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Rotary Indoor Hydroponic Garden

 

 

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If you can grow food in a spacecraft, you can do so in the confines of a small urban space. Developed by NASA and readapted by Italian studio, Design Libero, the Green Wheel is rotary hydroponic system concept created to grow a constant supply of fresh herbs and produce without soil in a space vehicle.

 

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Big Space Benefits in a Small Space
The ecofriendly Green Wheel offers many of the benefits of a traditional garden but can be placed on a small shelf and provides a large growing area to cultivate more plants. A light source in the center of the wheel, close to the plants, contend the designers, helps reduce lighting consumption in contrast to traditional garden lighting.

 

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Sleek and Smart
With a sleek design reminiscent of Apple products, the planter’s outer solid case hides the engine which rotates the plants, a water reservoir, and a pump for automatic plant irrigation. Containers, which contain coco fiber to provide support for the plant and its roots, are placed inside the perforated inner wheel. Employing a simple app with a smartphone or tablet, one can manage the amount of light, control the temperature, and check the water level.

 

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We’ve written before about sleekly designed, smart and automated growing devises like the Biome terrarium, which also uses smartphone technology to manage its climate, water, and nutrients. What do you think?

 

 

 

 

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