Replantable co-founders Alex Weiss and Ruwan Subasinghe came up with the product, which gained support in a Kickstarter campaign. It looks sort of like a tiny fridge with a glass door. Inside, is a "plant pad" that you can order from the company. You water the pad, start the grow cycle on the Nanofarm, and just wait. The plant pad is unique in that it's made of fabric and paper, and contains all the nutrient the produce needs to grow, much like soil. Unlike soil, however, the pads don't harbor insect eggs or pathogens like E. coli. Watch the video below to see it in action.
Nanofarm Is The First Appliance That Will Grow Produce For You
Gardening is a lot of work. Farming, perhaps even more so. But Replantable has come up with a product that takes all the work out of growing your own produce. Nanofarm is a food-growing appliance that claims to make growing your own produce easier and more convenient than it has ever been. It's hard to deny that claim—all you have to do is water it, press a button, and wait until the device tells you your produce is ready to harvest. Boom! Your salad is waiting.
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