Urban Cultivator In Your Indoor Garden – People who are lucky enough to live in warmer climates can keep the fresh greens coming year-round, if they plant a garden. For those of us in colder regions, however, things get a bit more challenging come winter. We can rig up indoor herb gardens on windowsills or using full-spectrum fluorescent lights, but that can sometimes get a little complicated. If you can justify its price, however, there is an alternative – the urban cultivator (prices for the consumer model start at US$2,200).
Urban cultivator is a hydroponic system that is currently in use both professionally and in personal homes.
One model is roughly the same size as a dishwasher and is set up in a similar manner, according to the site’s design specs. The seeds of the urban cultivator are 100% organic, non-GMO, and you can be sure that they were not sprayed with any nasty chemicals. By setting the perfect level of humidity and temperature, it’s as simple as adding a 100% organic food solution to be able to grow a wide range of pesticide and chemical free produce in your indoor garden.
The urban cultivator is an enclosed hydroponic system designed for continuously growing herbs and smaller vegetables indoors. You can harvest seconds before you plate, giving you access to fresh, organic microgreens and herbs all year-round. An integrated computer controls watering and light cycles, and also activates built-in fans to maintain proper humidity and air circulation. Users are required to add supplied organic fertilizer once a week, and eat the greens when they’re ready for harvest.
The urban cultivator is an automated kitchen garden for the kitchen of the future!