First Nation Growers Fresh Foods Garden Farm Systems are a perfect way to ensure that there is ongoing, consistent access to year-round, fresh produce greens. This saves money on costly, natural, pesticide and herbicide free, fresh produce greens, vegetables, fruit, herbs and other indigenous traditional medicines.
First Nation Growers Fresh Foods Garden Farm Systems are a perfect way to circumvent the high costs of grocery store shopping or provide products for your local community garden farmer’s market. The systems caters to vegetarians and concerned healthy fresh produce customers. The Garden Farm System is perfect and affordable for both large commercial community garden farms and or smaller residential use, where each system can be tailored to meet individual and or your community needs.
FNG Garden Fresh Foods Farm Systems are each capable of producing over 1,000 plants per month at a fraction of the energy cost of a typical greenhouse and or farms. Each unit produces the equivalent fresh produce of 1 acre of land at a fraction of the time and costs of a traditional outdoor farm.
Natural, tasty, nutritionally rich, fresh produce, vegetables, fruit and or herbs can often be on your plate the very same day you harvest and can produce many more fresh produce greens than you can imagine.
Fresh Produce Cost Example
Keeping in mind, fresh produce is produced within the community at a fraction of the cost that indigenous and inuit families are being asked to pay for today.
For example, one head of lettuce today, that is currently shipped to a community, frankly is not fresh and may be as old as 7 to 12 shipping days alone, carries a cost of sometimes between $15.00 to $25.00 per head of lettuce. The same head of lettuce can be grown and produced within the community itself by community members for less than $1.25 per head of lettuce in production costs, regardless of indigenous and Inuit community remoteness, “year round”.
Fresh Produce Examples with Project Monthly Quantities (Approximate)
Kale – 45 pounds per month Strawberry – 110-150 pounds per month
Yellow Beans – 55 pounds per month Green Beans – 60 pounds per month
Chives – 600 bunches a month Oregano – 7 pounds every six weeks
Basil – 60-100 pounds a month based on what type of basil Rosemary – 65 pounds per month
(Dwarf) Dill – 240 plants/machine per month. Coriander/Cilantro – 1 pd per month
Kohl Rabi – 65 pounds per month Thyme – 25 pounds per month
Mint – 100 pounds per crop Spinach – 100 pounds per month
Garlic – 2 – 4 pounds a month Parsley – 80 pounds a month
Lettuce – 180 heads of lettuce per crop Tomatoes – 100 pounds a month
Green/Yellow/Red Peppers – 800 peppers per crop Jalapeños – 5000 peppers per crop
Green onions – 100 pounds per crop Swiss Chard – 180 heads per crop
Radicchio – 180 plants per 2 months