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This NASA-Inspired Indoor Garden Is Revolutionizing Hydroponic Farming at Home

This NASA-Inspired Indoor Garden Is Revolutionizing Hydroponic Farming at Home

More than ever, people want to be more self-sustainable, especially as we’re in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. Wherever you may live, whether it’s in a small city apartment or in a home with minimal lighting, you should be able to grow your own crops. The inventors of the Bace Rotofarm couldn’t agree more.

The Rotofarm is a rotating, NASA-inspired indoor garden that provides a lush garden in just 1.7 feet. It can grow a range of leafy greens, herbs, microgreens, sprouts, edible flowers, and cannabis year-round. It’s completely hydroponic and doesn’t require soil. Its circular farm bed rotates 360 degrees per hour and takes up minimal space on your kitchen countertop. This shape also allows for three times the plants than an ordinary flat garden.



Rotofarm’s app-controlled automation controls watering and lighting, which lasts several days without needing to fill up the base water reservoir. When it does need a refill, just mix your nutrients with tap water, pour it in and it’s good to go.

Rotofarm’s sleek and innovative design serves many high-tech purposes and also makes it look like an eco-friendly piece of artwork. “It marries nature and architecture in such a harmonious way,” said Toby Farmer, founder of Bace.

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