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Welsh green-tech firm launches climate controlled mini greenhouses

Harvst is a green-tech startup in Cardigan, West Wales. They have now launched a new range of climate-controlled mini-greenhouses for anyone who wants to grow greens, herbs, and salads at home, all of the time.

The new range comes as the UK continues to face supply chain issues with their food supply, with Harvst saying that growing our own produce is a skill that has largely been lost within the UK. Sprout is suitable for growing plants in soil, using hydroponics, or for microgreens with the ability to overcome the changing climate of seasons to grow all year round.

The range; ‘Sprout’, comes in four sizes; their smallest model (S6) is comparable to an under-counter dishwasher while the largest (S24) is similar in size to a tall double fridge – making Sprout suitable for indoor or outdoor use on a balcony or in the garden.

Built-in automatic irrigation is ideal for gardeners who work away from home or have limited time. The watering program responds to environmental changes, ensuring that plants don’t wilt on hot days or get over watered when it’s cool. Soil moisture sensors are available as an optional extra.

The smart control system is controlled using the Harvst web app, which can be managed and monitored from anywhere.  To help grow plants throughout winter, the 4-season models feature LED grow lights, ventilation, and heating.

Read the complete article at www.businessnewswales.com.


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