Australian designer Malgorzata Blachnicka designed a unique farming system that allows consumers to easily grow their own superfoods in their homes.
The designer describes the creation as a kitchen appliance, with the accessibility of it making it usable for anyone wanting to bring fresh ingredients to their dishes. The farming system was simplistically dubbed 'Grow' by Malgorzata Blachnicka, a name that refers to the clarity the device offers to its users as it requires very little background knowledge to operate.
In order to use Grow, consumers just have to soak the seed blisters, assemble the parts of the device, place the blisters and use an app that lets them know when the seeds have grown to serving quality. The miniature farming system takes up little space on a counter top and creates enough useful superfood to always have handy. Photo Credits: designboom, blachnicka.eu
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