The Japan-based home building company Daiwa House has released its 'Compact Hydroponics Container' technology to the public. The small cube is meant to act like a miniature farm, and is being deliberately sold to restaurants, hospitals and hospitality hubs.
The excessive amount of crops that can be produced by way of the Compact Hydroponics Container are ill-suited for the needs of small or even large families. Its promised output of 10,000 bushels of lettuce per year would only be appropriate for members of the food industry.
While it is true that the Compact Hydroponics Container is air-conditioned, solar powered and self-fertilized, its biggest selling point is its size. It can be stored in a small parking space if need be, making it an economical and easy to store business purchase.
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