The 'Foop' Keeps Users Connected to Their Growing Veggies

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 26, 2016
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Developed by AddTron Technology Inc., the 'Foop' is an hydroponic indoor vegetable garden that has been given an Internet of Things (IoT) overhaul. The cloud-monitored system is designed to keep an eye on your growing produce to ensure that temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration and the water level are all optimal. Additionally, it will sense to ensure the light level is appropriate for your veggies at their present stage.

The 'Foop' indoor vegetable garden looks to help streamline the hydroponics growing system to be suitable for use by anyone. Being that many consumers are looking to incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables into their diet, the 'Foop' system could be the best way to grow them from home.

The 'Foop' system is currently available on a built-to-order system with availability currently only set for Japan.