Our Produce

Take a look at what we're growing at our development plantation, and get answers to the question "What the heck is a cultivar?".

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What is Oxyfertigation?

In short, it's our process that infuses extra oxygen into our water and plants to grow better, and more nutritious, vegetables. It's not magic. It's just science!

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Do you have a burning question? Want to come take a tour? Want to join our local growing family? Get in touch with us!

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Fresh Vegetables - Anytime. Anywhere.

Why get your vegetables from thousands of miles away, when our salads come fresh from our local farms?

Latest Posts

Indoor Vertical Farming Is Making Headlines Again!

We’ve had some nice local media exposure about our two Indoor Vertical Farms running as Social Enterprises. One farm will provide organic, local, gourmet Ready-To-Eat Salads sold in retail facilities. The other will provide fresh, healthy vegetables economically disadvantaged communities within Windsor for free or low cost. To see the complete article and video coverage […]

Indoor Vertical Farming Technology

The first thing is to differentiate between home gardening and commercial designed systems. For the home you can build your own, or buy something like a Tower Garden. Commercial systems are in a shipping container or in a warehouse. Light is provided by LEDs to simulate sunshine. Every company selects its own colour (spectrum). A […]

Local Grown Salads Featured at Bioenterprise Impact Event

Local Grown Salads is proud to have been featured at showcase event for Bioenterprise Corporation seed funding recipients, on October 10th in Guelph, Ontario. Held at Cutten Fields, the non-profit agricultural business accelerator’s event gave Local Grown Salads and the 14 other recipients the opportunity to highlight the achievements made thanks to the funding they […]

The Cost Of Vegetables

Do you know that the farmer makes about $0.10 on each $1.00 of the vegetables that you buy? They don’t get rich, they love what they do. The retailer makes about $0.30 – $0.50 on the $1.00. Before you scream “Unreasonable profits!!!” There are a few things to consider. Retailers have to throw bad, bruised […]