Gartner Callaway Opens doors to Nigeria’s first commercial vertical hydroponic city farm in the heart of Lagos in Lekki Phase 1.

Gartner Callaway partners with Union Bank of Nigeria Plc to conduct a women’s empowerment programme for 50 women teaching them about urban farming methods.

Gartner Callaway works with Manna Children’s Centre, a disabled children’s school, in engaging disabled children in weekly farm tours. The programme is aimed at exposing the children to nature and teaching them about urban farming.

Gartner Callaway participates in an OK Africa and BBC News programme showcasing choice destinations in Africa where our Urban farm was featured.

Gartner Callaway wins the Entrepreneur Africa awards 2018 for Innovation.

Gartner Callaway participates in the Nigeria Agrofood conference organized by the German Consulate in Lagos.

Gartner Callaway conducts research on growing the Carolina Reaper chili pepper in Lagos, Nigeria. The Carolina reaper is officially the Worlds Hottest Pepper as ranked by Guinness Book of World Records. It’s hot, and by hot, we mean HOT! The Carolina Reaper can top-out at 2.2 Million Scoville Heat Units. The trial which started early 2021 has been successful thus far with fast growth and good pepper production.

As part of our expansion programme we have commenced operations on our new farm in the Ibeju Lekki area of Lagos State, growing cut flowers, edible flowers and a wide range of ornamental plants.

In early 2021 we commenced construction and set-up of our 5 hectare farm in Epe town Lagos State. The farm comprises, a controlled environment hydroponic  greenhouse and large Net houses producing a wide variety of gourmet vegetables and herbs.

Gartner Callaway participates and helps organize the Abori Food System Design Summit held in Lagos at Alliance Francaise Lagos.

Gartner Callaway works with Pistachio Foods to create Nigeria’s first Indoor and rooftop hydroponic Farm set up growing leafy greens, herbs and tomatoes for Slow Lagos restaurant.

Gartner Callaway appears on September anniversary edition of Farm & Food Magazine 2018.

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