The urban agriculture movement is spreading. Whether in New York or London, more and more people choose to grow their own food in urban gardens or on their balconies and windows. And to make things easy, a team from Portugal has come up with a brilliant idea: the Noocity Growbed Urban Gardening System ($115,00).
The Growbed has a self regulating system, it’s easy to set up and, our favorite feature- it’s low maintenance. All you have to do is add water to the reservoir every 15 days, and watch how your little garden flourishes. The self-watering and self-fertilizing structure allows you to produce, process, consume, compost, store, and reuse, while growing a wide variety of fruits, veggies and herbs, anywhere. Even better, the Noocity Growbed is self-sufficient for up to 3 weeks, fixing typical problems such as excess or insufficient watering, and it consumes 80% less water than conventional cultivation systems. In a world where the industrial food system is expensive, inefficient and relies on chemicals, we should all try to reconnect with the environment to enjoy super-local produce. via