Rotofarm : Build Your Indoor Garden Like NASA Does

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KEY POINTS
  • Rotofarm is a space-effective garden that can grow herbs and vegetables in 3x less space.
  • The award-winning design of Rotofarm is what makes it so space-efficient. It encloses 5.2 feet of flat garden space in just 1.7 feet.
  • The rotating garden makes sure that each plantation gets enough water, oxygen and nutrients and nothing in excess.

In this current time of pandemic, when nature is taking its toll on us, we realize how important it is to keep things regulated. This situation brings us to a place where we need to cater ourselves, look after ourselves very carefully because, in all our busy schedules, we tend to forget that our body needs a lot of looking after that we don’t provide it with.

This means keeping ourselves fit, both mentally and physically. Mentally; keeping our mind at peace, motivated and positive are the least things that we can do. But there are a lot of things that need to be done when we look at the physical end of health.

There are a lot of aspects when it comes to maintaining our physicality but there are two that stand out. First of all, our body needs regular exercise so that it doesn’t become stiff. By exercising alone, we can burn a lot of calories and keeping our mind at peace becomes a whole lot easier. Secondly, we need proper nutrition.

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The hardest part to acquire is the nutrition because there is a lack of quality food. Adulteration and the excessive use of chemicals make it harder for people to gain nutritional content that food offers. But if we can’t trust the farm produced food items then that doesn’t mean an end to veggies. If we cannot buy them, we can grow them.

Gardening can be hard because it needs extra attention but with Rotofarm: A Beautiful NASA-Inspired Indoor Garden, it gets as easy as breathing. Rotofarm is a space-effective garden that can grow herbs and vegetables in 3x less space. Given the space it uses, it can be referred to as the miniature of the miniature garden and when it comes to its features, there is a lot to discuss.

Problem Solved By The Product

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This magnificent creation by Bace is the perfect solution to the adulteration that comes with the farm-grown products nowadays. It can be used to grow vegetables at home and that too with much less space, water and time. It is automatic so it doesn’t take much time of yours. In short, it gives you home-grown veggies at the cost of almost nothing.

Alongside all this, Rotofarm gives benefits that lie outside the nutrition. When you grow farm vegetables on this space-effective garden it saves water like a charm. Also, there would be no need for any kind of plastic packaging for your veggies. Another benefit is that with the home-grown food, there would be less need for transportation of goods and hence, a small step towards a cleaner environment.

It can save a lot of money that is spent on expensive herbs and vegetables. Rotofarm’s fresh vegetables when once grown can be used straight away and require no refrigeration. The beautiful indoor garden takes small steps towards an eco-friendly approach and these small steps further turn into something great.

Detailed Description

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The list is endless when it comes to the features of Rotofarm. It is packed with the NASA-inspired zero-gravity technology and combines it with an energy-efficient sunlight spectrum to give you something out of the box. The benefit of the NASA-inspired tech is that every hour, Rotofarm rotates a full 360 degree which suppresses the growth-inhibiting. Due to this, there is an increase in light absorption, nutrient absorption and the proper utilization of water in every way possible. No matter how good something can be, a home-grown thing is filled with nutrients and quality.

The award-winning design of Rotofarm is what makes it so space-efficient. It encloses 5.2 feet of flat garden space in just 1.7 feet. The design is very minimalistic and sleek making it worth going anywhere. Be it your home or your office, Rotofarm fits in any scenario. Not only it is beautiful but also durable. The silicone shell around the farm bed protects it from any kind of damage.

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In the center of the farm bed is a boosted-spectrum, energy-efficient Sun+ LED light that glows and provides a powerful emission of sunlight. The infrared wavelengths of purple and red are enhanced. The light, in combination with the 24*7 moving motor, ensures that all the plants get adequate and equal amount of light. The positioning of the light causes minimal light and energy wastage. The light can be easily coordinated with the sunrise and sunset times via the app. An automated functioning of fading in and fading taken proceeds afterward.

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The water reservoir in Rotofarm is quite useful. Once filled, one need not to put any water in it for weeks to come. The rotating garden makes sure that each plantation gets enough water, oxygen and nutrients and nothing in excess. Another plus feature is that no soil is incorporated in Rotofarm. Instead, it uses biodegradable coconut fiber seed pods which is why it leaves no mess at all.

The app that comes with the Rotofarm can help you in setting day and night times, view water and nutrient levels, access tips and tricks, order more supplies such as seeds, seed pods, etc. And it also allows communication with other community members.

Plan For Launch

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The Indiegogo funding of Rotofarm ended on 9th April 2020. The product ended up with a whopping $482,157. Rotofarm reached its goal in a mere 8 minutes of the start of its campaign indicating the it’s the innovation that makes people interested. The product is set to ship in October 2020 nut due to the current pandemic situations, the deadline may be subjected to change.

Company Details

Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Bace is a biotechnology company. It consists of engineers and horticulturists that wish to bring novel tech hardware and software to fruition in such a way that the planet is not harmed. The idea for Rotofarm arose from the research by the International Society of Horticulture Science that concluded, ‘plants don’t need gravity to thrive. If anything, they love not being held down by it.’


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