Mike Chino

LabBox: The World's Smallest Hydroponic Gardening System

by , 08/24/10
filed under: Gardening

sustainable design, green design, green gardening, hydroponic gardening, micro grow, pocket grow, led

Gardening indoors can be tricky – especially when growing plants that require carefully controlled environments with lots of light. Enter Pocket Grow’s LabBox, a high-tech planter that is being billed as the world’s smallest automatic hydroponic system on the market. This fully-contained terrarium uses an automatic drip irrigation system and high-intensity, energy-efficient LED lights to keep your plants healthy. Plus, the trippy purple glow will look great against your black light posters.

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  1. "Growing Cities" Transf... November 16, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    [...] seen Farm Fountains, and the idea of fish-waste-into-fertilizer has inspired many a green design. But Growing Cities is on a mission to grow crops in every corner and nook of available urban space [...]

  2. stumbledore August 25, 2010 at 1:24 am

    when will one be able to purchase a lab box grower?

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