets.
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Kale

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Brassica oleracea L. is the scientific name of the kale. The leaves grow from a central stem that elongates as it grows. Kale is a hardy biennial (it take two years to go to flower and complete its life-cycle), but it is usually grown as an annual. The leaves grow from a central stem that elongates as it grows. Kale seeds resemble those of cabbage in size, form, and color.
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Lettuce

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Cherokee lettuce is a highly nutritional Supergreen that has a crunchy, earthy, nutty flavour and tender texture. Rich in vitamin A, it is also a good source of Riboflavin, Vitamin B6, Calcium, Magnesium and Zinc.

This produce is grown in a premium high-grade Aquaponics farm with no chemical pesticides, fertilisers or soil contamination. Delivered to you fresh from Farm to Fork. We harvest our produce to order for maximum nutrition, freshness and flavor! By buying our Aquaponically grown produce, you just saved 52+ Liters of water compared to similar produce grown in soil.  Thank you for supporting Sustainable Agriculture.
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Spring onions

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Onions are a wonderful staple crop in our household, and we like to store some of our onion bulbs for 6-8 months over the winter. We eat a lot of them, and we usually plant over 200 onions each year. If you follow a few simple steps, you can harvest a large amount of high-quality onions from a small garden. Onions are such a versatile vegetable – they feature in so many recipes, so growing your own onions means you’ll always have them to hand. They are easy to grow from baby onions called sets. Although seed is available, sets are the easiest and quickest way to grow onions.