'InnoGro' is a self-sustaining ecosystem that consumers can control directly with their smartphone. In keeping with the rising popularity of urban gardening, this device provides an easy solution for growing food at home.
InnoGro is a high-tech system that turns an ordinary aquarium into a self-sustaining ecosystem simply by replacing the existing hood with a food-producing garden. The idea is that the waste created by the fish helps to feed the garden and facilitate the growth of herbs and produce. Once set up, consumers can use their smartphone to monitor water in the tank, manage equipment, track upcoming tasks and even share updates about the progress of the garden. The garden's WiFi capabilities makes it easy for users to track and control the system in order to optimize the health of their plants and fish.
InnoGro ultimately provides a convenient way for amateur gardeners to begin growing their own food.
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