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Grow your own food

Grow your own delicious food with Remo Nutrients

Many Canadians are becoming less dependent on grocery stores and turning their backyards into sustainable gardens. Grow a bumper crop, and be the talk of your neighbourhood, with the help of Remo Nutrients! 

Remo Nutrients are ideal for semi-rigid stalk plants that are flexible but sturdy herbaceous plants. "Herbaceous" refers to a type of plant that has non-woody stems. These plants are generally soft, green, and flexible.

Here is a list of herbaceous plants that work well with the Remo Nutrients system. Ask your local garden centre for available plants, or seeds, that are of the perennial species, this will help your garden be more lush and full the following season as you will have more mature plants every year.


Tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, asparagus, celery, rhubarb, cabbage, brussels sprouts, kohlrabi, cucumbers, zucchinis, pumpkins, squashes, watermelons, gourds, radishes, broccoli. 


Corn, wheat, barely, oats, sorghum, millet, rye. 


Beans, peas, soybeans, edamame.

Leafy Greens:

Spinach, lettuce, kale, chard, micro greens.

Fruit Plants

Berries: Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries.

Other Small Fruits: Gooseberries, currants.


Hops, cannabis, hemp


Since the Kellogg’s boycott, there are many video tutorials on how to make your favourite cereals and crackers with grain. It’s surprisingly easy and much more healthy!

There was a study done on how sustainable neighbourhoods began with a few households raising 3 chickens each.


If you have any questions on growing your first garden using Remo Nutrients, email us here. We would love to help everyone become more sustainable and grow their own food!

Using Remo Nutrients in a backyard vegetable garden for a bumper crop



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