For the techie plant lover in all of us, Ikea will soon offer indoor hydroponic gardening kits. AND with the advancements in 3D printing, your custom digital designs can now be made into actual home gardening planter sets. This May, Ikea is releasing an indoor hydroponic system that will allow you to grow your own tasty lettuce and herbs, anywhere. Hydroponics simply means growing plants in water without soil. The kit was developed in collaboration with agricultural scientists in Sweden to make it as easy as possible to enjoy your little greenhouse garden. With a variety of seed options, the sprouts start in a tray atop water-absorbant plugs. Once they have matured enough, they are moved to a little bit bigger pot filled with crushed pumice. The planter comes with a built in water-level sensor to take the stress out of maintaining a steady watering routine. Light from your window can be used to grow the seedlings, or you can take advantage of the built in solar lamp. The KRYDDA/VÄXER series includes everything you need for your indoor gardening adventure. The kit will first become available for UK customers only and Ikea has yet to release any pricing details. A company called Logro Farms is on their 2nd kickstarter campaign to launch a 3D Growers collection of 3D printed planters. You can create your own unique planter from a limitless combination of shapes, sizes, colors and materials. Examples include hanging planters or even planters you can wear and take with you on the go. You can have a totally unique design based on your pictures and ideas or pick the design that matches your style. After you choose your planter(s) you then choose the seeds you want to grow. View this article and more at www.penta.tech Video Rating: / 5 […]
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