Poland-based Verdeat is set to launch a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter this month for its automated hydroponic indoor garden that will allow one to grow fresh vegetables and herbs without much effort.
With built-in lighting and irrigation solution, the planter is designed to be self-sufficient. You’ll just need to add water, seeds and required nutrients, and check the plant’s growth process on a companion mobile app.
Verdeat is an app-controlled hydroponic garden which is self-sustainable for 1-3 weeks. The cylindrical planter comprises different sized modular plates to grow seeds, sprouts and/or an entire potted plant.
The hydroponic garden touts to grow 76 different types of organic vegetables and herbs indoors 40-percent faster than soil cultivation.
Robert Paluch, CEO and Founder informs,
Vegetables and herbs available in today’s groceries are often almost half as nutritious as their predecessors 100 years ago. That includes the amounts of minerals, protein and dietary fiber. Thanks to our solution, people can enjoy greens the way they should taste, with all the micronutrients in place, anytime they want, straight from their house.
Verdeat automated hydroponic indoor garden will be available in three different models, varying according to numbers of plate floors each accommodates. Bigger models come with a larger water tank to nurture plants for up to a week.
Whether you want a small one for your kitchen shelf or a larger planter for the living room, these models are designed to fulfill different demands.
All eco-conscious would live the fact that Verdeat is made of 95-percent recycled materials and is designed to properly utilize resources, everything from water to electricity and nutrients.
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