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6 tons of annual production

Hong Kong hybrid farming project opens its doors

"Our goal is ambitious, producing 6 tons of crops annually in an urban setting. CANNA's innovative products are crucial in achieving this, especially the CANNA Aqua line, which simplifies the growing process while ensuring consistent, high-quality plant development on hydroponic systems," Him Chan, Operations Manager of the project says.

Him Chan

Star Properties launched "After The Rain" (ATR) condos, an urban ag initiative within its newest residential developments, which integrates sustainable living with advanced agricultural technologies, offering residents the freshness and sustainability of farm-to-table produce right at home.

All involved parties pictured at the opening with Him Chan in the middle

CANNA collaboration
The ATR urban farm, set within the residential clubhouse comprises two growing areas, one cultivating fruiting crops such as strawberries, cucumbers, and tomatoes, utilizing CANNA coco substrates and drip irrigation systems.

Cucumber and tomato plants in the indoor growing area

The second area features a vertical garden tailored for herbs and leafy greens, equipped with CANNA Aqua Vega nutrients. "These products are specifically chosen for their quality and effectiveness in enhancing plant growth and productivity," Him commented.

The growing towers pictured in the outside area

The produce

Him highlighted the promising results with Canna's substrate "which has proven to double the flowering rate of tomato plants, significantly enhancing both yield and quality." The harvested crops are refrigerated for residents to purchase on a subscription plan weekly, enjoying farm-to-table freshness right next door.

For more information:
Rita Wong, Business Development
[email protected]