- Farm Manager Tomato Greenhouse Nursery, Tunisia
- General Manager - Farming / QLD, Australia
- Sales Manager
- Group Chief Operating Officer
- Allround Medewerker Bedrijfsbureau - Est, Nederland
- General Manager Fresh Produce Manufacturing - Tasmania (Australia)
- Head Grower - Mason City (Iowa) USA
- Integrated Crop Management (ICM) Technician - Olds (Alberta) Canada
- Hoofd Engineering - Gameren, Nederland
- Manager Operations - Gameren, Nederland
Top 5 -yesterday
- Controlling the roof cleaner remotely without damaging the foil
- Strawberry and tomato responses to light and CO2 control
- “No matter what fog system you use, a good controller is essential”
- Dutch Royal family discuss farming in India with East-West Seed
- Northern Australia: Undercover crops to be investigated
Top 5 -last week
Top 5 -last month
Columbia graduates kickstart new hydroponic bottle project
The small cylindrical device fits inside the neck of a bottle, where it creates an optimal environment for seed germination. As the plant matures its roots grow down into the bottle, allowing the plant to water itself and thereby avoiding the number 1 reason most indoor gardens don’t last long (forgetful owners!).
Unlike other grow kits on the market today that cost hundreds of dollars and come with sophisticated lights and automation – the World’s Smallest Garden is designed to be accessible for everyone. This is a gateway product intended to help newcomers into the world of urban farming. No green thumbs necessary! It will sell for between $9 and $15 in a 3-pack on Kickstarter.
Set up is simple. Just fill a bottle with water, insert the garden, and you’re ready to grow. The product will be launched on Kickstarter on May 22, in a campaign that will run for 30 days.
For more information:
Receive the daily newsletter in your email for free | Click here
Other news in this sector:
- 2019-10-14 UK: Innovation Hub for Controlled Environment Agriculture launched in Dundee
- 2019-10-11 A look inside a Brazilian vertical farm
- 2019-10-11 Laser scientists shine a light on the future of farming
- 2019-10-11 US (WI): Aquaponically-grown lettuce donated to schools
- 2019-10-11 US (VA): USDA certified indoor BioFarms open for business
- 2019-10-08 Adapter to fool-proof irrigation in vertical farming system
- 2019-10-08 Video: A look inside the vertical farming industry in Paris
- 2019-10-08 Scottish start-up looking to build dozens of vertical farms across UK
- 2019-10-07 "Vertical farming modules allow for maximum space exploitation"
- 2019-10-04 Prospects and challenges of aquaponics in Malaysia
- 2019-10-04 High-tech indoor farming seen as key to fixing Dubai’s food supply
- 2019-10-03 Forging links between urban agriculture and the climate agenda
- 2019-10-02 Ascension Island's hydroponics lab is revitalizing life on the volcanic island
- 2019-10-01 US (VA): Aquaponics program to help children and youth in need
- 2019-10-01 A look inside the vertical farm growing for Singapore Airlines
- 2019-10-01 Pakistan: A futuristic vertical farm now blooms in Karachi’s old yarn factory
- 2019-09-30 Pleas of mercy fail to save Global Aquaponics executive from prison
- 2019-09-30 Indoor ag seen as key to feeding planet
- 2019-09-27 Could duckweed be the next big vertical farm crop?
- 2019-09-26 "Urban farming is getting more and more recognition"