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Hyrdopod Gardening Set

Made for desks, window sills and other small spaces, the Hydropod by Brooklyn-based W&P is a five-piece hydroponic planter set made for at-home soil-free farming. The process leaves a significantly smaller footprint—using a nutrient water solvent as a food source. Made from plastic and frosted glass, the subtle design will offer a pop of color once your herbs start to bloom.
Tags: Home, Food, Gardening, Design, Office, Brooklyn, Plants, Herbs, Planters, Decor, Hydroponic, Hydropod


Produce Fresh Vegetables in The Comfort of Your Home!

When we think of growing plants, phrases such as ‘High maintenance’, ‘Unreliable’ and ‘Time consuming’ spring to mind. But this doesn’t always have to be the case… and Aspara proves this!Aspara is a smart indoor garden that encourages the growth and consumption of fresh, healthy vegetables and herbs! Remembering to water the plants is a thing of the past; a scaled-down hydroponics farm system has been neatly integrated into the design, allowing for a reduced amount of wasted water, a faster pl...
Tags: Deals, Garden, Gadgets, Design, Product Design, Hydroponic, Aspara, Julian Bowerman, Julian BowermanClick


Smart Garden 6

Designed for soil-free use, this hydroponic smart garden from Plantui can grow up to six plants at a time with autonomy and ease. The 18 lights tucked into the device’s lid fuel the plants’ germination and growth all year. The only work to be done is to add water to the chamber and adjust the lamp’s height as the plants grow. From first breach to …
Tags: Gardening, Design, Plants, Herbs, Gardens, Hydroponic, Finnish design, Smart Garden, Plantui, Smart Gardens


Hydroponic gardens and a mini mountain promote fun and well-being in this creative office

A running track, elevated hydroponic gardens and a miniature “mountain” combine in this fun, new office headquarters for the non-profit Leping Foundation in Beijing, China. Designed by the prolific local design practice People’s Architecture Office (PAO), the mostly open-plan office landscape was created to foster health and wellness. Covering an area of 1,100 square meters, the Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation Headquarters unites four of the company’s departments with a suspended vegetate...
Tags: Design, China, Beijing, Air Pollution, Gallery, Carousel Showcase, Air Purification, Office Space, Beijing China, Indoor Air Quality, Pao, Hydroponic, Office Design, Air Filtration, Open-plan Office, People 's Architecture Office PAO


World's Smallest Garden lets you recycle old bottles into adorable hydroponic planters

You can always recycle an old wine bottle, but what if you could transform it into a tiny garden instead? Urban Leaf empowers people to grow food at home with the World’s Smallest Garden, which transforms used bottles into planters. It takes minutes to put together one of the mini gardens, which can grow greens and herbs year-round – and you can snag one on the cheap right now on Kickstarter. The World’s Smallest Garden is comprised of a 3D-printed cylindrical device, or plug, that fits right...
Tags: Food, Garden, Gardening, Design, News, World, Gallery, Agriculture, Kickstarter, Plants, Sustainable Food, Gardens, Carousel Showcase, Inhabitat, Botanical, Gardening And Plants


MIT's "food computers produce reliable crops anywhere

Hunger is an ugly social menace we would love to see resolved. It looks like MIT researchers may be getting close with their new "Food Computers”. Advanced greenhouses that use software to control for climate, energy, and nutrients, MIT's new system is designed to produce reliable crops just about anywhere. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iI56tVuDGcY Caleb Harper is the director of MIT’s Open Agricultural Initiative, a program he began after witnessing the agricultural devastation surrounding ...
Tags: Gardening, Design, News, Mit, Food Security, Harper, Greenhouse, Gardening And Plants, Fukushima Japan, Caleb Harper, Hydroponic, Open Agriculture Initiative


Arctic town grows fresh produce in shipping container vertical garden

In Kotzebue, Alaska, temperatures can plunge to 60 degrees below zero, making crisp, local produce difficult to obtain. And when vegetables do make it to grocery store shelves from other parts of the world, they're incredibly expensive even though they may have been picked two or three weeks prior. So Kikiktagruk Inupiat Corporation (KIC) is trying a fresh approach: hydroponically growing produce in shipping containers. KIC started subsidiary company to provide fresh produce to Kotzebue res...
Tags: Design, News, Canada, Alaska, Agriculture, Arctic, Shipping Containers, Local Produce, Ac, Anchorage, KIC, Shipping Container, Kotzebue Alaska, Kotzebue, Will Anderson, Hydroponic


OCGS .:|:. Growstone GS-1 Hydroponic - 1.5 cu ft (campbell) $25

GROWSTONES Growstone GS-1 Hydroponic - 1.5 cu ft ~ $25 Growstone GS-2 Soil Aerator - 1.5 cu ft ~ $25 ================================= GROWSTONE GS-1 HYDROPONIC *Growstone GS-1 Hydroponic Substrate is the perfect growing media for use in hydropo [...]
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Pop-up shipping container farm puts a full acre of lettuce in your backyard

