Apartment dwellers can enjoy nearly 1.5 metres of veggie patch using the Rotofarm by Bace, a countertop “rotary hydroponic” garden where plants grow more quickly.
Like all hydroponic systems, the Bace Rotofarm works without soil, instead using mess-free nutrient and water reservoirs to feed its plants.
With the addition of the rotary design, the plants turn in a full circle every hour and spend half their time in negative gravity. Bace says this accelerates their growth as much as twice over.
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