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Strawberries are grown at Singrow, a local farm that accelerates harvest and cuts short cultivation period of the highly demanded fruit.


SINGAPORE: Nestled in the heart of Henderson estate, a local start-up which grows strawberries indoors is expecting to yield its first harvest in September for sale.


Singrow’s technologies enable strawberries to grow at a temperature of about 28 to 30 degrees Celsius - a warmer climate than usual for strawberries – and the company aims to achieve eight to nine harvests per year. This is compared to the roughly four harvests a year on farms in Japan that grow regular strawberries.



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