What if you'd love to start a farm but you live in the middle of a city with no access to arable land? A new rentable product called the CropBox packs a fully-installed hydroponic greenhouse full of delicious plants inside a 320 square foot shipping container that easily fits in a backyard. Thanks to the efficiency of hydroponics and the tight CropBox setup, with stacked rows of hydroponic plants, a full acre of lettuce (2200 sf) can fit inside this 320 sf shipping container footprint. This...
Tags: Design, Gallery, Innovation, Agriculture, Sustainable Farming, Sustainable Food, Urban Farming, Carousel Showcase, Sustainable Design, Nature / Environment, Reader Submitted Content, Cargotecture, Gardening And Plants, Williamson, Hydroponic, Hydroponics


Pop-up shipping container farm allow you to rent a mini farm for anywhere

What if you'd love to start a farm but you live in the middle of a city with no access to arable land? With a new product called CropBox, you can now rent a fully-installed hydroponic greenhouse full of delicious plants, all tucked inside a 320 square foot shipping container that easily fits in a backyard. Thanks to the efficiency of hydroponics and the tight CropBox setup, with stacked rows of hydroponic plants, a full acre of lettuce (2200 sf) can fit inside this 320 sf shipping container f...
Tags: Design, Innovation, Agriculture, Sustainable Farming, Sustainable Food, Urban Farming, Sustainable Design, Nature / Environment, Reader Submitted Content, Cargotecture, Gardening And Plants, Williamson, Hydroponic, Hydroponics


Pop-up shipping container farm allows you to rent a mini farm for anywhere

What if you'd love to start a farm but you live in the middle of a city with no access to arable land? With a new product called CropBox, you can now rent a fully-installed hydroponic greenhouse full of delicious plants, all tucked inside a 320 square foot shipping container that easily fits in a backyard. Thanks to the efficiency of hydroponics and the tight CropBox setup, with stacked rows of hydroponic plants, a full acre of lettuce (2200 sf) can fit inside this 320 sf shipping container f...
Tags: Design, Innovation, Agriculture, Sustainable Farming, Sustainable Food, Urban Farming, Sustainable Design, Nature / Environment, Reader Submitted Content, Cargotecture, Gardening And Plants, Williamson, Hydroponic, Hydroponics


Set it and forget it: Gro.io is a hydroponic plant system for your weed

Now, one hydroponic solution is making the weed growing business easier than ever. Meet Gro.io, self-described as "the world’s most intelligent hydroponics system." The only thing this system won't do is smoke the finished product. The post Set it and forget it: Gro.io is a hydroponic plant system for your weed appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Internet Of Things, Weed, Trends, Hydroponic


Too lazy to grow weed? Let the internet of things do it for you with Gro.io

Now, one hydroponic solution is making the weed growing business easier than ever. Meet Gro.io, self-described as "the world’s most intelligent hydroponics system." The only thing this system won't do is smoke the finished product. The post Too lazy to grow weed? Let the internet of things do it for you with Gro.io appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Internet Of Things, Weed, Trends, Hydroponic


IKEA's Space10 is working on on-site hydroponic farms for restaurants

Using LED lights from the IKEA RYDDA/VÄXER hydroponic garden, which will be available in the US next year, along with some good old classic shelves and plastic bins, Space10 has created a farm in a tiny basement room of their studio in Copenhagen. Over 80 percent of the supplies to create the farm came straight from IKEA, hacked to suit the purpose, of course. The entire project shows how technology and nature can combine to create a sustainable future - from the sounds of birds chirping, whic...
Tags: Design, US, Agriculture, Ikea, Sustainable Farming, Sustainable Food, Copenhagen, Clean Tech, Urban Farming, Carousel Showcase, Vegetarian, Sustainable Eating, Indoor Farming, Gardening And Plants, Farm To Table, Carla


Everblume puts your garden in a fridge, and it works

Everblume is a clever concept that takes hydroponic growing and makes it easier, smarter and on a larger scale than many indoor gardens. It combines LED lighting with smartphone integration, for a unique package that fits in your kitchen. The post Everblume puts your garden in a fridge, and it works appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Gardening, Trends, Health & Fitness, Cool Tech, Hydroponic


Edible tech: This home garden will soothe city dwellers’ urban blues

If urban living's got you down, you may be able to introduce a little greenery to your kitchen with Foop, a hydroponic garden that lets you bring the benefits of a farmer's market to your home. The post Edible tech: This home garden will soothe city dwellers’ urban blues appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Garden, Trends, Hydroponic, Foop


Sustainable Alliances: 5 Questions with Caterpillar Sr. Tech Pro Mark Kelly

Caterpillar is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. With 2015 sales and revenues of $47 billion, the industrial giant is turning its attention to sustainable alliances. Caterpillar is using the waste products of its combined heat and power cogeneration facility in Mossville, Illinois, to power SunSelect Produce‘s premium greenhouse-grown vegetables. Subject to regulatory ap...
Tags: Energy, Europe, Sustainability, Power, Waste, Corporate Citizenship, Greenhouse, Caterpillar, Kelly, Caterpillar Inc, Mark Kelly, BrandSpeak, Hydroponic, brand leader Q&A, Five Questions, Brands With A Cause


Buy: Ambienta Plant Lamp

The mushroom-shaped Ambienta lamp has two settings (grow light and ambient light) and, like a paint palette, has compartments for six plants. Seagreenlife's soil-free plants grow on water, nutrients and a hydroponic growth medium located at the base...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Plants, Benevolent_green, Indoorplants, Lamps, Growlights, Indoorgardens, Urbangardening, Hydroponic, Danielpouzet, Ambienta Plant Lamp