Urban Cultivator Indoor Garden

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Recently making its way across various TED platforms, the recently opened “Living Produce Aisle,” is a space that creates smoothies and salads from veggies, herbs, and other micro greens directly inside that space. Created by Surrey, BC-based Urban Cultivator put their sheltered hydroponic structures to work. The sleek and useful home appliance is a high tech indoor garden used for growing a wide scope of greens. Perfect for chefs and restaurants, the appliance works similar to a dishwasher by being linked to electricity and water as its internal mainframe controls the preset air circulation, lighting, and watering for the prime growth of your choice.

Beginning as a way to grow fresh food for family due to issues with food allergies, the founder of Indoor Garden explains the best way to guarantee that vegetables and salads are truly fresh and pesticide-free is to produce your own. The Urban Cultivator Residential on wheels is now available for roughly $2500, as well as the built-in version starting cost. Check out their website to purchase and view more.

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