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Conventional Farming

Our Competive Edge

Conventional farming is renowned for over-fertilization, leading to irreversible environmental effects. In transitioning our local economy from linear to circular, Organo Gardens’ has focused on the waste-reduction of potable-water and valuable nutrients by using recirculated solutions.

Locally, heavy pesticide and herbicide use by farmers has been known to negatively affect bee popluations, with many consumers raising concerns about residual pesticide in vegetable production (Ganpat et al, 2009). Organo Gardens uses circular cultivation practices to replace harsh toxins and farm management software to provide digital solutions, to better-utilize organic pest management programs, which reduces detrimental impacts to both insects and consumers.


The Team

Where the Passion Begins

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Ash Marcus

Customer Service Lead

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Charlie McMann

Inventory Manager

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Jordan Parker

General Manager

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Taylor Quill

Customer Service Lead


Organo Gardens

Organo Garden’s Farm Management Techniques, incorporate modern manufacturing, which provide opportunities for professional career paths, simultaneously contributing to national food security.
we are committed to developing methods that minimize the wastage associated with Conventional Crop Production, that lead to the wastage and Environmental Pollution. So, whether by innovating with Modern Growing Techniques, better seeds, more effective & less harsh pesticides, or more efficient ways to irrigate & fertigate without losing as much plant nutrients or potable water. Or with Soilless cultivation, where farmers can increase their crop yields per square footage, with more pest resistant crops, or cultivate crops in places that have been traditionally off-limits.



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